VALIS by Reptaliens, released 26 April 2019 1. Sunrise, Sunset 2. Venetian Blinds 3. Shuggie I 4. Shuggie II 5. Baby Come Home 6. Changing 7. Echo Park 8. Give Me Your Love 9. Song for Moon 10. Wake Up 11. Sweet, Innocent You 12. Heather When Bambi and Cole Browning started writing the songs that would be become Reptaliens’ 2017 debut LP, FM-2030, they had no intention of starting a band. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album. Limited to 350 Copies on Opaque Pink Vinyl.
VALIS is a 1981 science fantasy novel by American writer Philip K. Dick. The title is an acronym for Vast Active Living Intelligence System, Dick's gnostic vision of one aspect of God. It is the first book in the incomplete VALIS trilogy of novels, followed by The Divine Invasion (1981). The planned third novel, The Owl in Daylight, had not yet taken definite shape at the time of the author's death.
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Valis X (ヴァリスX, Varisu kurosu), also known as Valis Cross or Valis X: Another Destiny, is a game from the Valis series developed by Eants and published by Telenet Japan in 2006. The game is recognizable for being the first new Valis game to be released in over a decade and the first released as a visual novel. The premise of the story differs from the original. Yuuko and Reiko are teleported to Vecanti by different entities at the same time: Yuuko by Valia and Reiko by Rogles.
Valis is a English album released on Feb 2015. Valis Album has 5 songs sung by Mastery. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Valis songs on Gaana. English Hindi Telugu Punjabi Tamil Kannada Bhojpuri Malayalam Marathi Bengali Haryanvi.
Portland band Reptaliens' 2017 debut album, FM-2030, found its inspirations in a fascination with aliens, cults, and Philip K. Dick sci-fi novels, but those themes were hard to make out beneath their waves of friendly, uber-chill indie pop. Sounding somewhere between the breathy isolation of Broadcast and the chorus-doused lo-fi pop of Mac DeMarco, TOPS, Crumb, or any other number of easygoing melodians, Reptaliens' science fiction leanings were more apparent in their high-concept stage shows than on album.