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Crocodiles - Endless Flowers FLAC Album

Crocodiles - Endless Flowers FLAC Album
Shoegaze, Indie Rock
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    Endless Flowers
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  • Style:
    Shoegaze, Indie Rock
  • Release date:
    01 Jun 2012
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  • Size FLAC version
    1918 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1688 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1093 mb
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    Vinyl, LP, Album


1Bubblegum Trash
2Sunday (Psychic Conversation #9)
3Dark Alleys
4Endless Flowers
5My Surfing Lucifer
6No Black Clouds For Dee Dee
7You Are Forgiven
8Hung Up On A Flower
9Welcome Trouble
10Electric Death Song


Issue in a gatefold sleeve with printed lyrics. Including a download code.


  • Barcode: 4 250506 803919
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): SOU 031 LP A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): SOU 031 LP B
  • Label Code: LC20296
  • Rights Society: GEMA


Endless Flowers is the third studio album by American rock band Crocodiles. It was released in June 2012 under French Kiss Records. Endless Flowers is also the name of Croc's latest record released on 65 by Frenchkiss in the US and Souterrain Transmissions internationally. Album 2012 12 Songs. Endless Flowers. Alternative 2012. Their music may shake your body in undulating circles, but it won't let go. With caterwauling, rusty-edged guitars, distortion battling melody, and vocals surging with pop desire, this San Diego outfit bloomed from a duo Brandon Welchez and Charles Rowell to a quintet before recording Endless Flowers. Gone are the earlier electro-pop flavors, replaced with a fuller sound that's both gr. Crocodiles - Endless Flowers 2012. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Indie Rock. Songs in album Crocodiles - Endless Flowers 2012. Crocodiles - Endless Flowers. Crocodiles - Sunday Psychic Conversation 9. Crocodiles - No Black Clouds For Dee Dee. Crocodiles - Electric Death Song. Crocodiles - Hung Up On A Flower. Crocodiles - My Surfing Lucifier. Crocodiles : Endless Flowers,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Sunday Psychic Conversation. 1960s-nodding San Diego noise-pop band's third album is their best and also their most frustrating. It seems like in the past every mention of Crocodiles triggered a Jesus and Mary Chain or Echo and the Bunnymen comparison, but while I listen to the San Diego band's third album, Endless Flowers, all I keep thinking about is a Drake song. Don't get me wrong, Crocodiles still rely on bleary guitar distortion, Brandon Welchez's vocals perpetually stuck between a yawn and a sneer, sneaky pilfering of the Spector catalog, and almost nothing else, so no one will confuse Endless Flowers for, say, Crew Love. Listen free to Crocodiles Endless Flowers Endless Flowers, Picture My Face. 2 tracks 7:35. At 10 tracks, Endless Flowers gets in, does what it does best and gets out again, leaving a stunning corpse with beautiful cheek bones. Read full review