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See Through - Pseudo Echo - Autumnal Park (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. I spent the most of '05 searching for anything from Pseudo Echo and by way of information found out that their greatest hit was a remake of Lipps Inc. Funkytown in So I gave up, but that was through searching outside of my retimowitschestfet.gresfiberlitibfestcongmatanlitadi.infoinfo resource. I found this album on Amazon/5(18).
  2. Pseudo Echo’s second album came very quickly after Autumnal Park, and it is immediately obvious that this is a band who is looking for a somewhat lighter and brighter tone this time retimowitschestfet.gresfiberlitibfestcongmatanlitadi.infoinfo haunting sounds of the debut aren't absent completely, but this contains music that is more upbeat and 'light', helped by an addition of some brass, with more standard, boy-girl lyrics.
  3. INXS was at the top of the list. The track, His Eyes, also from the first album, was used in the movie, Friday the 13th: A New Beginning. Pseudo Echo had a change in membership before they released their second album. Tony Lugton was replaced with James Leigh (real name James Dingli). The groups second album was released and was also successful.
  4. Pseudo Echo albums: 1. Autumnal Park, 2. Love An Adventure, 3. Love An Adventure, 4. Race, 5. Teleporter.
  5. This is a selection of film clips, live footage & interviews that Pseudo Echo would like to share with our fans. Enjoy.
  6. Listen free to Pseudo Echo – Autumnal Park (A Beat for You, See Through and more). 10 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at retimowitschestfet.gresfiberlitibfestcongmatanlitadi.infoinfo
  7. Autumnal Park - Live. Released: ; Label: Almacantar Records /Polymod Records (AR) — Live at the Viper Room. Released: 6 June ; Label: Pseudo Echo — "—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that country.
  8. Pseudo Echo ‎– Autumnal Park. Genre: Electronic, Rock. referencing Autumnal Park, LP, Album, P This album is an 80's Australian classic in the synth pop style when pop music use to be mysterious and atmospheric, I use to watch Countdown in the 80's before I discovered Black Metal and artists like this use to fuel the feeling I once was seeking.

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