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  • Audio CD (December 6, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Deep Elm
  • ASIN: B000068Q1T
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #875,769 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Scott Heisel on December 20, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I'm really running out of things to say about Deep Elm CDs nowadays. It's not that they're all identical in style - far from it. It's not that they all just plain .... - no chance. It's just that they're all on par with each other, and each band seems to be making great music. Lewis isn't much different.
Lewis, from Dallas, TX [the third band on Deep Elm with that distinction] spins a web of intricate indie rock with electronic flourishes that might warrant a comparison to Radiohead, if Radiohead went a bit more "emo" on us. The album's 10 tracks slide by the listener in a little over 45 minutes, and you really do wonder where the time went - sadly, it's because most of the songs really tend to blend together.
The band's musicianship is great, though - I could listen to the guitarists in this band go back and forth for hours. The problem is, all the band members seem kind of stuck in their ways. The idea of "well, it worked for the last song, let's try it for this song!" seems to be pretty prevelant here.
This CD definitely is easy to swallow, however. I leave a lot of my CDs on repeat all day long on my family's computer when I am home for school breaks [such as I am now]. Most get turned off as soon as my mom, dad, or sister come downstairs to use the computer. Amazingly, this CD stayed in as my sister checked her email, my mom designed a flier, and my dad did his accounting - I was shocked each time someone would leave the room and the music was still eminating, at a rather high volume, too. So if anything, this is a CD that honestly could appeal to anyone who has open ears.
My biggest complaint is that once you put the CD away, it's damn near impossible to remember anything *from* the CD.
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Lewis plays typical Deep Elm fare, alternating between lofi guitar patternations and serene vocals, to more furious electric guitar crashes and sometimes screaming vocals. The instrumentation on the whole, is excellent and what I've come to expect from the label. After one listen, one can tell they are good musicians, feeding off one another to create a full, all emcompassing sound. The album's opener starts the record on a very up note, with rich vocals, a good melody, a soft but persistant beat, deft guitar work, and interesting lyrics. However, songs 2,3,4 sound a little long winded and would sound better trimmed down to 3 minutes. However, the lyrical quality remains intact as the lead singer poses thoughtful questions and makes keen observations. Song #5 also stands out, for its outstanding guitar work, slight patternation nuances and rhythm changes really capture the "Deep Elm" sound. The melody is perhaps stronger on this song than any other, and the simply wonderful vocals rise above the track hightening the songs message of isolation. The remaining tracks, while not quite as strong, showcase focused musicianship, thoughtful lyrics and generally excellent choruses infused with tight harmonies. Lewis continues Deep Elm's tradition of excellence with, "Even So", the first output from Lewis. Fans of Brandtson, Benton Falls, The Appleseed Cast, and other Deep Elm bands will not be disappointed.
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