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The Sun and the Moon Complete


Download links and information about The Sun and the Moon Complete by Bravery, The. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 01:17:31 minutes.

Artist: Bravery, The
Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 24
Duration: 01:17:31
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No. Title Length
1. Intro 0:28
2. Believe 3:46
3. This Is Not the End 3:59
4. Every Word Is a Knife In My Ear 3:35
5. Bad Sun 4:02
6. Time Won't Let Me Go 4:11
7. Tragedy Bound 2:22
8. Fistful of Sand 3:10
9. Angelina 3:11
10. Split Me Wide Open 3:38
11. Above and Below 3:30
12. The Ocean 3:40
13. Intro (Moon Version) 0:18
14. Believe (Moon Version) 3:19
15. This Is Not the End (Moon Version) 4:02
16. Every Word Is a Knife In My Ear (Moon Version) 2:36
17. Bad Sun (Moon Version) 4:24
18. Time Won't Let Me Go (Moon Version) 3:51
19. Tragedy Bound (Moon Version) 2:26
20. Fistful of Sand (Moon Version) 2:59
21. Angelina (Moon Version) 3:19
22. Split Me Wide Open (Moon Version) 3:33
23. Above and Below (Moon Version) 3:09
24. The Ocean (Moon Version) 4:03



The Bravery’s first album thrilled “modern rock” fans who adored the ‘80s sounds of Duran Duran and the Cure, but their second, The Sun and The Moon, left the sheer fun behind and suffered a bit from the weight of anthem-styled seriousness. Here, the band creates a second version of The Sun and The Moon by taking the original tracks (which the band now calls The Sun) and adding complete re-recordings and noticeably different takes on the songs (which they now call The Moon), making them all available in one package. For fans of the very first Bravery album, the Moon versions might feel like coming home, with their heavy synths, bouncy bass lines, and big, reverb’d vocals returning to the modern rock sound. Two hit singles from The Sun, “Believe” and “Time Won’t Let Me Go,” could be hits all over again, vastly improved here with an electrified energy and a bit of grit, compared to their polished, original counterparts. The majority of songs benefit from new tempos and a brightened sound (especially “Bad Sun,” “This Is Not The End,” and “Ocean”), but the glassy, synth gloss in some cases relegates the guitars to the shadows (“Every Word Is A Knife...” and “Above and Below”), which may not appeal to some fans.