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In a Coma... (edited version)
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m3uFrom the full length album 'CiRCADiAN' Words & Musik by Sködt D. McNaltyADD
Broken Like This
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m3uFrom the full length album 'CiRCADiAN' Words & Musik by Tara RiceADD
DISTRAKTid
04:47 192kbps 44.1kHz STEREO
m3uFrom the full length album 'CiRCADiAN' Words by Tara Rice Musik by Sködt D. McNaltyADD
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5thPROJEKT
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A band from Toronto, Canada. A warm, psychedelic embrace & a kiss to your 3rd eye. From etheric atmosphere to kaleidoscopic thunder, no rock is left unturned.
  • RT @TaraRiceMusic: The full moon is just behind us, leaving a sparkly sense of fresh energy & release of the old. In the spirit of that ess…
    11 hours 32 minutes ago from Twitter for iPhone
  • @cjohnson03 @sargenthouse @DrewGROF @RussianCircles @bbcbubblegutz @suicidesqueeze It was a great show!
    31 days ago from Twitter for iPhone in reply to cjohnson03
  • @4DDR43D We wrote a song inspired by the film #TheDarkCrystal, then they announced a series! What timing!… https://t.co/ZkECktrk3K
    83 days ago from Twitter Web App in reply to 4DDR43D
  • @ChaseStein_ So are we! We wrote & recorded a song inspired by #TheDarkCrystal film. A few weeks later, Netflix ann… https://t.co/8Uv9vr46Tp
    83 days ago from Twitter Web App in reply to ChaseStein_
  • @tragicsunshine @darkcrystal Beautiful illustration! Synchronously, we wrote & recorded a song about… https://t.co/CFlmX59hoQ
    83 days ago from Twitter Web App in reply to tragicsunshine
  • 5th PROJEKT

    Cinematic Rock

    Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    member since: Mar 17, 2005

    Introduction

    5th PROJEKT is an unsigned and independent band from Toronto whose sound is described as Cinematic Rock. "5th Projekt is truly in a class of their own, fusing genres on top of genres to make a sound that is easily listenable but instantly recognizable." Stephen Carradini, Independent Clauses