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  1. The Silent League's debut album The Orchestra, Sadly, Has Refused is the soundtrack for any indie rock fan weary of working for a living. If you're saving yourself by indulging in reveries of a better scene, look toward this post-rock/experimental symphony instead.8/
  2. Mar 08,  · Check out The Orchestra, Sadly, Has Refused [Clean] by The Silent League on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on waithersdostacharmi.anicotkateelenhalilamasettflex.co(6).
  3. Dec 15,  · I went through phases listening to The Silent League's debut album, The Orchestra, Sadly, Has Refused. Intitially, The Silent League caught me with their pop music sounds: instantly accessible and rewarding, with no work involved. My next phase was a gut reaction to the album's '70s soft rock sound, and it made me want to pitch the CD out my /5.
  4. Listening to it for the first time, I thought of the Beatles and other bands of the sixties. When I had friends listen to it, they said the same thing. But it is orginal music. The Silent League has their own unique style. I would love to see the band live. I wish them huge success and hope another album is forthcoming/5(6).
  5. The Orchestra, Sadly, Has Refused, an album by The Silent League on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  6. Check out Hey You Hurray [Clean] by The Silent League on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on waithersdostacharmi.anicotkateelenhalilamasettflex.co
  7. Jul 05,  · The Silent League; The Orchestra, Sadly, Has Refused the more personnel-heavy tracks of The Orchestra, Sadly, Has Refused draw heavily upon and you have an album that fits in quite well.
  8. 简介: by MacKenzie WilsonThe Silent League's debut album The Orchestra, Sadly, Has Refused is the soundtrack for any indie rock fan weary of working for a living. If you're saving yourself by indulging in reveries of a better scene, look toward this post-rock/experimental symphony instead. Once a touring keyboardist for Mercury Rev, Justin Russo composes an .

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