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D. Bullard "ComingUpForAir" (UK)
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Ghosts
Ghosts

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5.0 out of 5 stars Have The Promo, Not A Single Bad Track On There!, 14 May 2007
This review is from: Ghosts (Audio CD)
After recievin the promo, i was immediately blown away. I bought her first solo album 'Revolution In Me' when it originally came out and loved that also. But 'Ghosts' has progressed from that into, yes more mature, but also a wholey differently produced album, with james sanger on the production also the album has an eeriely beautiful feel to alot of the tracks. As soon as the album starts of with Don't Give It Up, with Siobhans vocals drifting over eerie riffs and beats its sounds like sorcery to the ears. The second single to come off the album, So You Say, is also breathaking, and after seeing the video for this also, i really think this one will bring Siobhan into the publics eye. Other gems on the album are the amazing and beautiful Coming Up For Air, with its amazing bassy breakdown and heartfelt lyrics. Medevac is probably the album little treasure, so different and diverse, yet so catchy. Sometimes is a pure pop marvel, and hopefully the third single off the album. Goldfish has to be my favourite on the whole album though, it is utterly fantastic, the production and whole sound of this track is amazin, not heard such a great track in a long time. Tracks such as Make It Right, 12 Bar Acid Blues, There's A Place and Halcyon Days make the album worthwile too, with the same style and lyrics. The title track Ghosts, is a masterpiece also, with backward production trickery and cool mixing effects its a song you want to listen to, to find out what its all about. Overall the album is sublime, buy it now!


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