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8 thoughts on “ Sweet Bitter Sweet - The Duke Spirit - Bruiser (CD)

  1. Bruiser is the third studio album by English band The Duke Spirit. It was released in and was produced and mixed by Andrew Scheps. "Everybody's Under Your Spell" had previously been released as the lead track of the band's Kusama EP from , and "Surrender" and "Don't Wait" were released as singles with accompanying music videos.
  2. London heavyweights the Duke Spirit's third full-length studio album Bruiser contains twelve deliciously dexterous new tunes (plus four exclusive tracks for the CD release in the US only) including the band's brand new sultry single 'Don't Wait' which is currently climbing the charts around the world and about to do much the same here on North American soil.
  3. Jen o dveře dál, do té menší Lucerny, zato ale ke svému samostatnému koncertu. Od té doby, co tu The Duke Spirit hráli, vydala kapela další dvě velmi dobře přijatá alba, to poslední, s názvem Bruiser právě vychází. Skladby: Cherry Tree-- Procession-- Vilain-- Don't Wait-- Surrender-- Bodies-- De Lux-- Sweet Bitter Sweet.
  4. Feb 01,  · Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves Sweet Bitter Sweet · The Duke Spirit Bruiser ℗ Shangri-La Music LLC Composer: Liela Moss Composer: Toby Butler Auto-generated by YouTube.
  5. Jul 06,  · 'Yayoi Kusama' was also the main inspiration and lyrical focus for the song 'Sweet Bitter Sweet' on the 'Bruiser' album. 'The Duke Spirit' are now based in London.
  6. Nov 21,  · The second half kicks off with an atmospheric "De Lux", followed by the slowly developing "Sweet Bitter Sweet". "Running Fire" is, like "Procession", the most immediately accessible track on here, a straight-forward rock-pop track with good melody and hooks. The album concludes with the okay "Northbound" and the introspective "Homecoming"/5(8).
  7. The album was preceded by the Kusama EP in early , named in tribute to the Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama whose work had become an inspiration to the band during the writing of the 3rd album. Yayoi Kusama was also the main inspiration and lyrical focus for the song "Sweet Bitter Sweet" on the Bruiser album.

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