- Title:Ghosts with a Smile
- Recording location:Avalance Studios, Northglenn, CO
- Size FLAC version1329 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1872 megabytes
- Size WMA version1498 megabytes
- Formats:AAC MP2 AIFF RA MPC TTA
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Ghosts With A Smile - Ephesus. Songs: 14. Artist: Ephesus. Songs: Ephesus - May Be 04:17. Ephesus - Finally Been Cut 02:45. Ephesus - Ghosts With A Smile 04:16. Ephesus - Now I 04:13. Ephesus - Fate On Its Way 03:34. Ephesus - Eyes Of Gray 03:53.
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Sleeping With Ghosts is Placebo’s fourth studio album, released April 1 2003. It was preceded by the single The Bitter End, released 10th of March 2003 and peaked at number 12 on the UK charts, the highest charting single from the record. Four more singles were released: This Picture, Special Needs, English Summer Rain, and the French version of Protect Me From What I Want, titled Protege Moi. The video for Protege Moi was directed by Gasper Noé, and was too sexually explicit to be officially released. Instead, tour footage from their Soulmates Never Die tour was used.
Ephesus was constructed on a river bend, that was eventually dredged into a full harbor near the mount of the Cayster River, on the western coast of Asia Minor (modern Turkey). Along the coastal plain between Smyrna to the north and Miletus to the south, the site is now about six miles from the Aegean Sea. The city shifted in five distinct locations over time, each within a small area. The Apostles Paul and John were familiar with the city that scholars have dubbed "Ephesus III" the largest (in area) of the five. When cleared, Ephesus was in a location that justified a great seaport. The city sat at the convergence of three land routes with a shipping lane from the north via the channel created by the Island of Chios and an opening facing the cities of Macedonia. The land routes that converged on Ephesus included: 1) The Colossae, Laodicea road (traveling east)
CreditsTom Capek - Mastering
Glenn Covalli - Photography
Russell Dean - Composer, Guitar, Mandolin, Producer, Vocals
Ephesus - Primary Artist
Ryan Stanley - Composer, Vocal Harmony
Christian Teele - Drums, Percussion
|1||May Be Russell Dean||Ephesus||4:17|
|2||Finally Been Cut Russell Dean||Ephesus||2:45|
|3||Ghosts with a Smile Russell Dean / Ryan Stanley||Ephesus||4:16|
|4||Now I Russell Dean||Ephesus||4:13|
|5||Fate on Its Way Russell Dean||Ephesus||3:34|
|6||Eyes of Gray Russell Dean / Ryan Stanley||Ephesus||3:53|
|7||Little Misconceptions Russell Dean||Ephesus||4:25|
|8||Anything Russell Dean / Ryan Stanley||Ephesus||2:57|
|9||Dustman Russell Dean||Ephesus||5:21|
|10||Moon & Population Russell Dean / Ryan Stanley||Ephesus||4:29|
|11||So Lonely Russell Dean||Ephesus||5:10|
|12||Run Russell Dean||Ephesus||3:49|
|13||Sand Russell Dean||Ephesus||5:18|
|14||Throw the World Away Russell Dean / Ryan Stanley||Ephesus||3:57|