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  • Vinyl (January 1, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • ASIN: B001A4MM60
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,551,747 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Headphone Commute on August 17, 2008
Format: MP3 Music
Daturah - Reverie (Golden Antenna / Graveface)

I don't know why, but I simply love extended post-rock tracks that evolve over a course of ten to fifteen minutes. A track becomes a whole story, a movement, an extraordinary composition. And Daturah, the Frankfurt (Germany) based instrumental five piece band, accomplishes just that. The dynamics build up and drop, the rhythm breaks and picks up again, and the melodies draw me in, unfolding like a trip through a familiar mountain climb, only to reveal a new breathtaking view once you reach the top; and once I'm at the peak, I fall and soar with music towards the sea of sound. I also can relate to this description in the band's bio: "Sand disperses. Counterpoints are set discreet. Suddenly and abrupt you climb up. Newly awoken the listener gets pulled up in a mighty swirl. Resistance seems pointless, but maybe someone is rescuing the listener from an apocalyptical, stormy sea..." Reverie is Daturah's sophomore album. The five tracks seamlessly flow into one another, at times dropping into the ambiance of shoegaze, at times insisting on crashing down the post-metal barrier. Daturah formed back in 2003. After the self titled debut release in 2005, Daturah has toured the world, playing alongside The Thermals, Do Make Say Think, Gregor Samsa, and Mono. Reverie is released on Golden Antenna, a German label previously responsible for Maserati; and on Chicago based Graveface Records with a roster of artists such as Black Moth Super Rainbow, Dreamend and Monster Movie. I would love to see Daturah live. Perhaps Graveface will bring them in [wink]. Be sure to pickup the first self-titled album, Daturah. Recommended for the likes of Mogwai, GSY!BE, Caspian, Yndi Halda, This Will Destroy You, Red Sparowes, as well as Isis and Pelican.
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2 of 5 people found the following review helpful By I. Quann on November 29, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I dont love this album and I dont hate this album, and I think that's the worst thing you can say about a piece of music. The first two minutes really excited me; a beautiful building cacophony with some great vocal samples overlaid, but then as it dived into some very average post rock, my hopes died. This sounds like the sort of great noise that came from mid period Godspeed a few years back, but it has really been done to death. BIG emotion, followed by delicate bit, followed by BIG emotion, followed by... you get the idea. Caspian and a thousand other bands are doing this same thing. Theres nothing really wrong with this album, they sound accomplished enough; but these guys sound like music fans rather than musicians exploring their own sound.
5.5 out of 10 - Must try harder!
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