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  • Interprète: Roll The Dice
  • Titre: Born To Ruin
  • Taille FLAC: 2784 mb
  • Date de publication: 26 May 2017
  • Style: Experimental, Downtempo
  • # Catalogue: RTD001
  • Label: The New Black
  • Classement: 4.8 of 5
  • Genre: Electro
Roll The Dice - Born To Ruin flac


1Broken In Time
2Bright Lights, Dark Hearts
3Locked Hands
4Inward Spiral
6The Derailed
7Under The Arches
8Potters Field
9Coffin & Nails


  • SaxophonePer "Ruskträsk" Johansson
  • Written By – Malcolm Pardon, Peder Mannerfelt



RecordVinyl Digital Album. Includes unlimited streaming of Born To Ruin via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and Born To Ruin, a playlist by Roll the Dice from desktop or your mobile 2017 9 Songs. Roll The Dice. Electronic , 2017. The Derailed. Under the Arches. Listen free to Roll the Dice Born To Ruin The Derailed, Under The Arches and more. 9 tracks 35:30. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. The Swedish duo, which consists of Malcolm Pardon and Peder Mannerfelt, are established musicians in their own right. Pardon's background producing scores for film and television is reflected in Roll The Dice's cinematic aesthetic. Under the Arches, 04:27. Cannonball, 05:22. Potters Field, 03:54. Now playing . It's the duo's first album since 2014's Until The Silence. Since then, Malcolm Pardon and Peder Mannerfelt have done some film scoring work together, though most of Mannerfelt's time has been spent establishing his solo career, including his self-titled record label. The duo say that their new record is stripped to the bone compared to the grander style of previous albums, a collection of concise, sharply evocative, jazz-infused music thats more smoky basement than orchestral hall. Born To Ruin will come out on a new label from the duo called The Ne. The New Black will release Born To Ruin in late May 2017. Artist: Roll The Dice. Most popular news. Roll the Dice is a song by the British singer-songwriter Steve Harley, released in 1978 as the lead single from his debut solo album Hobo with a Grin. It was written by Harley and Jo Partridge, and produced by Michael J. In 1977, Harley began working on his debut solo album Hobo with a Grin. Once it was completed in early 1978, he decided to leave Britain and live in Los Angeles for almost a year. A week before the release of Hobo with a Grin, Roll the Dice was released as the album's

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