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3...2...1... A Rocket Girl Compilation


Download links and information about 3...2...1... A Rocket Girl Compilation. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Alternative genres. It contains 27 tracks with total duration of 02:11:12 minutes.

Release date: 2011
Genre: Alternative
Tracks: 27
Duration: 02:11:12
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No. Title Length
1. A Diana's Diana (Lilys) 4:09
2. Frozen Twilight (God Is An Astronaut) 6:21
3. Dressed for Rain (The Sleeping Years) 5:35
4. No. 6 (Sam Kills Two) 5:30
5. I Know I'll See You (A Place To Bury Strangers) 4:08
6. Love Never Dies a Natural Death (Robin Guthrie) 2:32
7. Standing Still (The Brothers Movement) 3:45
8. Memories Just Wash Away (Project Skyward) 3:39
9. Setting Sun (Ulrich Schnauss Remix) (Howling Bells) 3:45
10. You're My Yoko (Television Personalities) 3:44
11. Tattoo (Peter Daltrey) 2:58
12. Rocket Girl (Kennedy Green) 3:51
13. Cold Water (Pieter Nooten) 4:41
14. I've God Them (AM [Aem]) 9:30
15. Dream (Azusa Plane) 0:46
16. The Long Goodbye (Ulrich Schnauss) 7:13
17. Maybe Next Time (Pragmatic) 3:43
18. In the Distance Fading (The Echelon Effect Remix) (God Is An Astronaut) 7:28
19. Just Out of Reach (A Place To Bury Strangers) 3:40
20. Swallowtail (Lemon'S Chair) 9:00
21. Blooth (Serena - Maneesh) 3:19
22. In the Glow (The Asteroid # 4) 5:07
23. London (Ulrich Schnauss, A Shoreline Dream) 4:33
24. Nowhere (Project Skyward Remix) (Elika) 8:12
25. Broken Heart (Robin Guthrie) 3:54
26. Blue (Pieter Nooten) 6:14
27. Bubbles and Flugelhorn (Fuxa) 3:55



England’s Rocket Girl Records delivers a stellar compilation with this 2011 offering that compiles a whopping 27 songs culled from the label’s diverse roster of tasteful indie selections. Lilys kicks off the party with “A Diana’s Diana,” a four-on-the-floor flirtation with disco that deviates from the fuzz-box heavy indie-psych the band is best known for. The beautiful guitar wash of “Frozen Twilight” finds God Is an Astronaut playing the kind of post-shoegazing instrumental-ambiance reminiscent of bygone bands like Bark Psychosis and Mogwai. Speaking of ethereal guitar instrumentals, from the first few notes of “Love Never Dies a Natural Death” it should be obvious to anyone remotely familiar with Cocteau Twins that the heavily affected delay of dream-pop guitar strumming heard here belongs to none other than the genre’s pioneer, Robin Guthrie. There’s even something for diehard fans of the Rocket Girl Records roster as the second half of the compilation abounds with previously unreleased gems starting with laptop wizard Ulrich Schnauss’ gossamer remix of Howling Bells’ “Setting Sun” and ending with the womblike warmth of Fuxa’s “Bubbles and Flugelhorn.”