Beehatch - Brood download album
- Performer: Beehatch
- Title: Brood
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: AU ADX WMA AIFF AHX XM AC3
- Released: 2008
- Style: Experimental, Ambient
- MP3 album: 1145 mb
- FLAC album: 1491 mb
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 189
Brood by Beehatch, released 04 November 2008 1. Edison Medicine 2. I Forgot To Mention 3. On Ideal Wings 4. Du Du Horn 5. You Read Me 6. Which One's Pink? 7. In Silence, Too Silent 8. Softly Said 9. Turkische Hasa 10. Ostalgie 11. Breaking Shit For Mark Their self-titled debut, released in April 2008, was hailed as a "killer" capable of "surpassing all trends and musical phases" and a "totally wonderful aural experience. Got it. + add. album.
Real Name: Mark Spybey, Phil Western.
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MP3. MP4. Beehatch - I forgot to mention. MP3. Beehatch - Softly Said. Beehatch - Edison Medicine. Beehatch - Which One's Pink? 4:44. Beehatch - On Ideal Wings. Beehatch - You read me. 4:37. Beehatch - Turkische Hasa. Beehatch - Du Du Horn. Download - Beehatch.
CD Album (CD + Free Audiorip). 01. Edison Medicine BEEHATCH. 02. I Forgot to Mention BEEHATCH. 03. On Ideal Wings BEEHATCH. Brood is packaged in a custom designed matte-white card sleeve format containing 4 collectible art cards featuring original artwork from Mark Spybey and Mark Nugent (Coil, Download & Elliot Sharp). Audio mastering courtesy of Frankie Pett. Brood is like the dust that blows through the evening desert.
Beehatch is a band featuring Phil Western and Mark Spybey, from respectively, British Columbia, Canada and Northumberland in the . They first worked together in the mid-nineties as members of Download. Their first self-titled debut was hailed as being capable of surpassing all trends and musical phases, and their second, Brood a totally wonderful aural experience. Most of the tracks for Oh Noh Me were built using ‘real’ instruments played by Western: bass guitar, and drums. Spybey then added words and the tracks developed into ‘composed’ songs.