Together We Are the Love Vortex

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Together We Are The Love Vortex
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ReleasedJuly 6, 2012
RecordedAt Kirknasty Studios
Genre Synthpop, Glam, Art rock
Producer James Bakker, The Tempers
The Tempers chronology
Vol. 1
Together We Are The Love Vortex

Together We Are The Love Vortex is the second release by American Electronic Art rock band The Tempers, self-released on 6 July 2012. [1] A Music video for the track "You Must Be Crazy" was released following Together We Are The Love Vortex. [2]


Track listing

All tracks written and composed by The Tempers.

1."You Must Be Crazy"3:49
2."Dark Days"5:15
3."Is This Love"6:08
4."They Say In Love"5:33
5."Love Vortex"6:11



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  2. Archived at Ghostarchive and the Wayback Machine : The Tempers - 'You Must Be Crazy' - Together We Are the Love Vortex. YouTube .
  3. "Together We Are the Love Vortex - the Tempers | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic". AllMusic .