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Don't Forget To Remember

24 Sep 2007 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 24 Sep 2007
  • Label: Reaction Records
  • Copyright: 2007 Reaction Records
  • Total Length: 40:50
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  • ASIN: B001RSC8XQ
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 75,370 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Sera69 on 8 Nov 2007
Format: Audio CD
If you're here you obviously have a taste for impassioned, emotive rock. Music with depth, feeling and quality. The kind of music that stays with you past the first listen, past even the 20th listen. The kind of music that becomes an indespensible part of your life.

This is Puressence.

Only Snow Patrol and Radiohead at their best come close. And it's a crime of the greatest magnitude that this band's name doesn't trip off the tongue as readily as "OK Computer" "Run" or (God help us...) "Coldplay" when those "best of..." lists come round.

This, their fourth album, eschews some of the open and melancholic soundtracks of previous releases and ups the ampage to produce a superb, almost wall-of-sound effect. It washes over you with James's voice a shining diamond in the barrage. It's a unique voice, to be sure, but utterly spellbinding.

Please, if you're even a little tempted, just take five minutes and look at the reviews and stars for Puressence's previous three albums.

They are:
Puressence
Only Forever
Planet Helpless

This is not advertising or sloganeering, this band have been the BEST band in the country for almost ten years. Be warned though, if you buy one you will buy all four.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Monkey Man on 9 Oct 2007
Format: Audio CD
While bands like The Stone Roses are hailed for producing one great album, Puressence produce classic album after classic album and remain virtually unknown. Whether this will change with the release of this album is anyone's guess, but it's clear from the first crash of windswept opener 'Moonbeam' that this is another classic. Puressence excell at epic despair and widescreen emotion and make bands like Coldplay suddennly seem...well, a bit silly. Buy this, let it grow, you won't regret it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. de Leeuw on 11 Jan 2009
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Eh, I do have the previous albums from these guys but to be honest I forgot a bit about them and assumed they had split up years ago, in view of lack of success. So I was pleasantly surprised to read a few weeks ago they had released a 4th album last year. This week I received it and since then: I'm in love. This must be their most balanced work so far, with 40 minutes of passion in rock. A wall of sound, James' beautiful voice, magical guitar, great production; this album has it all. Epic indie rock in best practice mode. So forget about The Killers, Coldplay etc. and give this one a try. You will end up with the WOW-feeling, definitely.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Music That Matters on 26 Sep 2007
Format: Audio CD
Five years on from their last offering, Failsworth's finest return with another set of blistering tunes, anthemic choruses and songs that are just instantly memorable. From the commerciality of singles Pallisades & Drop Down, to the harmonic beauty of Sold Unseen & Brainwaves, through to the power-laden Bitter Pill and Life Comes Down Hard, this album should be on everybody's indie hitlist for 2007. If you like this album, then the band's back catalogue is essential listening. Once heard, James Mudriczki's quite beautiful voice will haunt you forever.
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By jelicalcat on 3 Mar 2013
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i love puressence, they sound so unique, and are brilliant live, their music is always different, i would definately recommend
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By Ian S on 30 Nov 2012
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It's hard to know how long one band can be such an ignored treasure. This album is just a constant flow of superbly written music. There's no duff track to be heard throughout. My personal favourite is Don't Know Any Better, a thoroughly enchanting song that never fails to put a smile on your face.

If you enjoy indie rock, then any Puressence album is a must buy, and this one should probably be top of your list.
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By Rowan on 15 Aug 2012
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I am a fan of Puressence, but this album takes it up a knotch in my book :) a colleague at work once described another album by them as SCORCHING. This album takes things a tad more relaxed at times, just a tad, holding back on the big production values and letting instruments sail along at times with an assurance and sensitivity before letting rip again. Great stuff, may more and more people get to hear about them. We love them, and more people should.
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By Music Nut on 2 Jan 2012
Format: Audio CD
I'd heard good things about these guys but never realized just how good they are. This album is the pinnacle of their career so far, as they leave behind the harder-edged sound of their previous offerings and move into gentler more melodic alternative rock, very reminiscent of R.E.M. at their most beautiful. Almost every song here is pure genius, although special mention has to go to the title track and the best song in the album, 'brainwaves'. This is one purchase you definitely will not regret.
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