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  • Audio CD (1 Oct. 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Virgin
  • ASIN: B00005O6ZJ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 88,408 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 18 Oct. 2001
Format: Audio CD
For those who bought Nicolai's previous album, 'This Cloud Is Learning', the new album is a much more demanding proposition. Gone are the sparse arrangements and the intimate vocals. There is a sense of turmoil here, communicated most by the strangled vocal performances he gives. If Van Morrison was heavily intoxicated and full of longing, this is what he would sound like. If the previous album could be considered almost easy listening in its style, this one is difficult listening. The engaging songwriting is still present, but buried in a whirl of instrumentation. There are only a couple of
genuinely quiet moments on the album; one
is 'The Nest', but that only lasts a minute or so, and the other is the final track 'Pass The Chains', which is eerie and slightly menacing.
'Soul Rush' is an album that works for a listener if he lets the sonic torrent carry him to its unsettling conclusion. There are some powerfully dynamic moments along the way, such as 'Dr Zhivago's Train', on which one feels the incessant forward momentum of the train, the trumpet, trombone and saxophone shouting from the window in an almost frenzied manner. This album is about the darker, more addictive side of love. It has its uplifting moments, such as the title track, with its lilting melody, but the sense of innocence that pervaded the last album is largely absent from this one. Some listeners may find it difficult to come to terms with Nicolai's strangled vocals, which are nowhere near as charming and engaging as they were in the intimate surroundings of the previous album, but this is an album that bears dividends with each further listen. As long as one accepts that this album has little in common with the previous one, and that Nicolai is radically evolving his sound, this album will not be a disappointment.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Really good music 14 Nov. 2002
By J. Toth - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album is really quite something. Of all of the musicians who have been influenced by Van Morrison, Dunger seems to be the one to whom it comes most naturally and whose music is able to make it the furthest out of the shadows of the great musician. There is also quite a bit of Dylan and Tom Waits to be heard in the album as well. Nevertheless, the originality of the music is not compromised at all because of the overwhelming origionality of many of the pieces. It truly is a wild album and despite the attempt at self-sabotage in the middle of the album (the Tom Waits tinkering and pan-banging provides some sublime moments but not too many coherent songs) but the five or six outstanding tunes on the album speak for themselves. Among them, the first five tunes are really masterworks culminating in the absolutely stunning track "Dr. Zhivago's Train." This is a great album and has grown immeasurably after several trips through the player.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
amazing! 10 Sept. 2002
By "stereototal" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Dark & down, but definatley not out- Soul Rush is an incredibly upfront, heartfelt singer songwriter album. Reminds me on different occasions of Jeff Buckley, Van Morrison, even Ryan Adams, yet this guy still has a really unique (and incredible!) voice. If you like any of those artists (as I do), I'd suggest checking out this CD.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A complicated piece of genius 22 Dec. 2004
By Alphamonkey - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Soul Rush is an album that asks a lot of it's listeners, but gives so much in return. The opening track "I'd Rather Die" is a heartbreakingly beautiful song that is meticulously layered with a wide array of sounds (a technique that is used liberally throughout the album, especially so on "Doctor Zhivago's Train"). While on some speaker sets, the album can sound muddied and bogged down, headphones are a perfect way to hear just how nuanced and beautiful the arrangements truly are.

With a firm grasp of Van Morrison-esque blue eyed soul, Dunger does an amazing job utilizing a jazz band to play country flavored R&B. All in all, this album is very reminisce of an Astral Weeks period Morrison, and the comparison is justified on songs like "Something New" and the title track, "Soul Rush", with joyous and explosive vocals over sweeping melodies.

A must have album from an amazingly talented songwriter.
7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Not a Straight Through Listen... 7 Jan. 2003
By "swwightman" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
When I previewed the first five songs on Nicolai Dunger's "Soul Rush," I was immediately excited about his blend of bar room rock and country twangs (even though he's Swedish - go figure) and promptly ordered this album. Upon receiving it, I spent a couple hours listening to the whole album and afterwards, realized that during the last half of the album, I had been praying for each song to end as soon as possible.
The whole second half of the album is bogged down with long, drawn-out ballads about love and loss (mostly), only each seems to go on and on without purpose. Don't get me wrong, I like ballads as much as the next person, but these ballads are almost too whiny and self-indulgent to be endured. I don't know what happened to the energy of "Something New" or the creative instrumentation of "Dr. Zhivago's Train" or the country-folk guitar on "I'd Rather Die," but all these elements somehow fade on the second half of the album. And it's a shame, because the first half of the album is so dynamic, so catchy and so fresh.
Nicolai Dunger probably deserves more credit than I'm giving him for this album, but for me, this album has more songs to skip than enjoy. It seems that he was trying out a bunch of different styles and musical formats; hopefully, on his next offering, he will ditch the drowning ballads and produce an album that is alive and breathing, and doesn't need the aid of the "skip" button.
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Fantastic record - Astral Weeks meets Rufus and Jeff Buckley 15 Oct. 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is one of the best records of the year....If you like Van Morrison, Jeff Buckley, Rufus Wainwright, Neil Halstead, etc. this fits right in there. a wonderful record.
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