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The Little Engine Who Couldnt (Think Straight) - Bryan Scary - The Shredding Tears (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ The Little Engine Who Couldnt (Think Straight) - Bryan Scary - The Shredding Tears (CD, Album)

  1. Nijas says:
    Sep 01,  · Provided to YouTube by TuneCore Imitation of the Sky · Bryan Scary & the Shredding Tears Flight of the Knife ℗ black and greene records Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  2. Gakora says:
    Artist: Bryan Scary. Album: The Shredding Tears. Genre: Rock. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. Highlight. Review: RIFF-it. RIFF-it good. Listen while you read! You were once the only angel on the map You played upon my heartstrings 'til they snapped It's too late to .
  3. Tojadal says:
    Bryan Scary - Faintless Moody - Outlaw Lyrics. Outlaw! Take your shoes and put them by the fire - Here's a little tale my love, a man I did admire (So long ago). My greatest enemy. An out.
  4. Malagal says:
    The Shredding Tears is the debut album from the Brooklyn area indie rock artist Bryan Scary. It was released on Black and Greene Records in October Track listing "A Stab At the Sun" – "The Lessons I Learned" – "Operaland" – "The Ceiling On the Wall" – "Macedonia Hotel" –
  5. Dibei says:
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  6. Donos says:
    Birds by Bryan Scary, released 01 November 1. I Saw Birds Flocking 2. Mourning Dove Meets The Mayflower 3. Seagull 4. Royal Soil 5. Bird or Beast? 6. Birdy 7. Quick Wendy, Wake The Sparrow! 8. wren 9. Sky Loon on the Lake Universal Crane Flocking Reprise The Word.
  7. JoJogami says:
    The Shredding Tears, an Album by Bryan Scary. Released in on Black & Greene (catalog no. n/a; CD). Genres: Progressive Pop, Power Pop.
  8. Femuro says:
    As an anti-minimalist, Bryan Scary creates his own musical world using complicated layers of instrumentation, a whirring imagination, and the occasional prop. Together with his band The Shredding Tears, Scary concocts bombastic, conceptual pop songs that ring with the echoes of David Bowie, Queen, and ELO. The band is on tour promoting its latest EP, Mad Valentines, which—unlike Scary.

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