The Golden Hum
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The Golden Hum, Remy Zero's first release in three years, finds the band in control of its vision, reigning in its ambitions and creating an album of richly textured rock songs. While the band are often compared to R.E.M. and Radiohead, a more appropriate comparison now would be David Bowie. Finding inspiration in the early hook-filled albums like Hunky Dory and the musical experimentation of the "Berlin" albums (Low, Lodger and Heroes), Remy Zero have crafted an album that displays the best elements of glam-rock. Eschewing the feather boas and silly pretence that often passes for glam, The Golden Hum is filled with big riffs, subtle hooks and soaring vocals. And like the best rock bands, Remy Zero revels in the music's contradictions: dark and uplifting, cynical and hopeful. --Adam Silverman
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Here is a band which combines the best elements of U2, REM, Radiohead, Travis, Spacehog and Linkin Park, but has a strong enough individual sound to defy comparison with them.
I urge, I demand, I beg you to buy this album.
A great album one I STRONGLY recommend.
After that i realised how good 'impossibility', 'i'm not afraid', and 'out/in' and therefore had to buy the album
It is a really good album wihtout a bad track on it. No two tracks are the same. Well worth checking out for anyone that likes the sound of 'save me' from smallville
Yet again, another beautiful, expressive album from a band who should be now well set for better things.
They make one of the most unusual noises I have ever heard, topped off with a voice (supplied by Cinjun Tate)that could give Michael Stipe a run for his money. Including Glorious #1 and Out/In, my personal favourites at the moment, I cannot recommend this album enough.
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The vocals are incredible
The guitar and bass badass
The Drums are played to perfection.Read more
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