Cynic Guru - Drugs album flac
|none||Cynic Guru||Drugs (CDr, Single, Promo)||Fat Northerner Records||none||UK||2006|
|FNRCYN001||Cynic Guru||Drugs (CDr, Single, Promo)||Fat Northerner Records||FNRCYN001||UK||Unknown|
1st single from American-Icelandic k band Cynic Guru's first cd entitled "ICELAND". Directed by Bardi Johannsson.
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On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Cynic Guru - Drugs. Photo of Cynic Guru - Drugs. More albums of Cynic Guru: Catastrophe, Secret. This album was released on the label Fat Northerner Records (catalog number none). This album was released in 2006 year. Download mp3. Length of track.
Cynic Guru is a progressive rock band fronted by classically trained violinist Roland Hartwell. Cynic Guru has had quite a history. Over the years there have been many incarnations of the band. Early Years: 1991-1996. Cynic Guru started in Los Angeles as 3-piece known as "Where Is My Hair". This featured Roland Hartwell (guitar, vocals), Stefan Örn (bass), and Steef Van Oosterhout (drums).
Profile: Members: Roland Hartwell - Vocals, Violin, Guitar Ricky Korn - Bass Oli Holm - Drums Einar Johannsson - Lead Guitar, Vocals. Iceland (CD, Album).
Cynic Guru, Reykjavík, Iceland. Richard Korn on bass, Oli Holm on drums, Roland Hartwell on everything else except special guest Gummi P on lead guitar. you just need to give yourself a kick in the ass. pull yourself up by your bootstraps. no one ever said that life was fair.
This is the 1 hit by alt/rock/prog band CYNIC GURU from 2005 in Iceland. Almost didn't air because of the drug scene with the elderly lady. This is the 1 hit by alt/rock/prog band CYNIC GURU from 2005 in Iceland.
Cynic Guru had their first UK tour in June 2006. A re-release of "Iceland" is expected by September/October 2008. Cynic Guru is currently in the studio recording their second album, (tentatively self-titled) which should be completed by early 2008. Tracks expected to be on it include "The Birthday Song", "Over", "Pretty Religion", "Remedy", and "Serpentine".
Cynic Guru (self-titled). Slated for release in 2008, Roland has said that likely tracks will include remakes of the eponymous song Cynic Guru, 3 Martinis, Psycho, Better, Serpentine, Radiation, and a new track called The Downfall of the Enemy.
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