On 26 March Passenger announced that his fifth studio album, Whispers, would be released on 9 June Talking to Digital Spy about the album, he said, "This is easily the most 'up' album I've ever made, it's quite cinematic. There are lots of big stories and big ideas. There are also some sombre moments about . All the Little Lights is the fourth studio album by English singer-songwriter Passenger and was released by Black Crow Records and Nettwerk on 24 February The album contains 12 tracks, comprising 11 studio tracks recorded at Sydney's Linear Recording, and one song recorded live at The Borderline in London. Find a Passenger (10) - All The Little Lights first pressing or reissue. Complete your Passenger (10) collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs.
VonKatzenfanam 5. April Format: Audio CD|Verifizierter Kauf. Meine Musik ist vor allem die, aus den 70iger und 80iger Jahren, Cat Stevens hat natürlich auch dazu gehört unter anderem. Passenger wird ja mit diesem Sänger verglichen und so weit her geholt ist der Vergleich nicht. Die Stimme ist einschmeichelnd. Results 1 - 34 of 34 Shop from the world's largest selection and best deals for Passenger Music CDs. Shop with confidence on eBay!. Passenger - Whispers [New CD]. $ Buy It Now. Free Shipping. 3 watching; | ; 12 sold. album from British singer/songwriter Mike Rosenberg AKA Passenger. WHISPERS is the follow up to 's ALL THE LITTLE LIGHTS. Title: Whispers. Artist: Passenger. Format: CD. Item Condition: New a.
Find great deals for Passenger All The Little Lights Deluxe Taiwan W/obi 2- cd Let Her Go. Shop with confidence on eBay!. Mike Rosenberg, aka Passenger, has announced that his new album, Whispers, will be released on June 10, Whispers is the follow up to 's All The Little Lights, which featured the international hit single and 3x Platinum “Let Her Go.” Recorded in Sydney and co-produced by Chris Vallejo, Whispers is comprised. 12 May “All the Little Lights” is the fourth track from Passenger's fourth album of the same name. In a track by track interview with VH1 in , Rosenberg explained that it was difficult to fully explain the song's meaning and that he wanted fans to be able to relate to it without thinking about his personal experience.