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Wide Open Spaces - Tiny Empires - Weird Headspace (Vinyl)

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  1. Apr 15,  · “Wide Open Spaces” is the broad, building opener that eerily embodies its lyrics of “Move closer / to the places that you want to be / stop making excuses / just move closer to me.” The compositions are creative, but also appear to be accurately reflective of the musicians’ aesthetic moods.
  2. Tiny Empires is a massively multiplayer game that you play entirely in the HUD window in Second Life. The game is set far in the future, when the human race has spread across most of the galaxy. A devastating galactic war has ended, and the corrupt empire of old has been overthrown by a freedom-seeking rebellion force.
  3. Headspace is a great sophomore effort from Issues. This record has a lot of variety and goes all over the place in terms of the music, they've even included a country song! (Yung & Dum) Despite all of the new blends of music going on, the district R&B/Metalcore sound of Issues is still prominent/5(53).
  4. WEIRD HEADSPACE by TINY EMPIRES, released 15 April 1. Wide Open Spaces 2. What's The Plan, Phil? 3. Just Imagine 4. Tired Hearts and Livers 5. Air Conditioning, Full Blast 6.
  5. Oct 26,  · A memorial to the tremendous force or will that had created the earth and the stars.” Sloane offers the wide-open spaces of American desert as a signifier not of heroic grandeur but of the sinister unknown at a stupefying scale. The Edge of Running Water reads like a Golden Age Boris Karloff movie scripted by zippy mystery writer Frederic Brown.
  6. Dec 04,  · The empire is also a landscape of commerce that developed locally and largely eluded British control at the hands of merchants, traders, and boatmen. By the end of the American Revolution the old geography had given way to what Paulett calls an "Empire of Liberty," a space imagined by white settlers who tried to redefine the region for themselves.
  7. WEIRD HEADSPACE Although this is Tiny Empires' first release, you might recognize Eric Solomon and the members of New Bruises from the final incarnation of O Pioneers! However, the new name has given these dudes a fresh start and that new life bleeds throughout Weird Headspace.

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