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A Roller Coaster Of Emotions,
This review is from: Everything's Eventual (Audio CD)
Who would have thought that the Appleton sisters would ever reconsider coming back to the music scene after all the stress and arguing they went through with Shazney Lewis and Melanie Blatt. I was convinced Melanie Blatt would be the one that continues her career once she released "24/7" with Artful Dodger.
But the release of "Fantasy" brought Appleton back to business when it got to number 2. Rumours said that Appleton were dropped by the record company before they had a chance to release the album, that would have been believable in the past six months where we didn't hear anything from the girls. But after six months they have returned with another top five single "Don't Worry" and the fantastic album "Everythings Eventual". How can I describe the album when the title says it all, it is an amazing album which is nothing like any other artists out there in the music industry. The album has a variarty of music catergories such as, rock (Fantasy, blow my mind) Indie (Don't Worry, Anyone) and songs that have the All Saints feeling (Ring A Ding Ding, W.M.A.)
It is hard for a big fan of Appleton such as me to give the album fives stars without being Biased, but I have listened to so many times, and I have found that the songs are addictive, and incredible. "Everythings Eventual" is full of mixed emotions, and has proven that Appleton have pure talent.
It was worth the wait, and is worth the time, so if your a fan of Appleton then I strongly recommend this album.