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  1. Zolotaur Reply

    Watch the video for I Can See Through You from The Horrors's Skying for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

  2. Tushakar Reply

    Jul 25,  · The Horrors; Skying. XL The insistent chorus and Badwan's breathy delivery on "I Can See Through You" comes off like the Psychedelic Furs run through .

  3. JoJole Reply

    Skying was the third album from The Horrors and follows the excellent Geoff Barrow-produced Primary Colours. This time they self-produced nibislicamotucnamesynchtafochea.coinfoally I wished they hadn't but check through the reviews and this was one of their most well received records as well as a commercial breakthrough from the chameleonic band.

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    Buy the CD album for £ and get the MP3 version for FREE. Does not apply to gift orders. Provided by Amazon EU Sàrl. See Terms and Conditions for important information about costs that may apply for the MP3 version in case of returns and cancellations. Complete your purchase of the CD album to save the MP3 version to your Amazon music library/5(79).

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    Album details Peak chart positions Certifications (sales thresholds) UK BEL FRA MEX NZ US; Strange House Skying "I Can See Through You" — — "Changing The Rain" — — "So Now You Know" — Luminous "I See You" — — "Machine" — — Wolf Tone: V .

  6. Telabar Reply

    Jul 11,  · I Can See Through You Lyrics: I got the church key / Moving in the night / Don't you wish you could live this lie? / I couldn't talk about / Filling up with longing / Pale horse, green eyes.

  7. JoJozil Reply

    Underneath a mass of dark hair, skinny jeans and a pouting gothic gloom, The Horrors take the stance of a zombified gang of s garage punks resurrected to save the UK music scene from a sea of indie clones. United by a love of dusty vinyl, The Cramps and all manner of obscure pre-punk guitar bands, the members of The Horrors met while DJ-ing around London and Southend and were soon being.

  8. Dadal Reply

    Skying boasts a song called “Moving Further Away,” and that’s exactly what the Horrors do on their third album. Neither a return to Strange House's goth-punk nor a simple continuation of Primary Colours' acclaimed Krautrock/shoegaze fusion, this time the band sets the dials of its way-back machine for the mid- and late ‘80s, sampling post-punk luminaries such as Echo & the Bunnymen 8/

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