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Lost Domain (Deluxe Edition)

Lost Domain (Deluxe Edition)

7 Nov 2014
4.7 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

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  • Original Release Date: 7 Nov. 2014
  • Release Date: 10 Nov. 2014
  • Label: Atomic Heart Records
  • Copyright: (P) 2014 Atomic Heart Records
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  • Total Length: 1:27:47
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  • ASIN: B00NCKX9P8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 64,914 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)
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By Andy Sweeney TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 10 Nov. 2014
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Ash songwriter, guitarist and frontman Tim Wheeler's first solo album, “Lost Domain”, was made as a deeply personal elegy to his late father, George, who had spent the last two and a half years of his life suffering from Alzheimer's, with the last six months spent in a dementia ward. Such is the depth of emotional involvement here, Tim was undecided whether it should ever be released, so it could almost be described as a privilege to be able to listen to an album which is part-tribute, part-therapy. I can forgive anybody reading this for imagining that “Lost Domain” would be quite self-involved and bleak, but that simply isn't the case. Although the intensity of this work is self-evident, Wheeler's solo début is mostly uplifting and genuinely life-affirming throughout. It is also markedly different from his Ash punk/power-pop leanings, although Tim's talent for composition and melody are in no way diminished and, although there are a couple of tracks which are immediately enjoyable, it is the kind of more mature, subtle album you will need to listen to a few times to fully appreciate all of the musical themes and lyrical content. Tim's voice, also, whilst sometimes criticised as not being strong enough to lead a group with as much power as Ash (personally speaking, I believe that writing those songs gives him the right to sing them) is perfectly suited for a collection of songs with such an emotional pull.

Wheeler performs the majority of the instruments on this album, with the exception of drums, strings and saxophone and his level of musicianship is certainly impressive.
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I've been listening to this album for a while after buying it on release, and am compelled to write a review now because I'm convinced this is one of the best albums of 2014 and so few people are going to have heard about it. I guess it's not really a surprise. Tim Wheeler has always, from his early days of Ash while still in his teens, been a very accomplished and quite versatile songwriter, able to write something with the energy and kick of 'Burn Baby Burn' then almost in the same breath a beautiful ballad such as 'Nocturne'. This is a different album to any Ash release, very much so - but that's it's greatest strength as the emotive subject matter here makes this an intensely personal and emotional record, adding to the mix the one thing Ash arguably lacked while keeping the standard of the songwriting as high as ever.

From the instrumental opener (which sounds quite reminiscent of 'Sky Burial' from the criminally underrated A-Z series), through the album you're taken on a journey and the lyrics will strike a chord with lots of us. The epic 'End of an Era' builds into the kind of soaring, atmospheric and accomplished ballad that would have been a big hit in Ash's heyday, 'Vigil' is equally impressive while the haunting 'Hospital' and 'Medicine' will live long in the memory and demand repeat listens and the catchy title track 'Lost Domain' sounds so hopeful and uplifting with a chorus that just begs for radio airplay. There's more than enough here to please people who loved Ash but also people who want to really delve into a record, listen to the lyrics and enjoy it as a whole. The orchestration is fantastic and the sound of the album is frankly beautiful, with Tim's sometimes maligned voice perfect for these songs and the lyrics stand out as incredibly moving at times.

It's also well worth picking up the deluxe version just for the superb 'One Last Song' which is one of the absolute highlights of the record.

Brilliant.
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Dark but ambitious and compelling. Actually listen to this CD and you will be emotionally awarded, but will suffer too. Not what I expected at all but a great purchase if you have old post punk leanings and an open mind. Ash are a band I like up to a point but this solo effort really tugs the emotions and through the darkness a light emerges. Yep, a great album!
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Excellent - I should have reviewed earlier. But then if it wasn't excellent he wouldn't be consistent, and Tim Wheeler is a musician I've had down since the beginning as consistently outstanding.
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I was going to write a review but after reading Andy Sweeney's review in which he has done in a very articulate heartfelt way I thought I might instead just promote along with everyone else how fantastically warm and tender this album actually is. The CD is also packaged beautifully with obvious care and consideration given. Lost Domain is a little gem really, from Downpatrick's favourite son.
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As good as the reviews here say. Not a bad song on it and the piano version of Ash's "Sometimes" on the bonus disc is pretty special. Unlike some of the reviewers I didn't find any of the lyrics harrowing or difficult to listen to, just up-lifting. A marvellous piece of work from a songwriter who is a major talent.
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Atmospheric and lyrically rich, this album is rather different. It's not something everyone will like but is one of those you can listen to and delve deeper each time, or just let it wash over you if you don't want a 'journey' this time.
Also, it's very nicely presented in a CD sleeve made into a book - proper effort has gone into this album right the way through the process.
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