Thousand Yard Stare are an English band from Slough, Berkshire, active during the early 1990s, prior to the Britpop explosion.
Sites: thousandyardstare. White Label EP (12", S/Sided, Promo). Stifled Aardvark Records.
Music By – Thousand Yard Stare. Photography By – Kirsten Waite. Photography By – Julian Boss. Producer – Stephen Street (tracks: A1 to B6). Rhythm Guitar – Kevin Moxon. Vocals – Stephen Barnes. Written-By – Thousand Yard Stare. Album: Recorded at Surrey Sound Studios in Leatherhead, England in the Autumn of 1991.
Thousand Yard Stare (album). The album marked the departure of founding bassist Andrew Dyer, who was replaced by longtime sound engineer Teddy Cleaver Melbourne's Herald Sun noted the album abandoned the two-guitars approach in favour of cheap synthesisers and broadened the band's rock base to encompass disco and eletro-funk
Thousand Yard Stare EP. No, Really. You know' I've been listening to this superb album, thinking: this voice/guitar reminds me of something. Something important and big. Like a monument or mountain. Quality oozes from every pore. Listen to musical magic!
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Album · 2004 · 5 Songs. More By Thousand Yard Stare. Live at Electric Studios. DeepDreaming - EP. 2017.
Thousand Yard Stare - Hope Thinks Infinite. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Миллионы композиций бесплатно и в хорошем качестве.
Thousand Yard Stare are a British band from Slough, Berkshire active during the early 1990s and Reformed in 2015. Widely regarded as their finest hour was the Seasonstream EP on Stifled Aardvark Records in 1991, which also featured Martin Bell of The Wonder Stuff on fiddle. They released two full studio albums (Hands On and Mappamundi), both of which were produced by Stephen Street, who produced records for The Smiths and Blur, among others.
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