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We're Here Because We're Here is the eighth album by the British rock band Anathema. It was released on 31 May 2010. The working title of the album was Horizons. The album was mixed by Steven Wilson of Porcupine Tree. Ville Valo of the band HIM recorded backing vocals for the song "Angels Walk Among Us". The title of the album is taken from a song of the same name that was sung in the Allied trenches of World War I to the tune of "Auld Lang Syne".
We don‘t have an album for this track yet. View all albums by this artist. A local shopgirl and songwriter named Deborah Chessler became the manager for the Vibra-Naires. The Orioles were an American R&B group, one of the earliest such vocal bands.
Album The Quiet Resistance. I am waiting I'm suffocating I can't breathe The pain stays too long Yet i linger And point my finger The hard way The urge to run is strong.
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It’s the strong emotional tones carried by an undercurrent of subtle progressive melodies. More importantly, it’s all of those elements expanded upon and delivered in a more dynamic package. Anathema has accomplished this by broadening the scope of their influences, and by not being afraid to push the BPM of their songs beyond the leisurely pace set by the previous few albums. That’s certainly not supposed to imply that the wonderfully lush atmospheres and melodies of that album are absent, because they’re not – in fact they’re back and better than ever. The difference between A Natural Disaster and this album is that these lush melodies aren’t forced to carry the bulk of each song, as seemed to be the case previously. Instead they’re integrated into the fuller musical arrangements and diversified by the various tempo changes.
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