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|1. Crystal Sounds|
|2. The Loneliest Star|
|4. Imagine Life|
|7. After The Retreat|
|8. I Saw Stars Disappear|
|10. Out There|
|11. Send Myself To Sleep|
|13. In The Crowding|
|14. The Loneliest Star (Acoustic Version) [Exclusive to Amazon]|
|15. Home (Acoustic Version) [Exclusive to Amazon]|
|16. After The Retreat (Acoustic Version) [Exclusive to Amazon]|
Includes exclusive slipcase with limited copies signed by the band.
Four years after what they themselves describe as a difficult second album, Thirteen Senses release their new album, recorded, produced and mixed in their own London studio via their own B-Sirius label. Crystal Sounds is an expanded and remixed version of tracks the band placed on their website earlier in the year, adding unheard tracks "Send Myself To Sleep", "Concept" and "In The Crowding".
One listen to Crystal Sounds makes clear what their previous records only glimpsed. Always good with a melody and unafraid of being seen as ‘mainstream’ the new Thirteen Senses sound is more expansive, more muscular and more experimental. The lack of pressure to release also allowed the band reflective time to revisit the tracks and construct an album that flows, from the more accessible likes of "Crystal Sounds" and "Home" at its opening, to the march towards the epic gradients of "I Saw Stars Disappear" and the orchestral swirls and swoops of "Out There". With no pressures or expectations on their backs, Thirteen Senses have developed into the fully fledged epic pop band that was promised back at the beginning.
Just cant emphasize enough how underated , yet hardworking and honest these lads are ! ... Stayed true to their music over the years against all odds , they deserve so much more... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Mr. John Edwards
If you liked early Keane you will LOVE this, Thirteen senses are even better, the bands songs are incredible, each one a work of art, please please just buy it,you won't be... Read morePublished on 23 May 2011 by simonharr