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9 thoughts on “ Sea Hag - Miracle Legion - Advance Music From Drenched

  1. Dec 29,  · Dusting ‘Em Off: Miracle Legion – Drenched “Sea Hag” sounds like it belongs over the end credits of a Pete & Pete classic, only it’s fuller in sound, thanks to the inclusion of the.
  2. miracle legion's early 90s shows were small events that gathered a loyal following, and perhaps because of the proximity, you left these intimate concerts feeling personally touched. this cd synthesizes mulcahy's passion and range. perhaps their most personal work, "drenched" is 5/5(2).
  3. Oct 28,  · does anybody know if this LP is supposed to have an inner sleeve or an insert? mine does not, but there are no credits at all on the back cover, and I know the cassette and CD do have inner pages, so I find it strange if it doesn't have an inner/5(8).
  4. Check out Drenched by Miracle Legion on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on metalcore.dalalsanuanaracordalanim.infoinfo(7).
  5. After Drenched, legal problems with the label left the band and its name in limbo. Interest continued, however, most notably in the form of a Nickelodeon offer for the band to write music for the television show The Adventures of Pete & Pete, which was created by Miracle Legion fans Will McRobb and Chris Viscardi. Neal, disillusioned with the Genres: Alternative rock, College rock, Jangle pop.
  6. Dec 30,  · miracle legion's early 90s shows were small events that gathered a loyal following, and perhaps because of the proximity, you left these intimate concerts feeling personally touched. this cd synthesizes mulcahy's passion and range. perhaps their most personal work, "drenched" is one of the best records of the 90s.5/5(2).
  7. Mar 13,  · 'Drenched' was the last Miracle Legion album I bought and I remember being so sorry that this band achieved no tangible measure of commercial success. I keep thinking that Mark Mulcahy's many talents should have been more amply rewarded/5(4).
  8. Fortunately, things change and that’s not the case today. While Miracle Legion faded into obscurity in the ’90s, only releasing two more records through Mulcahy’s own Mezzotint label, Drenched has resurfaced through the likes of internet music stores and online trading.

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