Credo : Rhetoric,álbum, crítica, lista de pistas, mp3, letras. Data de lançamento 2005. Estilo de MúsicaNeo Prog. Membros têm este álbum1.
Listen free to Credo – Rhetoric (Skintrade, Turn The Gun and more). Biography One of the unlikeliest "comebacks" of recent years saw RHETORIC by CREDO emerge in the Autumn of 2005, a full 11 years after the critically acclaimed FIELD OF VISION had been released.
Credo released their debut album - Field of Vision - in 1994, to some success in the UK and Neo Prog strongholds across Europe. The whole album was recorded and mixed in four days. Despite its acknowledged shortcomings, the songs were lyrically and melodically strong and well-received live. Finally, the Rhetoric Tour culminated in a fabulous show in Katowice, Poland that was released as a double live album and DVD - This is What We Do. With this release, Credo really consolidated their reputation as an exciting and powerful live act. Against Reason. Credo’s new album - Against Reason - was released on 11 April 2011.
Credo is the ninth studio album by The Human League, released in 2011. It was their first studio album since Secrets in 2001. It was produced by fellow Sheffield act I Monster and released on Wall of Sound. The first single from the album, "Night People" was released on 22 November 2010. Follow up single "Never Let Me Go" was released on 1 March 2011
Credo by AKITSA, released 12 October 2018 1. Siècle pastoral 2. Voies cataclysmiques 3. Le monde et ma bile 4. Espoir vassal 5. Vestiges fortifiés 6. Credo At the threshold of its 20-year anniversary, Akitsa presents Credo, the band’s most focused, furious and hypnotic album to date. Throughout its history, the band has operated unconstrained, willing, and capable of simultaneously exploring divergent paths. Credo opens with Siécle Pastoral, which begins with a driving, mid-paced riff before shifting into more tortured territory as . delivers the lyrics-actually, a poem by the 18th century French poet, Jean-Baptiste-Louis Gresset-in anguished howls.
The first CREDO album was released amongst the grunge and glam metal days of 1994, but sold well and introduced the band to a vibrant underground Prog scene, drummers and keyboard players left and Mike Varty (Landmarq, DeeExpus, Janison Edge, Shadowland & Mick Pointer’s Marillion) joined on Keys, violin and backing vocals. RHETORIC exploded onto the Prog Scene in September 2005 hittng top spot in a congested release schedule by many of the name bands
|2||Turn The Gun||6:55|
|3||From The Cradle...||7:25|
|4||...To The Grave||11:54|
|8||...To Say Goodbye||4:41|
|9||Seems Like Yesterday||5:48|
|10||Skintrade (Demo mix)||6:54|
|200509||Credo||Rhetoric (CD, Album)||F2 Music Ltd.||200509||2005|