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  1. This is the Animals that Swim blog, which will occasionally be used to post information about the band and to link to online releases. We haven't really been active since , but in March we recorded a couple of new songs. There's some more ready to do if we happen to have the time,.
  2. "Homunculus" (Happiness From a Distant Star) ALBUM Workshy (with bonus tracks) Animals That Swim were almost completely overlooked at the time (and since), but fans of 90's indie/britpop will easily find much to admire, enjoy and be completely baffled by. Tezcatlipoca Joined Oct Community Mod.
  3. May 03,  · ANIMALS THAT SWIM Happiness from a Distant Star by request. Homunculus 5: The Moon And The Mothership ANIMALS THAT SWIM Happiness from a Distant Star 20 April (40) March (52).
  4. Explore releases from Animals That Swim at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Animals That Swim at the Discogs Marketplace.
  5. A homunculus (UK: / h ɒ ˈ m ʌ ŋ k j ʊ l ə s / hom-UNK-yuul-əs, US: / h oʊ ˈ-/ hohm-, Latin: [hɔˈmʊŋkʊlʊs]; "little person") is a representation of a small human zionawareliwarfocomlisabziapo.coinforized in sixteenth-century alchemy and nineteenth-century fiction, it has historically referred to the creation of a miniature, fully formed human. The concept has roots in preformationism as well as earlier.
  6. Album. Year Title Artist Rating Releases; Workshy: Animals That Swim: 2: I Was the King, I Really Was the King: Animals That Swim: 1: Happiness From a Distant Star: Animals That Swim: 1: Album + Compilation. Year Title Artist Rating Releases — The Best Of Animals That Swim: Animals That Swim: 1: EP. Year Title Artist Rating.
  7. The full scale Homunculus surrounds Eta Carinae, famously unstable massive stars in a binary system embedded in the extensive Carina Nebula about 7, light-years distant. Between and , Eta Carinae underwent the Great Eruption becoming the second brightest star in planet Earth's night sky and ejecting the Homunculus Nebula.

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