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Infinite Light
Infinite Light
Price: £12.70

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best album of 2009, 21 Jun. 2011
This review is from: Infinite Light (Audio CD)
This is only the second review I've written for Amazon, but I felt so strongly about this album it had to be done. The haunting beauty of the album, the quavering voice of Amber Webber - it has to be purchased to experience the whole album. Although individual tracks, especially Antonia June, are in a league of their own, the album needs to be listened to as a whole. Once you've got this one the first Lightning Dust album and the Black Mountain albums are not far behind in quality...

Scenes from the Second Storey
Scenes from the Second Storey
Price: £19.22

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars God Machine - Scenes from the second storey, 8 May 2006
This is the first album from a 90s group that are crying out to be rediscovered. The music is a sublime mix of orchestral violins, dark and sometimes powerful guitar work and vocals aching with unrequited emotion. Moments of beauty, angst and melancholy have never been so exquisitely melded and presented. This is both hypnotic and mesmerising stuff and is best listened to as an entire album, rather than individual songs (even though the songs are of fine quality). Their next album, 'One last laugh in a place of dying' had moments of beauty that compared with the first one, but never quite made it. The loss of the God Machine's guitarist may well have taken a toll on the Machine's power. You would not regret purchasing this album...
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Another Late Night - Tommy Guerrero
Another Late Night - Tommy Guerrero

2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Tommy Guerrero is king, 5 April 2005
It's impossible to see how someone can't like this album. If you like electronica, blues, soul, funk or whatever you'll appreciate the eclectic mix here. This collection is just as eclectic, inventive and funky as Tommy's own music. Soul Food Taqueria is also an essential item for anyone's music collection.Get it.

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