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Their best and most lasting effort,
By A Customer
This review is from: Seven (Audio CD)
A highlight of the musical scene of the beginning of the 90's. Though mainly considered somewhat of a 'students' album, 'SEVEN' has has become much more than that.
Vastly superior to the bands other albums, 'SEVEN' has a feeling of timelessness about it. The album speaks to the listener, appealing to all emotions that we experience, love, hate, joyful optimism, despair and anger.
I remember listening to this on my headphones on long coach trips. It took me away and made the trip an actual 'journey'.
From the opening, tingling notes of 'Born of Frustration' to the closing 'Seven' the listener will be part of the album.
Highlights of the album are 'Born of Frustration', the aching duet 'Don't wait that long' and the mournfully sweet 'Heavens'.
A snapshot in time from a band who were at their peak. Relive those memories.