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Graveyard Mountain Home


Download links and information about Graveyard Mountain Home by Chroma Key. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Progressive Rock, Metal genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 55:48 minutes.

Artist: Chroma Key
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rock, Progressive Rock, Metal
Tracks: 14
Duration: 55:48
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No. Title Length
1. Yyy 2:11
2. Give Up 4:04
3. White Robe 4:55
4. Mother's Radio 4:15
5. Graveyars Mountain Home 2:32
6. Salvation 2:40
7. Before You Started 4:24
8. Human Love 6:01
9. Come In, Over 5:01
10. Pure Laughter 2:08
11. Andrew Was Drowning His Stepfather 2:12
12. Sad Sad Movie 5:38
13. True and Lost 2:30
14. Again Today 7:17



Listening to the projects that Kevin Moore has recorded on his own under the name Chroma Key, you'd never guess that he's a former member of the progressive metal band Dream Theater. Graveyard Mountain Home, in particular, sounds more like a twisted collaboration between Gabor Csupo and Muslimgauze than anything else you're likely to hear on the Inside Out label. The shape of the music was inspired by a strange "social guidance" film from the 1950s that Moore discovered; he slowed it down to half speed and stripped out the soundtrack, then used its surreal action as a guiding structure for the music, which at times is funky in a glitchy, herky-jerky sort of way ("YYY," "Before You Started") and at others is dark and meditative ("Mother's Radio," "True and Lost"). There are several songs, in the relatively traditional sense, such as the gorgeous and aptly titled "Sad Sad Movie," and a few tracks are accompanied by found-sound voices, but the focus is always on the music and the mood. The result is a surprisingly affecting and powerful work. Highly recommended.