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Megalithic Symphony


Download links and information about Megalithic Symphony by Awolnation. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 55:50 minutes.

Artist: Awolnation
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 15
Duration: 55:50
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No. Title Length
1. Megalithic Symphony 0:57
2. Some Sort of Creature 0:26
3. Soul Wars 3:37
4. People 3:58
5. Jump On My Shoulders 4:08
6. Burn It Down 2:45
7. Guilty Filthy Soul 3:33
8. Kill Your Heroes 2:58
9. My Nightmare's Dream 0:26
10. Sail 4:19
11. Wake Up 3:02
12. Not Your Fault 4:02
13. All I Need 3:37
14. Knights of Shame 14:58
15. Swinging from the Castles 3:04



Almost a year following the release of the much-blogged-about five-song EP Back from Earth, AWOLNATION (a.k.a. Aaron Bruno) delivered his first studio album Megalithic Symphony. Bruno’s 2010 EP revealed a refusal to stay put in one genre and this carries over into his full-length release. “Soul Wars” sets the tone with angst-ridden vocals that rip apart the song’s catchy melody. Bruno sings about his family’s dysfunction on the techno-tinged “People” before waxing a Robin Hood-inspired manifesto on “Jump On My Shoulders” which plays a little like Midnite Vultures-era Beck with its falsetto melodies sung over mechanical beats. Of the three tunes culled from his prior EP, “Burn It Down” exudes the most energy (especially with those Little Richard-inspired yelps) while the mellower “Sail” plays with more clever radio-pop innovations.