Klimt 1918 - Undressed Momento

8.3 | 49 votes |
Release date: 2003
Style: Shoegaze , Atmospheric rock


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01. _
02. Pale Song
03. Parade Of Adolescence
04. We Don't Need no Music
05. Undressed Momento
06. That Girl
07. Naif Watercolour
08. If Only You Could See Me Now
09. Stalingrad Theme

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Talking about strange band names lately, KLIMT 1918 seems like a name that doesn't make sense at first, but if you do a little research on the web, you'll find out that Mr. Gustav Klimt was an Austrian painter and founder of the school of painting known as the Vienna Sezession. And the 1918? Well, that was the year of Mr. Klimt passing. So what kind of music could you expect from a band that is named after a painter? Let's see.

published 11.03.2005 | Comments (1)

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06.03.2010 - 03:38
Rating: 10
One of my favorites albums
14.11.2017 - 00:04
Mr. Doctor
Pretty nice album. It feels simple and straight-forward but it packages a lot of emotion and sincerity which goes a long way with this type of music. The double-bass sections add that extra ooomph that elevates this album quite a bit from being just another alternative/gothic/indie/shoegaze/rock/whatever mix.
Written by BloodTears on 19.08.2011 at 18:29
Like you could kiss my ass
Written by Milena on 20.06.2012 at 10:49
Rod, let me love you.

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