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5.0 out of 5 stars Heavenly Harmonies of "ROSE", 24 Oct 2000
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vrojas@akingump.com (DALLAS, TEXAS (USA)) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Sleep Now Forever (Audio CD)
Yet Again Rose McDowall from "Spell" and "Strawberry Switchblade" trances your Heart Into another Universe! If your a fan of Lovely Voices that Left your Soul! This CD will do It! The instrumentation is Grand. I hope someday Everyone can Feel the Softness of "ROSE's" Soulful Words and Harmonies! VINCE in TEXAS
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5.0 out of 5 stars Trapped Canary, 20 Jan 2012
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Dr. Delvis Memphistopheles "FIST" (London) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Sleep Now Forever (Audio CD)
Soft Sweet Cadences, falling like strewn petals, plucked from a radiant multi hued flower, whilst angels strum their golden harps on white cumulis clouds. All taking place on a hot bright blue day. The songs are rich deep red odes to the sweet breath of the life force, inhaling and exhaling, lying on a horizontal plane, eyes gently closed. These sounds will wash over the air and provide a gentle lilt as a choir of seraphim, chide the last rites.

A companion in aura to Julee Cruise and David Lynch's early 90's sounds.

Rose, often sings accompanied by the masculine presence of Boyd Rice, Doug Pierce or David Tibet here delivers a solo outing. Not as desolate as Jarboe, Diamanda Galas, Lydia Lunch or Nico this has a more tragic popular sensibility, wrapped a deep breathe vocal, whispering its unease around its core. Still, it has a heartbeat, pumping away from the styles of a tragic morass, trapped in sugar coated love, just lying forever out of reach.

Here Rose sings as a trapped canary gazing onto a somnolent world, letting them know the methane has finally caught them unawares.
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