9 thoughts on “ Apocalypse Dreams - Tame Impala - Lonerism (CD)

  1. Oct 05,  · While the artists of the '60s may have been limited or restricted by their gear, Tame Impala seems to be freed by it, and you can definitely tell this is 21st century music. This is the best headphone music I've heard in a long time. "Apocalypse Dreams" is a good pick as a "typical" song off of "Lonerism." If you like it, you will like it all.5/5(1).
  2. Tame Impala - Lonerism [CD] $ Free shipping. TAME IMPALA - LONERISM [DIGIPAK] NEW CD Lonerism Artist: Tame Impala Catalogue Number: Be Above It Endors Toi Apocalypse Dreams Mind Mischief Music to Walk Home By Why Won't They Talk to Me? Feels Like We Only Go Backwards Keep On Lying Seller Rating: % positive.
  3. Oct 05,  · “Apocalypse Dreams” is the 3rd track on Tame Impala’s Lonerism. Dream interpretations suggest that an “apocalypse dream” represents an Indication that you are worried about future events.
  4. A conceptual, appropriately titled dive into the nuances of introversion, Lonerism is the sophomore studio album from Australian psychedelic rock band Tame Impala.
  5. Tame Impala is one of my favorite bands (along with Dream Wife). 'Lonerism' might be their opus - their Sgt. Pepper's or Dark Side Of The Moon. This album gives so many great vibes on each listen - a cool collection of songs and sounds that puts you in a mellow, happy mood!
  6. Lonerism is the second studio album by Australian musical project Tame Impala, released on 5 October by Modular Recordings. Like the band's debut studio album, Innerspeaker (), Lonerism was written, recorded, performed, and produced by Kevin Parker, with live member Jay Watson contributing on .
  7. 11 votes, 19 comments. k members in the TameImpala community. All things relating to Tame Impala, Kevin Parker's psychedelic pop/rock musical .
  8. Tame Impala's first single, "Sundown Syndrome", was recorded at Toerag Studios in London, UK, with recording engineer Liam Watson, while the band was in the UK in March "Sundown Syndrome" was premiered by Richard Kingsmill on his "" show on Triple J on Sunday 10 May The song was released in July on vinyl, and digitally with a cover of "Remember Me" by DJ Blue Boy.

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