Wobbler return with another fantastic slice of Norwegian progressive rock, this one titled "Rites at Dawn". Never a band to shun their influences, which include such 70's legends as Yes, The Moody Blues, Genesis, Gentle Giant, King Crimson, and Cathedral, the band take that framework and build upon it, creating music that is rich in prog rock traditions of yesteryear but at the same time all their own. Remarkable lead & backing vocal harmonies, superior musicianship, an appreciation for classic sounds of the 70's, epic songs, a warm & inviting production, all these things are what makes "Rites at Dawn" a truly great album.
Wobbler is a Norwegian old-school prog/symph rock band in the vein of PFM, (early) Genesis, Änglagård, King Crimson, Gentle Giant and so on. Lots of mellotrons, moog, hammond organ and other analog keyboards (no midi or modern equiment). This is their second album, released in 2009.
Finally available on CD again! This is Wobbler's debut album originally released in 2005. The album has now been remixed and remastered, and has never sounded better!
The curiously named Norwegian symphonic rock act's debut album harkens back to the glory days of King Crimson, Genesis, Gentle Giant and PFM while recalling more recent underground bands like Änglagård and White Willow. Like so many of those esteemed bands, Wobbler's music is chockfull of Mellotron, analogue synthesizers, Hammond organ and intricate guitar textures.
Remixed & Revisited is a remix album by American singer and songwriter Madonna. It was released on November 24, 2003 by Maverick Records and Warner Bros. Records. The album contains four songs, in remixed form, from her 2003 ninth studio album American Life and a previously unreleased song, "Your Honesty", originally written and recorded for her 1994 sixth studio album Bedtime Stories. The other tracks included are the live performance of "Like a Virgin" and "Hollywood" on the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards—which ended with Madonna kissing co-performers Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera—and a remix of 1985 single "Into the Groove". The release peaked at number 115 on the Billboard 200 in the United States. It received mixed reviews from critics; "Your Honesty" was generally the only song to receive praise. The remix album also marked the closing release under her contract with Maverick Records.