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4:03
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2
4:52
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3
4:54
30
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6:46
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6:06
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5:54
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5:11
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4:28
30
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3:20
30
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3:29
30
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6:20
30
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4:24
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Hope is an outstanding following up to A World We Pretend and tastefully expands the band's sonic palette from what the freshman release offers. It continues to mix lush synthscapes, lyrics full of poise and insight, and haunting vocals into a terrific medley of ethereal goodness. I definitely recommend buying the whole release instead of one or two songs. While I would stop short of calling it a 'concept album', it does clearly have a logical progression from one song to the next. The release would compliment the library of any fan of melodic, electronic music.
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This is a true gem! The whole album plays very well with not a bad song! Moods fluctuate and the it is a joy to listen to! Looking very forward to seeing The Twilight Garden and Velvet Acid Christ touring together this year!
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I like this piece. It is great for relecting a mood, or a rainy day drive.
Hit play, stare into space, wake up next day.
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Bland, meandering pointless songs. Dumb lyrics and an awful singing voice. Just my take on this take on darkwave, but it proves how much better the Europeans are in making memorable records. One to skip for sure. And, contrary to a prior review, most of this isn't anywhere close to being ethereal. If the band named itself after the moody Cure b-side from their High single, and if they had recorded more songs in that vein, as track 1 is, things might've looked up to look down and be a good depressed, and not schizo and trying to find its own voice. Just my take.
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