Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Bleed Your Cedar
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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Collin M. David | Putnam Valley, NY USA | 10/16/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Well, all negativity from the others aside, I hated this album at first too. Too slow, too mellow, too offkey.... but then, oh, then.... I listened to it as I was falling asleep! In the dark, with your eyes closed, new realms are opened up to you! There's an amazing art behind the simplicity and the smoky vocals. This is NOT music to groove to or dance to or to jump around too.... it's romantic, curling up in a warm bed JAZZY music. It creates at atmosphere without being blunt about it, which is why many people miss the point I think - not being smacked in the face with the purpose... Despite being so calming and tranquil, it won't put you to sleep if you don't want it to. It's interesting enough musically to keep me entranced. Darkly erotic vibes throughout, and very thoughtful! ENJOY IT!"
Take a risk and buy it
T. Russell | Chicago, IL | 10/13/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Who knows how you found this page and disc-- but if you are here -- buy it. This CD is both haunting and invigorating -- there is a dream-like feel to the tunes here that will keep you coming back for more. It is rare to find pop songs of this depth and feel-- yes -- pop, as in catchy but not like the Go-go's. Catchy as in you'll find yourself humming "fountains on fire" at work the next day like it's the jingle to some surreal ad for tabasco. I keep hoping for a new release from this group -- this is a must for anyone struggling to break free from our Celine-obsessed world."
Wonderful, hypnotic, headphones required music
M. Betti | VA United States | 08/24/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This CD is in my "heavy rotation". It's especially great to listen to in headphones, at night, with no lights on. The sound harks back to Galaxy 500 with a harder edge. The lyrics are creative, twisted, and sensual. In "Lady In the Lake" you think you're listening to a story about lovers at a lake -- but as the song goes on you get more and more info. about what's really going on and then the line in the chorus "I'm on the wrong side of the water" starts to really makes sense. Also, unless I'm mistaken, the lyrics in one song sometimes clarify lyrics in another song ! An album integrated lyrically without being some sort of rock opera. This is one of the few CDs of the past several years that's really caught my attention. I never know for sure why I like certain CDs and not others -- but this one I love."