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Peach Union - Audiopeach
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"On My Own" is an anthemic opener with great hooks and beats that are happy and take charge. Released as a single (with some good remixes), this single had a modicum of success in the States. "From This Moment On" has a bouncy Ace of Base feel with some added anthemic-style orchestrations. "Made in Vain" is fun and head bopping with certain dance floor appeal with its great bass, classic piano hooks, and interesting atmospheric programming effects. A bit more subdued in tone, "Perfect World" is plaintive but uptempo and danceable in a darker, moody setting. "Sorrow Town" is a great attitude and dance tune with hard-hitting lyrics and fun syncopation and orchestrations. With some hard-edged instrumentation and effects that have almost a dance industrial tone, "Deep Down Together" is an up-tempo space-trance-techno-thrash experience, but with all the happiness you've come to expect from this release. "Tell Me" is definite late 90s dance floor filler material with sultry vocals, club-friendly beats, and classic synth programming. Continuing in that same groove, "Give Me Tomorrow" is another dance classic with fun lyrics and fun hooks. "Higher Ground," I am happy to say, is not a remake of the Stevie Wonder classic. It instead is classic synth pop that has some New Order orchestration (circa Technique) elements and a definite attitude going for it. Ending the release on a lighter note, "Hush" is a beautifully haunting techno lullaby, reminiscent of PSB ballads from their Behavior release.
Overall, I give Audiopeach a solid 4 star rating. When it was on the radio, I simply loved the anthemic feel of "On My Own" and would sing it loud and proud in my car driving to and from work. It took a while before I finally decided to purchase the full release, but thanks to online samples, I could tell this was a quality release. The only thing that hinders a 5 star rating is the lack of variety. A few more slower and deeper songs like "Hush" mixed amid the dance-floor-theme dominant tunes would have made for a bit more of an interesting listen. But overall, for a debut release, this release shows strong potential and a definite grasp of what will fill a dance floor. The happiness vibe throughout the release is an added bonus; angst has definitely been overplayed and is overrated.
If you like well-crafted euro synth pop and enjoy being happy or dancing about in a giddy haze, Audiopeach is a definite must have. While lyrically not as deep and meaningful as it could be, this release is still a fun and enjoyable experience sure to put a smile on your face. Listening won't change your life, but it certainly will improve your attitude.
I feel sorry for great bands like this that get buried because of popular trends of the day. Maybe in a couple of years we'll see Peach Union again when good euro synth pop has returned to popularity. But until such a day, fans will stand proud with their copies of Audiopeach. Go ahead, dance and sing in your car with a smile on your face; let everyone else wonder what all the happiness is about. Life is sweet, and a little taste of Peach just makes it sweeter.