|A1||Fire In The Head (edited version)||4:23|
|A2||Fire In The Head||5:29|
|B2||Drawing Down The Moon||5:26|
|724388208826||The Tea Party||Fire In The Head (CD, Single)||EMI||724388208826||Australia||1995|
|CDTPDJ 2||The Tea Party||Fire In The Head (CD, Single, Promo)||Chrysalis||CDTPDJ 2||Europe||1995|
|CDPRO1057||The Tea Party||Fire In The Head (CD, Single, Promo)||EMI Music Canada||CDPRO1057||Canada||1995|
|7243 8 82088 2 6||The Tea Party||Fire In The Head (CD, Single, Promo)||EMI Music Canada||7243 8 82088 2 6||Europe||1995|
Splendor Solis (1993) is The Tea Party's second album, and their first major label release on EMI Music Canada. The overall tone of the album is very organic and natural, with many songs featuring 6- and 12-string guitar acoustic guitars, and very little in terms of electronic effects or production techniques. The album draws heavily on the rock and blues of the 1970s, as well as displaying some psychedelic influences
and i'm waiting dancing with fire on the edge and i'm waiting remembering all of what she said with this fire in the head. you stay silent, knowing, always in time see how this love stays divine see how this love stays divine this is the way step inside. sleep here hoping, knowing, always in time see how the love stays divine see how the love stays divine this is the way step inside. i know all the words to this.
The Tea Party (1991) is the first album by the Canadian rock group The Tea Party. It was originally recorded as a demo which the band submitted to several record companies. However, the trio was not signed to any recording contract and decided to release the album independently. The album production is relatively lo-fi and the band re-recorded several of the songs for their major label follow-up Splendor Solis. The album was commercially released November 23, 2012 in Australia and November 27, 2012 in the rest of the world. The cover features the Palais Theatre in Melbourne, one of the venues where the album was recorded. Predominantly an Art Deco building, the exterior and interior include elements from Moorish architecture, which is congruous with the band's musical inspirations over their career.
The River" is a song by Canadian rock band The Tea Party. It was released as a single in Australia and the UK, where it reached in the UK Singles Chart, in Australia, and was a promotional single in Canada and the USA. The music video was shot in Toronto, directed by Floria Sigismondi and features a cameo by Roy Harper. The River" was the band's first single and is a standard three-piece rock composition with a lot of Wah-wah pedal
The Tea Party - Fire in the Head 05:06. The Tea Party - Black River 02:55. Alpha Male Tea Party - Some Soldiers 04:56. The Tea Party - Heaven Coming Down 04:01. The Tea Party - Winter Solstice 02:44. The Tea Party - Mantra 08:01. The Tea Party - Dust To Gold 04:20. Alpha Male Tea Party - The Museum of Walking 03:45. The Tea Party - Midsummer Day 05:57. The Tea Party - Angels 04:54. Grandma's Tea Party - Lyrebird Song 03:48. The Tea Party - These Living Arms 05:05. The Tea Party - Taking Me Away 05:02. The Tea Party - A Slight Attack 03:15. The Tea Party - Save Me 06:36.
HOW TO PLAY "Fire In The Head".
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