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DayDream Anonymous CD

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  • Audio CD (5 Sept. 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Republic of Music
  • ASIN: B000UPCDG4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 152,167 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. Rigg on 18 Aug. 2007
Format: Audio CD
As a hardcore InMe fan this album is a must have for me. They have progressed so much from the young rawness of their first album 'Overgrown Eden' into a pure rock/grunge act.

This is their third album and judging from the song samples and the live tracks I've seen them perform its set to be a fantastic album mixing everything from subtle angelic singing to growls and screams. This will be InMe's coming of age album, showcasing their talent as a group as well as Dave's lyrical talent for writing catchy, heartfelt songs that have an intelligence about them without a hint of arrogance.

With Joe's (the bass player) departure and the introduction of new member Greg McPherson (Dave's younger brother) on bass, the band have found a new closeness like never before and that shines through when you listen to the tracks on `Daydream Anonymous' ranging from the personal songs like `Thank You For Leaving Me' to the sing along anthems of `I Won't Let Go' there is something for everyone to enjoy.

They are one of the best live bands I've ever personally seen, they're experts at their craft and are a very down to earth, unstable, genuine band..

This is honest music, made by honest people. If you liked the other two albums you HAVE to own this, if you didn't, you'll probably find something on this album that you will like. It'll appeal not just to their fan base but also to anyone who likes hard hitting rock, grunge, metal and even pop-rock.

The progression they have made is truly magnificent.. I suggest you all get this album.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Foster on 5 Sept. 2007
Format: Audio CD
nMe were basically dead this time last year, and now look what they've achieved, this brilliant piece of music. WELL DONE BOYS!!!

Iv managed to get hold off this album couple days before release by total fluke, and i must say, it is amazing. In fact I'm listening to it through for the third time as i write this, and its getting better and better.

Its a departure from the debut Overgrown Eden. And manages 2 take the odd best bit from there 2nd album White Butterfly,

However.

This Is A Whole new InME. An ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE INME. An InMe in overdrive. There isn't a bad song here, It keeps going all the way and its relentless. A problem i had with white butterfly was it kinda got too slow after track 10, but with this, its pure rock through to the end.

And , MY GOD! these guys can play! this album is so dam technical, its amazing 2 here such good playing, I don't think there are many albums out there in the British Rock scene at the moment with as good guitar work, you'll notice this mainly on the faster songs obviously, Especially the opener, Myths and Photographs, that basically sums up how complex and how catchy the rest of the album is.
All the songs stand out and Id say at the moment my favorite songs are...
Raindrops on Stones, and , Cracking the whip..

Any Fan Of InMe , this is a MUST HAVE! if you didn't like them before, try it and I'm sure you'll be pleasantly surprised.
BUY IT NOW!

These Guys Deserve to be HUGE!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Carl Hall on 14 Sept. 2007
Format: Audio CD
I have been a huge InMe fan since Overgrown Eden back in 2003, i listened to it non stop for ages, then White Butterfly came out in 2005 a couple of days before i went on holiday, i remeber taking it with me and thinking that there was no way that they could get better, how i was wrong...

This is the best album that i have ever listened to, every song is superb, especially In Loving Memory, 2nd Jonquil and Myths and Photographs, if you are a fan of InMe then you should definately buy this album, won't regret it; and if you're not a fan then buying this would make you one.

You can easily see how InMe have developed over the last few years, this album is different to OE and WB, but different in a very very good way. I think this will be the one that will make InMe HUGE in the future as they are a very under rated band.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ms. S. A. Eyre on 18 Sept. 2007
Format: Audio CD
In my teens I really loved Inme and I was a faithful fan. Went to see them 4 times in concert and listened to their music religiously. Then all went pretty quiet from the boys and my music taste moved on. When I saw that they had released this third album I thought I had to buy it. I was very surprised at how much I still liked their music. This album is still very Inme, but they do seem to have changed their style a little by making the songs far more catchy. I think its a fantsatic album! I'm constantly finding myself humming their songs! Love it!! Especially tracks 1, 3 & 6!
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"Through the desert marching slowly, walking towards the green, in a forest so damp and withered, where nothing is what it seems. To the mountains way beyond him, sees his fathers face in rocks, got to get there got to keep going, but now his smile drops. He's gone back to where he started, gone back to hell knows where, finds some water in a bottle cant open, this thirst is his despair. Falls to his knees and crying, crying won't get you anywhere"

2003 saw the meteoric rise of Essex trio InMe, with their debut album 'Overgrown Eden' spawning 4 singles, which caused severe hype and expectation of the young 20 somethings for the future of rock. A second album 'White Butterfly' in 2005 proved to be even more successful among critics and fans alike - indicated by this time around, releasing 5 singles and their official music videos. Somehow though, 2 years later, the 3rd album 'Daydream Anonymous' suffered a stuttering release with very little advertising or anticipation. It appeared that a change in record label had proven to be a deadweight on the truly ambitious, lofty heights of a progressive metal band. 5 years of experience under their belts and increasing talent in technicality made for a stellar combination, creating a strong and imaginative album. Regardless, it was InMe's lowest charting cd and ended up with only one single in 'I Won't Let Go'. The departure of their label, the pressure and casual audience though, seemed to be a relief as the sound is more defined and confident, as the Mcpherson brothers team up to write blissful rock music for the loyalest of fans (old bassist Joe Morgan would leave after touring the 2nd album).
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