"That'll Flat… Git It!" is one of the best compilations of the 1950's rockabilly. Each volume contains nearly 30 songs, mostly rockabilly classics and unknown great artists.
In spite the tracks were remastered, you can hear some noise, especially in the end of the tracks. This is because many songs were taken from original vinyl singles.
Silhouette is proud to announce “The World is Flat And Other Alternative Facts”, our fifth studio album. It contains six songs with a total playing time of nearly 50 minutes. The 18 minute long epic “Symphony for a Perfect moment”, consisting of five parts, is the longest song ever written by the band. The album is unusually diverse and adventurous. While still recognizably Silhouette, this musical journey contains influences of not only the founding fathers of progressive rock, but also of contemporary, modern acts. We won’t tell you which ones, you will have to discover for yourself! What we can tell you is that this artistic evolution is obviously due to the growing influence of the younger members of the band…
Flat Earth Astronauts: "Its finally here. The debut album from Flat Earth Astronauts. Many thanks to everyone who has been directly involved with the project over the years or given me support and encouragement. What was initially supposed to be a rough demo turned out to be the most comprehensively ambitious record I've worked on. I owe a huge debt of gratitude to Patrick Cootes, Leo Benjamin and Dave O'Brien whom without, this project wouldn't be what it has become. Thank you! I hope you enjoy it. A serious amount of time, effort and passion went into its creation".