August 13, 2007

New Rogue Wave: Lake Michigan

Consider this a mini-addendum to my recent post on Rogue Wave’s newest album, Asleep At Heaven’s Gate, out 9/18. We have audio!
Lake Michigan – Rogue Wave

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  • Wow, love it! It definitely sounds like their style – very similar to how Descended Like Vultures sounds. It’s like music for laying in the park in the sun tapping your feet music for me. I can’t wait for the full album. Yay!

    Kristy — August 13, 2007 @ 1:39 pm

  • Love it! I bought Descended Like Vultures a few days ago and I’ve been playing it pretty much nonstop since. Now a new record and a tour stop in Mass. Timing is everything, as they say.

    Lauren — August 13, 2007 @ 2:04 pm

  • I actually got to hear a few of the other tunes from the new album. It’s really great. They also have a song called
    ‘sightlines’ on the spiderman 3 soundtrack. I wish they had included it on this album because it’s too good a song to be burried on a movie soundtrack that not enough people know about.

    Anonymous — August 14, 2007 @ 11:04 pm

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