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  1. Mikora Reply

    I Can See Your House from Here () continues heading in a mainstream direction and features only two of the original band members. As such, it does not sound as Camel-ish as earlier albums - in fact, I really missed the atmospheric synth work of Pete Bardens/5(72).

  2. Malazahn Reply

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of I Can See Your House From Here on Discogs. Label: London Records - K19P,Gama (3) - K19P • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock/5(4).

  3. Gardakinos Reply

    I Can See Your House From Here Camel, Wait (Latimer/John McBurnie) You're looking nervous at the dealer Money goes like sand Ooh your signal's fading. Remote - remote Romance - romance. Rush-button passion I won't repeat it I won't repeat it I won't repeat (ha ha ha) Wait a minute.

  4. Tojajin Reply

    Remote Romance This song is by Camel and appears on the album I Can See Your House From Here ().

  5. Akinolkree Reply

    Camel - I Can See Your House From Here review: Like a lot of other 70's Prog Rock bands, Camel go poppier. With that they release another decent and fun record that, unfortunately, will never be able to compete with the greatness of the first four.

  6. Tygoshicage Reply

    Feb 21,  · From their album "I Can See Your House from Here". Transferred from LP. Re-clocked at HZ.

  7. Nakazahn Reply

    Remote Romance was released with the album “I can see your house from here.” by Camel in The name of the song was used to create a character by Hirohiko Araki in the JoJo Exhibition

  8. Voodoocage Reply

    CAMEL I Can See Your House From Here ( French 9-track LP, complete with illustrated credits insert, picture sleeve. The sleeve shows just a little edge scuffing and light shelfwear with the vinyl remaining in excellent condition with few signs of play).

  9. Tojajin Reply

    'I Can See Your House From Here' sure isn't the best Camel album ever but it has its moments. Knowing Camel as a progressive rock band one might be disappointed listening to 'I Can See Your House From Here'. Back in '79 there was a slight change of course. Both Richard Sinclair and Peter Bardens had left the band.

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