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|2. The Prize|
|3. Pode Ficar|
|9. O Nome Dela|
|11. Interior Life|
|12. E Ai Esqueco|
The true unique quality here is the insanely beautiful and strangely simple melodies.
The guitar play is wonderful, effects add a nice layer of touch and the saxaphone adds a kind of foreboding in the music.
The downside is that a few songs, while good in their own right, are too aggressive to be pretty.
This is the first Arto Lindsay album I have reviewed, though I am far from being a newcomer to his music or even sound. Read morePublished on January 26, 2012 by bordersj2
For some reason, 'Mundo Civilizado' seems to be regarded as Lindsay's masterpiece, but I like this one a whole lot better, just because 'Mundo' has a lot of okay songs, while this... Read morePublished on September 29, 2011 by Justin F. Gaynor
You might think that the mix of post-punk and soft brazilian pop is for an aquired taste, but the rather alternative rhytmic universe is not what this album is about. Read morePublished on June 19, 2010 by C Nielsen