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In Heaven

September 27, 2011 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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3:53
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4:03
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4:43
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3:29
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3:52
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3:46
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2:34
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2:17
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2:38
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4:13
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By pcaps on December 1, 2011
Format: MP3 Music
I really love "Color Your Life" so I had pretty high expectations for this album. I think it's nice but a bunch of the songs are forgettable. I have to give it major props for "Stop" (may be one of my top earworms of the year), and of course the beautiful, epic "Kimmi." But there are too many songs here that are just meh--although they definitely do a good job of trying different instrumentation and taking chances.
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Format: Audio CD
Simply gorgeous, shimmering, feather-fragile electronic pop that casts a magical aura of celestial
lounge atmospherics; with ventures into soft jazzy, laid-back trip-hop/disco rhythms--all led by
compelling, child-like female vocals. Immaculately produced, radio ready, subtle funky/fun post-
disco electronic indie pop/swoon mixed with eerie, haunting tremolo guitar dreampop. Like a mix
of Stereolab, Everything But the Girl, Broadcast, Sade, Young Marble Giants, Blonde Redhead...
from Austin, Texas.
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Format: Audio CD
Upon album opener `Daniel', the listener immediately feels comfortable and settled. Why wouldn't you? It's so simply delightful, warm, soft and inviting. However this aesthetic is not entirely kept up throughout the bands debut LP, although each track is kept similarly smart and simple, without digression or over-indulgence. I do wish for a little more consistency but despite the variety of the tracks everything is kept balanced and nuanced, with squeaky clean production and an ear for modestly catchy pop hooks, the kind that repeat themselves in your dreams, softly cooing you into tranquility.
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Format: Audio CD
Had this CD unwrapped at Luna Music in Indianapolis (support "Indy" record stores!) and started to dig in. What an atmosphere and voice, goodness. They deserve five stars just for the clean sound and first track. Back in Miami and loving it.
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