Depeche Mode's Dave Gahan contribution to Mirror album 'Mirror' out nowPosted on 03/10/08
Back in July 2007, Side-Line announced that Depeche Mode's frontman Dave Gahan would contribute a song to the Mirror's selftitled debut album. That album is now finally available via www.mirror.fm on CD and as a download package including all the songs on the album in high quality MP3 format, PDF of 24 page album booklet and a high quality version of the "Nostalgia" Video featuring Dave Gahan. The 9-track album furthermore holds guest renditions by Knox Chandler, Frances Lawson, Laure-Elaine, actor Joe Dallesandro, Ronan Boyle, Frances Lawson and Phil Western from Download. A video for the song "Nostalgia" was shot in the Czech Republic, Poland and NYC (Dave's performance).
Mirror are Tom Anselmi (ex-Slow vocalist) and keyboardist Vincent Jones who also worked on Gahan's live DVD "Live Monsters". "Mirror" was written by Tom Anselmi and was produced, recorded and mixed by Jones who also took care of the programming and playing instruments. There will be 'unique' live show planned for the project.
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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