Catch the Spirit: Complete Anthology Import
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If you enjoy this band and whether you have _Heroes Never Die_ or not, I recommend for you get this. Now some people might say, "Wah, but I already have all these songs!" Well...that's only partially true. The band has recorded everything here, and sometimes they have some pretty big differences. For instance, Heather Findlay (:P'''') takes over lead vocals on "We Come and We Go". Less evident changes include a deeper bass presence on "Goodbye Alone", a more ethereal atmosphere to "The Gap Is Too Wide", a big riff opening "Nowhere to Hide" rather than drunken singing, a more rocking arrangement on "Prints in the Stone", and a spine-tingling cadences of angels on "Mother Nature" and "Heroes Never Die". If you've heard the band's live album _The Story So Far_, you are likely to recognize that many of the songs here are based on the changes made in the live setting. While the changes are largely subtle, but it's quite remarkable how subtle modifications can really alter the sound of the song. There is also a new song (or maybe an old b-side) called "Noise from My Head" which is, like everything this band does, superb. It is a more rocking song a la "Never the Rainbow" with Heather Findlay's pearly voice.
For the Mostly Autumn newbie, I can think of no better place to start (although all of their albums are excellent in their own right). _Catch the Spirit_ doesn't cost much more than their older albums but you get twice as much material.Read more ›
I prefer classic prog, so I can't really get into this band. But I give them 4 stars anyway because what they do, they do pretty well.
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I ordered this CD for what seemed to be a very good price, relatively speaking. After many weeks, Zoverstocks asked me to wait a even longer. Read morePublished on April 11, 2014 by Sounddog
Next to Radiohead, Porcupine Tree, Pendragon, Karmakanic, Gazpacho, Sylvan and RPWL, Mostly Autumn is one of the most ambitious and talented present European rock bands I am aware... Read morePublished on October 18, 2009 by Deven Gadula