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Unison

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  • Audio CD (May 20, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Lakeshore Records
  • ASIN: B000091AMU
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #393,974 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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You want to hear something truly original? Just listen to a sample or two. You have to buy this CD. If I were you I'd get down to a show or two. These guys are the real thing. Jesus Chist.
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This is a sublime album for a number of reasons. The production of the album is relatively desolate, like it's being set in a post-apocalyptic world (kind of like if you've ever seen the movie _Eraserhead_, that's the feel it gives.), except, instead of it being cloudy and damp, it's sunny and vibrant so the listener is never allowed to sink _too_] deep. This is pulled off by the singers high crooning lines through the album, with his pitch rarely varying. It's droning but it fits the production value of the album very well. The same goes for the background singers, they all carry this sort of ethereal, foggy, for a mental image, and droning timbre. Which is a direct opposite to the music on the album, uplifting guitar passages with deep bass lines and quite solid, playful drumming. It's interesting to see how these styles of music coexist to create the feeling I described a few sentences earlier.

Which leads me into my next comment--the album allows the listener to choose their mood for the duration of it. It's like a choose your own adventure story, if you're bummed out then the album is going to keep you in that state, it probably isn't going to pull you out of it (it might, if you're willing), but, if you are in a great mood then it's going to feel like the dreamiest pop album you ever heard, with your mind drifting and swaying through each of the 11 songs. It's really a hard album to write about because it has such a unique sound, and it's also one of the most fascinating to listen to because of that unique sound. The only way to truly understand it is to experience it. Whether it's in a dark room, late at night, or on a porch at sunset, or in a bedroom with headphones, or in a field, or wherever, it's going to suit that situation. It's flexible, bending as far as your imagination will allow it to. Homesick for Space _Unison_. Try it out... give it 45 minutes of your time. You might not come out the same person.
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By A Customer on May 22, 2003
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Homesick For Space(HFS) delivers a unique sound remeniscent of earlier Radiohead stylings with a more piano base to it. The vocal harmonies are amazing and progress perfectly with the many guitar parts throughout the CD. The best part of this album is by far the drumming. With almost offbeat patterns the drums set the pace for the entire CD, slowing it down to almost a complete stop sometime, just tpo build it back up to a choir of muscial talent. One can not overlook the jazziness influence of the drums that all the more makes HFS a more unique band. A+
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