- Performer Privy Seals
- Title Marble Orchard
- Style Noise
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- Genre Electronic
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Real Name: Matthew Sullivan. Aliases: Earn, Matthew Sullivan (3. .God Willing, Newton (4), Privy Seals & Work/Death - I Have One Mirror In My House & I Try To Avoid It (16xCass + Box, Ltd). Marble Orchard (Cass, S/Sided).
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The Marble Orchard by Spacerust, released 31 October 2005 1. Pallin 2. Spaceways 3. Marble Orchard 1-Eulogy 4. Marble Orchard 2-Up From The Ground 5. Marble Orchard 3-Zombie Dance 6. Marble Orchard 4-The Grand Replant 7. Marble Orchard 5-The Joyous Dead 8. Fol De Rol 9. Drome Produced and engineered by John Roberts (C)2005 Spaceways Studios-Pepto Tapeworm Productions Cover by Stacey Spiegel Cover photo by John Roberts.
The Marble Orchard by Froghollow, released 27 January 2014 I'm in the Marble Orchard Where the bones lay parched and dry With a hundred unknown faces Staring at the sky The wind it pierced my spine The corpse lights flickered nigh As I turn to face the owl I couldn't get more high Down in the Booger Woods Where the bats perch low and fly Beside the old and creaky gate The withered ash tree sighs The old man's beard hangs low Hidden footprints in the snow The wet flagstones make me slip As I return to the crypt I'm in the Marble Orchard The wind it pierced my spine Down in .Got it. + add. album.
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The Privy Garden of the Palace of Whitehall was a large enclosed space in Westminster, London, that was originally a pleasure garden used by the late Tudor and Stuart monarchs of England. It was created under Henry VIII and was expanded and improved under his successors, but lost its royal patronage after the Palace of Whitehall was almost totally destroyed by fire in 1698.