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Could this album sound the way that prozac feels?
on April 1, 2003
On the surface Lost Horizons has the blase character of an overproduced glee club medley. While I have never used Prozac, I suspect that the effervescent orchestration and utopian vocalizations found here are morally equivalent to the preternatural emotional equilibrium that the drug is purported to provide. Still, it is clear that something darker is probing the periphery. I mean, nobody can be this upbeat, and no drug can fend off every last tendril of panic, right?
Many reviewers find Lost Horizons impossible to resist. Despite the palpable edginess of the album, I cannot endure its ceaseless melodic boosterism.