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Great album - if you weren't expecting Chicane as we know it.,
This review is from: CHICANE / SOMERSAULT (Audio CD)
I have been an absolute Chicane addict for years now and I had so long awaited this album because I was absolutely desperate for my next 'fix'. Chicane is the only music I have that makes me want to burst out of my skin, cry, laugh, love the world and disolve into inexplicable feelings when I listen to it - every time I listen to it!
It's Chicane's outstanding and astounding combination of inspiring and emotive vocals, depths and layers of perfect, thrilling sounds and beauty that makes the music so wonderful and it's THAT Chicane that I needed so desperately but alas, alak, that era seems to have passed (but I certainly hope not!)
I am not discounting that this is a good album, if you had never heard Chicane before, or you weren't searching for that very specific Chicane sound, you'd love it so well done to him for changing his sound - there's nothing wrong with that, but now who should I listen to to get that same feeling?
If anyone can please point me in the direction of an album or artist that is the same type of music as ETA and FFTMC, please please (email me) and let me (and other desperate seekers) know!
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Initial post: 19 Nov 2007 11:27:14 GMT
i couldn't agree more with this comment. It's a good album but not a "Chicane like" it's totaly diferent and i'm a bit sad about it. Similar artists are: Armin Van Buren, Salt Tank, Nalin
In reply to an earlier post on 21 Jun 2010 00:17:27 BDT
S. Leslie says:
Hmmm, I disagree with the Armin and Nalin comment, but agree with Salt Tank. Try also Dousk - his first album DIY is very like Chicane - a bit more upbeat perhaps.
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