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Sleeping At Last - Keep No Score

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Reviewer:
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Release date: 2006-06-21
Label: Sleeping At Last
Genre: Indie Rock
Producer: John Goodmanson/Bjorn Thorsrud
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If you visit this band?s website you can download their first indie album "Capture" (2000) for free,I?ll suggest you do it if you?re a fan of bands like Leaves,Eskju Divine or Umbrellas coz Sleeping at last is a really good band.
Their previous major label album "Ghosts" (2003) is a must if you like dreamlike pop and for the fans who waited for something new,they put out the "Ghosts of christmas past" EP featuring 2 unreleased songs and 2 christmas songs last year.
But now the wait is over for a brand new LP containing 12 new beautiful and calm pop songs,this trio knows how to capture the listener with their orchestral sounding tunes.
Ryan O?Neal?s voice feels sad in a way,it?s fragile and poetic but he?s a great singer and knows exactly the fine line not to be crossed of when it?s becoming unbearable.
"Hold still" will make angels cry,I love this song - music for rainy days so to speak.
They?re back on the independent level with "Keep no score" but the new album is just as good as their Interscope record.

Tracklisting 1. Tension & Thrill
2. Careful Hands
3. Needle & Thread
4. Envelopes
5. Hold Still
6. Heaven Breaks
7. Levels of Light
8. Quicksand
9. Umbrellas
10. Sing To Me
11. Dreamlife
12. Keep No Score


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