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Turquoise & Crimson


Download links and information about Turquoise & Crimson by Vast. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:18:10 minutes.

Artist: Vast
Release date: 2006
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:18:10
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No. Title Length
1. Turquoise 3:19
2. Ecstacy 3:29
3. Be With Me 3:53
4. Thrown Away 4:00
5. Don't Take Your Love Away from Me 4:53
6. Falling from the Sky 3:05
7. Candle 4:00
8. I Woke Up L.A. 3:30
9. I Can't So No (To You) 4:12
10. Desert Garden 3:16
11. Dead Angels 3:25
12. I Need to Say Goodbye 3:23
13. Lost 2:37
14. Winter In My Heart 3:36
15. All I Found Was You (Japanese Fantasy) 3:25
16. That's My Boy 3:54
17. Evil Little Girl 3:59
18. Beautiful 3:33
19. Señorita 2:50
20. Where It Never Rains 3:30
21. Bruise 3:17
22. Goodbye 3:04



Jon Crosby and his one-man project VAST always seemed like a bizarre fit in the major-label world, so it should not seem surprising that his fourth album is an indie release. What's unusual about Turquoise & Crimson is that this two-disc set was originally released as a pair of download-only albums on Crosby's website starting in 2002. Based largely on fan feedback, Crosby transformed the best of these demos into 2004's Nude. Turquoise & Crimson, then, is a belated official release of the 22 original demos in their unvarnished state; as such, these songs tend to be rawer and more immediate than Crosby's three previous albums (including Nude itself), which tend to polish the rough edges off of his Nine Inch Nails-meets-Echo & the Bunnymen version of industrial mope rock. Here, songs like the epic ballad "Winter in My Heart" are stripped of their sometimes suffocating over-production, and are far stronger for it. Though naysayers will find Crosby's essential weaknesses unchanged — foremost among them a stentorian vocal style that combines the worst affectations of both Creed's Scott Stapp and Bauhaus' Peter Murphy — Turquoise & Crimson is essential for VAST fans.