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To Give Love - El Perro Del Mar - From The Valley To The Stars (CD, Album)

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  1. Gardale
    El Perro Del Mar ("The Dog of the Sea" in Spanish) is the musical project founded in Gothenburg, Sweden by its sole member, Sarah Assbring. Sites: disttechrasenceidiccopirawilittti.co, Bandcamp, MySpace, Facebook, SoundCloud, disttechrasenceidiccopirawilittti.co
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  2. Tokora
    Album. From the Valley to the Stars El Perro del Mar. Released To Give Love Lyrics. 7. Inner Island Lyrics. 8. Do Not Despair Lyrics. 9. Somebody's Baby.
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  3. Faull
    11 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about El Perro Del Mar - From The /5(25).
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  4. Vizil
    El Perro del Mar discography and songs: Music profile for El Perro del Mar, formed December Genres: Indie Pop, Twee Pop, Art Pop. Albums include El Perro del Mar, From the Valley to the Stars, and Love Is Not Pop.
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  5. Nizil
    It's El Perro del Mar! and the EP You Gotta Give to Get, in Spring and November respectively. In early , El Perro Del Mar ended the relationship with Hybris and started recording for The Concretes 's label, Licking Fingers. Her second album, titled From The Valley To The Stars, was released in Spring
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  6. Grokinos
    El Perro Del Mar music CDs Thus it is not by chance Sarah Assbring (aka Artist) chose to work with Rasmus Hagg, the other half of of the Swedish duo Studio, as a co-producer Artist's third album "Love Is Not Pop" is a conscious step away from 's "From The Valley To The Stars." The mindset is darker and the soundscape mysteriously groovy.
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  7. Vujind
    Track List Candy God Knows (You Gotta Give To Get) Party People Dog I Can't Talk About It Coming Down The Hill This Loneliness It's All Good Here Comes That Feeling Shake It Off (US Bonus track) This is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging.
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  8. Arashigal
    out of 5 stars To the stars, to give love. If I had to identity the sound of "From the Valley to the Stars," it would be a church organ possessed by the spirit of sixties folk-pop and a pint-sized orchestral section. In fact, El Perro Del Mar's latest album mostly focuses on delicate, soaring little chamberpop arrangements with a quasi 4/5(3).
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