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Look At Me - Mirrors (4) - Lights And Offerings (File, Album)

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  1. 20 rows · Mar 07,  · Mirrors (4) Lights And Offerings - Album Sampler Can someone offer insight into the difference between this set with 2 7" and the 4 7" version? They look the same otherwise. thanks Reply See 2 replies Notify me Helpful [m] /5(95).
  2. Greek double cd in digipack sleeve with black "MIRRORS" logo outercase. Different design to UK and EU edition. The bonus disc contains some B-side and remixes of which “Into the Heart (Greek Girls Are Not Easy Radio Mix)” is a new release/5(11).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Lights And Offerings on Discogs/5(39).
  4. Mar 07,  · This copy of the album CD "Lights And Offerings" contains a promotional sticker on the back of the Mirrors (4) Lights And Offerings Report; Can someone offer insight into the difference between this set with 2 7" and the 4 7" version? They look the same otherwise. thanks Reply See 2 replies Notify me Helpful [r]5/5(4).
  5. Cet album appelé «ligtenings and offerings» sorti en février de ce nouveau groupe de jeune anglais, les Mirrors sont fortement inspiré par notre dark age of néo-romantisme des année 80, 4 personnages bien mis, complet, costard et cravates, ce n'est pas sans rappelé très fortement à Kraftwerk dont le spectre semble être passé /5(20).
  6. Look At Me: A3: Into The Heart: B1: Write Through The Night: B2: Ways To An End: B3: Hide And Seek: C1: Notes White label vinyl test pressing for the 2LP album. Comes in plain innersleeves. Only three copies are known to exist. Other Versions (5 of 18) View All. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Mirrors (4) Lights And Offerings.
  7. Mirrors emerged in , found themselves namechecked among 's rash of Bright New Hopes, and it's taken them a full year to release their debut. Album: Mirrors, Lights and Offerings (Skint.
  8. But unlike White Lies, you won't be hearing any huge bursts of guitar from Mirrors, what they specialise in is smart emotional electro pop. Opening track 'Fear Of Drowning' demonstrates their knack for sleek Ultravox-esque vibes, while 'Look At Me' brings to mind New Order, and on 'Into The Heart' they deliver an epic electro ballad.

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