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The Holy Pictures

The Holy Pictures
David Holmes
Released 8 September 2008
Genre Psychedelic Rock, Indie Rock, Experimental, Ambient
Label Go! Beat
David Holmes chronology

David Holmes presents The Free Association
(2002)
The Holy Pictures
(2008)
The Dogs Are Parading
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
Drowned in Sound (8/10)[2]
The Observer 4/5 stars[3]
Pitchfork Media (7.8/10)[4]

The Holy Pictures is a Choice Music Prize-nominated[5][6][7] studio album by David Holmes.

The track "Love Reign Over Me" is featured on Series 3 episode 5 "Freddie" of the U.K. version of Skins.[8] The track "Holy Pictures" is featured in football video game Pro Evolution Soccer 2010. "Theme / I.M.C." previously appeared on the compilation The Oh Yeah Sessions '08 as "McCready Rides Again".[9] The song "I Heard Wonders" was featured in the opening ceremony of London 2012 Olympics.

Track listing

  1. "I Heard Wonders"
  2. "The Story of the Ink"
  3. "Love Reign Over Me"
  4. "Theme / I.M.C."
  5. "Holy Pictures"
  6. "Kill Her with Kindness"
  7. "Melanie"
  8. "Hey Maggy"
  9. "Birth"
  10. "The Ballad of Sarah and Jack"
  11. "Return of the Nightfarmers" (iTunes bonus track)
  12. "The Dogs They Are Parading" (iTunes bonus track)

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