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  • Audio CD (16 Jan. 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Catskills Records
  • ASIN: B0002XOZZ6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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By A Customer on 17 Oct. 2004
Format: Audio CD
I'd never heard of this band before but I saw the excellent Observer review and now I'm hooked. This album is probably the most complete album I've heard all year. Filled with beautiful music and SONGS. Not a single filler on here and perfect for any mood. Stand out tracks are "New Light of Tomorrow" and the pink floyd sounding "gasoline girl". My mate caught them live at the big chill festival and said they were just as stunning live, so can't wait to see them performing their songs soon. Nice website too [...] . I'm now a Husky Rescue fan big time!
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Think of cold, smooth ice. And imagine a warm, shimmering light appearing just under it.

That's what comes to mind with Husky Rescue's exquisite debut album, "Country Falls." The Finnish group reflects their chilly Helsinki winters with equally chilly pop, but filled with sunny warmth, as if on the first day of spring. Basically imagine Sigur Ros playing folk-pop.

It opens with a gentle stretch of shimmering synth, and a mellow little folkpop tune. "Sweet little kitten on the porch sleeps in the sun/The sunbeams climb up on the wall," Reeta-Leehna Korhola sings in a slightly breathless, wispy voice. "Small girls with sun warm hands cuddle bring him milk/then run after make castles in the snow/Jokers juggle in the air rainbow colored fountains of sugar waters flow..."

They dip into psychedelic pop in the kitschy, colorful "Summertime Cowboy," with all those whipcracks and jangling bells. But then they're back to the icy, sparkling sound of the first song -- ambient balladry, glitchy experimental tunes melting into creepy ballads, and little mellow guitar tunes that are smothered in shimmering, sparkling synth.

This edition also comes with an extra DVD, which contains three music videos. "New Light of Tomorrow" is a spare, eerie video, with a young man having a vision of a spacesuited angel, while "Summertime Cowboy" is a kooky, neon playground. And "City Lights" is a shifting video of a young woman carried away by a love song on the car radio (come on, we've all done it), who has a dream of herself dancing in green fire.

Husky Rescue is the brainchild of Marko Nyberg, who apparently wanted to make expansive, warm music to counter the cold up in Helsinki.
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This album I suppose does need an introduction as many a person may still not be fully aware of the absolute beauty that is Husky Rescue. Formed by Marko Nyberg probably as an antidote to long nightless nights in Finland, Nyberg has developed an album around his love of Lynch and it shows.
His coup de gras was to recruit the stunningly sounding Reeta-Leena Korhola(as well as it must be said the most stunning looking singer you are going to find full stop)..This girl although young has the most implicitly beautiful sounding vocal that she sings with a shroud of mystery around her and it only adds to the sheer delight and haunting soundscape that is country falls.
What Nyberg has succeeded in doing where some of his peers has failed is that he has managed to borrow influences and turn them into his own display without it sounding a cop out. At times this album really kicks in, but kicks in in Floyd-esque fashion. Tracks such as Gasoline Girl which start of flowing and mesmeric kicks into a piece not too distant from say "Animals", as it always maintains its haunting air...
What really did it for me on this album was track 11 "A good man" The final 3 minutes of this track culminate in possibly some of the most hair raisingly sublime pieces of loose yourself mood music you will ever find recorded on CD. It really is that amazing. Added to this Husky rescue find time to bang in some excellent dirty funk in "mean streets" whilst promoting the fact that in the right place POP (a term us music snobs steer away from) can sound brilliant. The beautiful and wonderful "Rainbow Flows" highlights the vocal of Reeta-Leena moreso than any of the other tracks.
I can only say that if you buy one album this year,then this surely has to be a worthwhile candidate.
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Firstly, Goldfrapp is my favorite band and every new band I hear it's often in the back of my mind that Goldfrapp's better. It's obviously an opinion. So anyways, Husky Rescue was recommended on the Goldfrapp message board and after previewing most their songs on their website, [...] I ordered "Country Falls," and was overly satisfied with the LP, which reminds me of very cinematic electro-country music. The lyrics are all highly relatable and universal, and the music proves very moving and dreamy throughout. "City Lights" was the key reason for buying it because of the creative video and how it's about a submissive person in love, the lyrics pristinely illustrating this without being too specific about things. "New Light of Tomorrow" has proven my favorite track, featuring sci-fi sounds and saddened instruments. The entire album is tied together very nicely and works with many layers. They have undeniably mastered their sound, and I am simply eager to hear their future work. Anyone else trying to mimic Husky Rescue will be a lame rip-off.
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