Dirt Sense is the second studio album by South African recording artist Ashton Nyte, frontman for the Gothic Rock band The Awakening. Described as "stripped down, minimalist, under-produced, almost dirty", and "a powerful album with strong tunes and hard-hitting lyrics" the album contains some of the artist's "most personal" songs. A video was produced for the single Window and aired throughout South African music television. In 2005 Dirt Sense was re-released as a second edition, remixed and mastered with a bonus CD featuring, among others, Nyte's interpretation of Elvis's "Fever."

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  • Dirt Sense is the second studio album by South African recording artist Ashton Nyte, frontman for the Gothic Rock band The Awakening. Described as "stripped down, minimalist, under-produced, almost dirty", and "a powerful album with strong tunes and hard-hitting lyrics" the album contains some of the artist's "most personal" songs. A video was produced for the single Window and aired throughout South African music television. In 2005 Dirt Sense was re-released as a second edition, remixed and mastered with a bonus CD featuring, among others, Nyte's interpretation of Elvis's "Fever." (en)
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  • Dirt Sense is the second studio album by South African recording artist Ashton Nyte, frontman for the Gothic Rock band The Awakening. Described as "stripped down, minimalist, under-produced, almost dirty", and "a powerful album with strong tunes and hard-hitting lyrics" the album contains some of the artist's "most personal" songs. A video was produced for the single Window and aired throughout South African music television. In 2005 Dirt Sense was re-released as a second edition, remixed and mastered with a bonus CD featuring, among others, Nyte's interpretation of Elvis's "Fever." (en)
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