Come Into My Life - Robert Plant - Fate Of Nations (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Fate of Nations is the sixth studio album by English singer Robert Plant, released 25 May, on Es Paranza Records in North America and Fontana Records internationally. It features former Cutting Crew guitarist Kevin Scott song "I Believe" is a tribute to Plant's late son, Karac. The album was Plant's last solo album until his comeback with his seventh studio album Dreamland Genre: Rock, folk rock, alternative rock.
  2. Fate of Nations is an album Robert Plant himself sights as "a big turning point" in his thinking and song writing. Ahead of its time and giving some great glimpses into things and sounds to come, its a must for Plant fans. This second-hand copy arrived ahead of time, was just a described. It plays beautifully with no jumps or glitches/5().
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Fate Of Nations on Discogs. Label: Es Paranza Records - 7 • Format: CD Album, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Acoustic, Pop Rock Come Into My Life Backing Vocals – Maire Brennan Bass Robert Plant: Fate Of Nations ‎ (CD, Album) Fontana 4/5(14).
  4. Album. Fate of Nations Robert Plant. Released May 25, Come Into My Life Lyrics. 4. I Believe Lyrics. 5. 29 Palms Lyrics. K 6. Memory Song (Hello Hello.
  5. referencing Fate Of Nations, LP, Album, Ltd, RE, S/Edition, Only 1, pressed according to (for the USA) and it also coincides around Earth Day 22nd April. Inner sleeve notes include updated environmental facts (since ).
  6. At first, Fate of Nations seems so light and airy that it slips away through the layers of acoustic guitars, violins, and keyboards. Upon further listenings, more textures appear, and the album gains a calm sense of tension and reflectiveness. It's also Robert Plant's most personal record ever; he addresses the death of his son in the beautiful "I Believe.".

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