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Mp3 Invisible Things - Home IS The Sun

  • Performer: Invisible Things
  • Album: Home IS The Sun
  • Label: Porter Records
  • Catalog #: PRLP - 026
  • MP3: 1919 mb | FLAC: 2638 mb
  • Released: 2012
  • Country: US
  • Style: Post Rock, Experimental, Prog Rock
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 626
  • Category: Rock
Mp3 Invisible Things - Home IS The Sun


1Accepting New Forms
2New Faculty
3Home Is The Sun
4Delta Phase
5Please Redirect
6And If It's On
7Theta Phase
8Weird Summer
9Major Counterpart
10Into Engine
11Synthetic Envoy
12Before The Seventh
13Letters To Home
14Getting Through Accidentals
15Because It's Not Real Yet
16Now It's The 4th
17Spindle Phase


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PRCD - 4069Invisible Things Home Is The Sun ‎(CD, Album)Porter RecordsPRCD - 4069US2012


  • Bass, Guitar, VocalsMark Shippy
  • DrumsJim Sykes


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Home IS the Sun is the first album by Invisible Things, a duo featuring Mark Shippy U. Maple, Shorty and Jim Sykes Grooms, Parts and Labor recorded 2012 17 Songs. Home Is the Sun. Invisible Things. Rock 2012. Before the Seventh. Listen free to Invisible Things Home Is the Sun Before the Seventh, Because It's Not Real Yet and more. 17 tracks 54:51. Debut Album on Porter Records - Produced, Engineered by Jeff Zeigler, Uniform Studios, Philadelphia PA. released September 18, 2012. Home Is the Sun, 2012. Before the Seventh, 02:15. Because It's Not Real Yet, 03:00. Getting Through Accidentals, 02:42. Current track: Invisible Things Please RedirectInvisible Things Please Redirect. The Invisible is the debut album by The Invisible, released on March 9, 2009, on Matthew Herbert's label, Accidental Records in the UK. The album itself was released on 9 March 2009 and was produced by Matthew Herbert. London based singer Eska features as backing vocalist for all tracks apart from In Retrograde, London Girl and Spiral. The album was nominated for the 2009 Mercury Music Prize. From the Invisible Things album of the same name. A short film by John Marc Bimonte. Invisible Things -