When Earth Lets Go
“When Earth Lets Go” – originally released in 2004 – saw Gazpacho joined by drummer Robert Johansen, and taking the step from being a “studio band” to a “live band.”
Seen by many as a rougher-edged album than the debut “Bravo,” the album is available for the first time on the single LP format.
“Norway’s best kept Prog secret.” – PROG
Pre-order the album here: https://burningshed.com/store/kscope/gazpacho_when-earth-lets-go_vinyl
- Put it On The Air
- Steal Yourself
- Dinger’s Horses
- Beach House
- Substitute For Murder
- When Earth Lets Go
Missa Atropos was the 2011 studio album from acclaimed Norwegian Post-Progressive band Gazpacho, and their first for the Kscope label.
The follow-up to 2009’s “Tick Tock,” “Missa Atropos” is an ambitious concept album. Dealing with themes of death, fear and loneliness, it combines the band’s musical skills and haunting songwriting to create a beautiful and hypnotic piece of art.
Darker than the bands’ two previous albums, it still features many distinctive Gazpacho characteristics, such as ambient passages, classical influences, elements of world music, and samples of coded information sent during the cold war on short wave radio.
2022 Madfish label single vinyl edition.
Pre-order the album here: https://burningshed.com/store/kscope/gazpacho_missa-atropos_vinyl
- Defense Mechanism
- I Was Never Here
- Missa Atropos
- Will To Live
- Splendid Isolation
- An Audience