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  1. Amusement Parks on Fire discography and songs: Music profile for Amusement Parks on Fire, formed Genres: Shoegaze, Indie Rock, Dream Pop. Albums include Return the Gift, All the New Ends, and Warm & Scratchy.
  2. Album Amusement Parks on Fire. Venus in Cancer Lyrics. Girl in the phone-box Eighty Eight 4. Wiper 5. Venosa 6. Asphalt (Interlude).
  3. ‘Ethereal guitar band‘ Amusement Parks On Fire first came to prominence in with the release of the eponymous debut album, conceived and consummated by the then-adolescent founder Michael Feerick and phonically actualised on a shoestring.
  4. Amusement Parks On Fire - Live at Borderline, London, UK 25/11/ In Flight Flashlight Planetarium Raphael Venus In Cancer Amusement Parks On Fire.
  5. Amusement Parks on Fire Artist Overview Albums. Digital Music. Top Albums Out of the Angeles Amusement Parks on Fire. CD: $ Amusement Parks on Fir Amusement Parks on Fire. Road Eyes AMUSEMENT PARKS ON FIRE. CD: $ Eighty Eight on Amusement Parks On Fire. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart.
  6. In addition to the second album Out Of The Angeles, the band released a series of limited edition 12" EPs — the first of which, Blackout was released in late , In Flight in September and A Star Is Born on 2 April which, according to a Rough Trade review, showcased "other dimensions to Amusement Parks On Fire's otherworldly sound Genres: Experimental rock, art rock, shoegazing.
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  8. This song is by Amusement Parks on Fire and appears on the album Amusement Parks on Fire () and on the EP Venosa/Eighty Eight (). You must enable javascript to view this page. This is a requirement of our licensing agreement with music Gracenote. At the speed of light.
  9. Jan 01,  · Amusement Parks on Fire calls to mind Hum's breakthrough CD, You'd Prefer an Astronaut, only smarter, more atmospheric, and with haunting piano bits. In a year of fake New Wave nostalgia and fake garage-punk bands, this record is a godsend/5(6).

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