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  1. The Butterfly Effect 2. Product Description. Butterfly Effect 2, The (DVD) (WS) This sequel to the cult favorite The Butterfly Effect follows a new character who, as in the original, finds he can travel through time. But as he changes past events, there are unexpected, bizarre consequences in the present in the sci-fi thriller The Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. The Butterfly Effect Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 11 ratings. album from the Australian band. The Butterfly Effect have experienced a lot in the past two years. Their sophomore album Imago attained the #2 position on the Aria charts and achieved gold status. Window and the Watcher. Window and the Watcher. Listen Now $1 /5(11).
  3. May 01,  · Artist: The Butterfly Effect Album: Effected Released: Style: Post Rock Format: MP3 Kbps / FLAC Size: Mb. Tracklist: 01 – The Cell 02 – Take It Away 03 – Perception Twin 04 – Crave 05 – One Second Of Insanity 06 – Always 07 – Beautiful Mine 08 – Aisles Of White 09 – A Slow Descent 10 – Gone 11 – Reach
  4. Final Conversation of Kings is the third studio album by Australian hard rock band The Butterfly Effect. It was released on September 20, The album was the band's first foray into a more progressive rock sound, and the last to feature vocalist Clint Boge. The album's first single, "Window and the Watcher", was released on a few weeks prior to the album's release on September 6, "Final .
  5. Window And The Watcher, an album by The Butterfly Effect on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  6. Buy Mp3 Music Online / The Butterfly Effect / Final Conversation Of Kings (Tour Edition) CD1 The Butterfly Effect — Final Conversation Of Kings (Tour Edition) CD1 $
  7. Sound Check , a Various Artists Compilation. Released in July (catalog no. RSUKCD; CD). Genres: Alternative Rock.
  8. Many words are fitting when attempting to describe Australian band The Butterfly Effect. “Epic” is certainly one that will often come up amongst fans- a title rightly deserved with the band’s fantastic debut, Begins Here.. “Consistent” is another, describing the steady, tried-and-tested sound of the band’s next record, ’s Imago; a fine album, but significantly missing.

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