Blasting their way into areas of music usually reserved for the likes of famous electronic artists Jean Michel Jarre or Vangelis (though I think with the London 2012 soundtrack consisting of nothing but Chariots of Fire, we've all had enough of Vangelis for the time being). Despite this, electronic act Things That Fade are intent on leaving their mark on a crowded musical market. This, their latest studio album, entitled Greeen Linez, which isn't so much a title as a spelling mistake, is the method through which they intend to wow their listeners.
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