Luminous Beings by Rulmyno, released 18 January 2019 1. Luminous Beings 2. Neon Jungle 3. Starman 4. Solitude. This album is like a concept soundtrack to a hit movie. Tragic love and euphoric melancholy. It resonates with me deeply. supported by 10 fans who also own Luminous Beings.
Luminous Beings - EP, 2019. Luminous Beings - EP, 2019.
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The luminous being was a mysterious entity that existed beyond the normal cosmology, at the beginning and the end of time simultaneously, yet outside time and space proper. The luminous being was a cold and harsh entity, yet at the same time forgiving and warm. Little was known about the luminous being. It was in charge of the creation and destruction of all the universes, and the overgods, including the overgod of Realmspace, Ao, seemed to be its subordinates.
Published on: Saturday, September 3, 2016. Synthwave, 80s Retro Electro, Spacesynth.
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Too Much Too Soon is the second album by the American hard rock band New York Dolls. It was released on May 10, 1974, by Mercury Records. The album was recorded earlier that year at A&R Studios in New York City with veteran producer Shadow Morton. He had been enlisted by New York Dolls frontman David Johansen after the group felt dissatisfied with the recording of their 1973 self-titled debut album