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Process Paths - Seasons of Glass album

Process Paths - Seasons of Glass album Performer: Process Paths
Title: Seasons of Glass
Style: Heavy Metal, Progressive Metal
Date of release: 2008
Size MP3: 1755 mb
Size FLAC: 1510 mb
Rating: 4.6
Format: WMA MPC VOX AC3 FLAC APE TTA

Band Name Process Paths. Album Name Seasons of Glass. Type EP. Released date 15 February 2008. Labels Roots Records. Music StyleProgressive Heavy. Members owning this album1. 1. World on the Edge. 2. Call into Question.

Band Name Process Paths. 发布日期 15 二月 2008. 乐风格Progressive Heavy. Other productions from Process Paths. Caught in the Poet's World. Albums in Progressive Heavy.

Seasons of Glass and Iron" is a 2016 fantasy story by Amal El-Mohtar. It was first published in the anthology The Starlit Wood: New Fairy Tales. Tabitha and Amira are both trapped in fairy tales: Tabitha is marching around the world until she wears out seven pairs of iron shoes in an effort to free her husband from an enchantment, while Amira sits atop a glass mountain awaiting a man to climb all the way up and claim her as his bride.

Season of Glass is a 1981 album by Yoko Ono, her first solo recording after the murder of her husband John Lennon. The album was released less than six months after Lennon's death and deals with it directly in songs such as "Goodbye Sadness" and "I Don't Know Why". Season of Glass reached on Billboard 200 Album Chart, making it Ono's highest-charting solo album to date.

1 World on the Edge 04:15. 2 Call into Question 04:21. 3 Nights in Daze 06:04.

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Tracklist

1 World on the Edge 04:15
2 Call into Question 04:21
3 Nights in Daze 06:04
4 Sirius Rising 06:33
5 Seasons of Glass 04:01

Notes

Recorded 3rd January - 13th February 2008 at Roots Records, Menden, Germany
Engineered, mixed & mastered by Nils Bonk
Produced by Nils Bonk