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Performer: Donor
Title: Inexplicable Knowledge
Country: Netherlands
Released: 1990
Style: Heavy Metal
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.1 ✦
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Inexplicable Knowledge. Progressive Metal Donor (NL). 队列表 Progressive Metal Donor (NL) Inexplicable Knowledge. Band Name Donor (NL). Album Name Inexplicable Knowledge. 乐风格Progressive Metal.

Band Name Donor (NL). Labels Self-Released. Music StyleProgressive Metal. Members owning this album0. 2. An Invasion Somewhere. 4. They Rode by Night. 5. In the Hours of Tragedy.

Inexplicable Knowledge. More albums from Donor (2): Triangle Of The Lost by Donor (2). Release by Donor (2). View all albums . About.

extreme music, экстремальная музыка, metal, металл, grindcore, грайндкор, grind, brutal, брутал, black metal, блэк металл, doom metal, дум металл, death metal, дет метал, folk metal, pagan metal, heavy metal, хэви металл, gothic metal, готика, металл альбомы, free music, бесплатная музыка, свободный обмен музыкой, новинки, раритеты, new and rare music, music discussions, discographies, band history, дискографии, истории групп, обсуждение музыки. Tracks 1 to 5 were also re-released on the "Triangle of the Lost" CD. Crew: Danny, Andre, & Edwin. Recording information: Basic tracks recorded live at Sound Art Studio – Mijnsherenland Mixed by Menno Bakker at Banana’s, Haarlem.

The Knowledge is the fifteenth studio album, and the fourteenth album of original material, by British rock band Squeeze, released on 13 October 2017. It is the first Squeeze album to feature Yolanda Charles on bass after the departure of bassist Lucy Shaw. All tracks written by Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook. Glenn Tilbrook – vocals, guitar, keyboards. Chris Difford – vocals; guitar on 1. Yolanda Charles – bass. Stephen Large – keyboards. Simon Hanson – drums.

The Inexplicable Lyrics. I can't find the words They're taped to my back But you're not there to read No one will catch me when i Fall into old wounds again Defeatist but i know myself Better than anyone else I can't find the words. My hands turned blue I'm writing as i walk now Filled with the inexplicable Melodies that strangle me Meltdown, how rude of me We can pick at my seams But are they truly mine? My hands turned blue. Have you ever learnt to lose?

This song is by The Correspondents and appears on the album Foolishman (2017). Inexplicably high, inexplicably lowI think I know what I want but I don't know where to goAnd all the while it seems that I'm living in my dreamsAnd not in the now, noNot in the now. When I was four, I raised my finger to a moving carIt crashed, so I assumed I had a superpowerI didn't raise that finger until I was nineWhen a schoolboy attacked for the twenty-fifth time.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Pendulum
Lyrics By – Ard Van BersMusic By – Jelle Bakker
A2 An Invasion Somewhere
Lyrics By – Ard Van BersMusic By – Jelle Bakker
A3 Siren Voices
Lyrics By – Ard Van BersMusic By – Jelle Bakker
A4 They Rode By Night
Lyrics By – Daan de MooyMusic By – Jelle Bakker
B1 In The Hours Of Tragedy
Lyrics By – Edwin BuckertMusic By – Jelle Bakker
B2 Inexplicable Knowledge
Lyrics By – Ard Van Bers, Daan de MooyMusic By – Jelle Bakker
Hidden Bonus Track
B3 Hey Girlie 01:23

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Sound-Art Studio
  • Mixed At – Bananas Studios


  • Bass – Cees Van Petten
  • Drums – Toni Van Petten
  • Guitar – Bart Vreken, Jelle Bakker
  • Mixed By – Menno Bakker
  • Producer – Gerard Van Duin*
  • Vocals – Ard Van Bers


Demo #3.
Artwork with the writings in PINK color. (also exist with the writings in YELLOW color)

Recorded at Sound Art Studio-Mijnsherenland.
Mixed at Banana's, Haarlem, Octomber 1990.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Donor Inexplicable Knowledge ‎(Cass, Dem) Not On Label (Donor Self-released) none Netherlands 1990