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This Lush Garden Within
Black Tape for a Blue Girl, Black Tape for Blue Girl
This Lush Garden Within
Genres: Alternative Rock, New Age, Pop, Rock
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All Artists: Black Tape for a Blue Girl, Black Tape for Blue Girl
Title: This Lush Garden Within
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Projekt Records
Release Date: 6/10/1997
Genres: Alternative Rock, New Age, Pop, Rock
Style: Goth & Industrial
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 617026003825

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Lush? You Said It!
swordofset | NYC | 07/06/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Yeah sure there are some really painfully uncomfortable Oscar moments on this CD (and unlike another reveiwer on this page has stated, it's Oscar who's voice strains and sounds off key, not Sam's whispered vocals-check the credits)but despite these moments,this release has so many incredible tracks like "Left,Unsaid", "Overwhelmed, Beneath Me" and "The Turbulence and the Torment". Very beautiful inspirational tracks. Despite the few low points, there are so many high points of such quality that I beleive this is Black Tape's strongest release as a whole, to date. The bad is uncomfortable but the good is so very very good that it is a must buy for anyone into dark music."
Piercing Lyrics
Pandora Boxx | San Diego ,CA | 02/20/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This Lush Garden Within is an Album to listen to as you watch the sun go down.It is filled with lyrics that pierce the soul and music that takes you to another place in time.Black Tape for a Blue Girl are wonderful at creating soft melodies with inspiring intense emotion."
Pandora Boxx | 06/09/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)

"it seems that on this recording, sam rosenthal achieves all that he set out to accomplish with black tape for a blue girl. beginning with the haunting, and ghostly "left,unsaid", this lush garden.. consistently numbs the listener into a conscious, delicious dream. the religious overtones of the work are prevalent, yet not overbearing, and give clues into rosenthals own pain and desires. lucian casselman's flawless vocals make this a grandiose and compelling outing for black tape, and point the listener towards the orchestral and complex "remnants of a deeper purity"."