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The long awaited new release from Transcendence. Ed Hale and the boys deliver 13 new tracks (plus bonus material) on this follow up to last year's worldly Rise and Shine. Sleep with you is darker (Junkie, Vicodin) and rocks harder (I'm not the only one, Sleep with you) than its predecessor. Its mood is at once passionate and romantic (Beautiful one, Veronica) and cheeky (Minnie Driver, Girls) and fun (Super hero girl). Gone are the multi-cultural world-music leanings as the band delivers over the top alt-rock and brit-pop ear candy dressed up in beautiful melodies and soaring guitar. This is the heaviest the band has ever sounded, and the most authentic as a "rock band" as evidenced by the pounding bass and drums on almost every track that warrants such. Not that Sleep with you is all rock. As much as it rocks, its not. Guilty is as radio friendly pop as you can find, and Keep moving on could be an alternate track from U2's All that you cant leave behind. The album closes with the delicate and gorgeous fire-side ballad Little tree, and then explodes into a thunderous one chord anthem complete with Zeppelinesqe strings and some seriously head-spinning guitar before trailing off into dreamy samples and feedback.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 1, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: August 1, 2003
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: tmg records
  • ASIN: B0000CEJFT
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,064,678 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Even though this is a departure from Ed Hale's last album, Rise and Shine, THIS CD IS REALLY GOOD. I am known by my friends as one who is constantly looking for new and GOOD music. They expect to hear something new when they are over. Recently I put this cd on and straight away my friends were asking "Who is this?" This was just at the first song, Sleep with You. I knew then that I was not the only one that was going love their new cd. I really like the lyrics throughout, the song Veronica is one of my favorites. I think Minnie Driver is just a good time and Beautiful One is very expressive.
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I could write one of those awfully redundant reviews on how this is the
greatest album of the year, and use a bunch of clichés that have been
milked for every last drop over the years. It seems to me like there is
a bunch of generic review write-ups that critics use for any band by
picking them out of a hat. They use the normal hype/jargon and drop a
few names i.e. Buckley, Bono, Radiohead that rarely pertain to the band
being reviewed. After I have read most reviews I am left with knowing
nothing about the band and how it really sounds.
Ok I'm done with my rant, and in response to the above rant, I'm going
to write a specific review about the new Transcendence album and how it
makes me feel. Hopefully giving people interested a real idea of what
to expect.
Instead of getting too heady about the new album, I have put sleep with
you in my ear drum damaging walkman so as to get as emotionally
connected to it as possible as I write this review.
Ok volume is turned up all the way and my ears are in pain, here we go:
>From the opening track you can tell this is a whole new Transcendence.
It's like the whole band is on the edge, and at any time could lose it.
The guitar sound is so much heavier this time around, but still retains
much of the melodic sound Transcendence is known for. The crazy amount
of creativity in the guitar work alone should keep most listeners happy
for a LONG time. If you are sick of the typical guitar sound that is so
trendy right now, Transcendence will blow your mind; and your ears if
you listen to it as loud as I am right now.
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By A Customer on November 12, 2003
Format: Audio CD
To fully appreciate the depth of Transcendence's new record "Sleep With You", you must get past the ultra catchy, yet somewhat cheesy pop rock songs like Sleep With You, Superhero Girl & Minnie Driver before you can dig deeper into the troubled soul of singer/songwriter Ed Hale on the Radiohead-like Vicodin or the seven minute Lou Reed/U2-like Junkie. But the album's true gem is the Queens of the Stone Ageish I'm Not the Only One which features Fernando Perdomo's sonic guitar assault, and keyboardist John Rose's haunting rhodes melody.
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After thoroughly enjoying Transcendence's Rise and Shine, I was wary of the harder edge sound. My fears were put to rest about 45 seconds into the first(and title) track....instantly reeling me in as any hook to a great song should do. It would be hard to pick a favorite on this CD...Veronica is one of the milder tracks, yet one of my favorites sounding a bit like Filter...and I'm Not the Only One rocks with a hint of AudioSlave. I am grateful that Transcendence is brave enough to search for new sounds, but alas...they can stop looking!!!
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