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Life in InMe yet..,
This review is from: Daydream Anonymous [Limited Edition] (Audio CD)
As a hardcore InMe fan this album is a must have for me. They have progressed so much from the young rawness of their first album 'Overgrown Eden' into a pure rock/grunge act.
This is their third album and judging from the song samples and the live tracks I've seen them perform its set to be a fantastic album mixing everything from subtle angelic singing to growls and screams. This will be InMe's coming of age album, showcasing their talent as a group as well as Dave's lyrical talent for writing catchy, heartfelt songs that have an intelligence about them without a hint of arrogance.
With Joe's (the bass player) departure and the introduction of new member Greg McPherson (Dave's younger brother) on bass, the band have found a new closeness like never before and that shines through when you listen to the tracks on `Daydream Anonymous' ranging from the personal songs like `Thank You For Leaving Me' to the sing along anthems of `I Won't Let Go' there is something for everyone to enjoy.
They are one of the best live bands I've ever personally seen, they're experts at their craft and are a very down to earth, unstable, genuine band..
This is honest music, made by honest people. If you liked the other two albums you HAVE to own this, if you didn't, you'll probably find something on this album that you will like. It'll appeal not just to their fan base but also to anyone who likes hard hitting rock, grunge, metal and even pop-rock.
The progression they have made is truly magnificent.. I suggest you all get this album.