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by 46bliss

Cool dreamy electronic-tinged pop music that hypnotizes and uplifts. With vocals that grab you and harmonies that send you into a trance, to a beat that moves your body and textures that move your soul.
Genre: Pop: with Electronic Production
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  Song Share Time Download
1. In A Long Time
4:26 $0.99
2. Desire Give Way
4:09 $0.99
3. Love In Vision
4:33 $0.99
4. The Way You Are
5:25 $0.99
5. Yabaseo
3:10 $0.99
6. Three Days To Live
3:49 $0.99
7. Kalimba
4:20 $0.99
8. Inner Sensation
6:56 $0.99
9. The Way You Are (part 2)
3:07 $0.99
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Album Notes
--46bliss's remix of "Silent Night" sung by Mahalia Jackson now released on the Six Degrees CD: "Christmas Remixed Vol. 2" Allmusic.com called the remix "huge and majestic".

--The Way You Are was featured in the season premiere episode of "CSI: NY" on CBS-TV, Wed. Sept. 21st at 10PM EST!

--The song "The Way You Are" is featured on the Veronica Mars Soundtrack CD, on Nettwerk Records, released Sept. 27th 2005.

--The song "The Way You Are" #1 on the Pop (with electronic production) chart at mp3tunes.com, and #5 out of all 331,000 songs for sale on the site.

--NEWS FLASH-- 46bliss on "VERONICA MARS"! The song "The Way You Are" was featured on the Jan. 4th episode on UPN.

--NEWS FLASH-- The 46bliss remix of Mahalia Jackson singing "White Christmas" for Old Navy's "Jazzy Jolly" CD was featured in an article in the Washington Post and syndicated across the US!

"In A Long Time" was recently named Track of the Week at GarageBand.com, and ranked #15 of all-time in the Pop category!

The first 46bliss CD, "pistachio home" garnered rave reviews from the likes of Billboard Magazine, which called it "Hypnotically catchy".

CMJ called it "A sheer melting pot of dreamy soundscapes and non-stop rhythms that defy the trappings of the electronica genre."

Early in 2004, 46bliss premiered the new song "In A Long Time" by becoming a winner in the "International Songwriting Competition", out of 11,000 entries.

The song hits the streets, together with 8 other fantastic songs, on their new self-titled CD, available now in a special limited edition pressing timed to coincide with the spot on GarageBand.

Be among the first to own this important musical work - buy "46bliss" and feel the bliss!



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Bill Levinson

The new high water mark for electronica
This CD sets a new high water mark for its genre. It stands head and shoulders above such excellent groups as The Postal Service, Death Cab For Cutie, and Zero 7. Blending electronica, passionate vocals, and cool hypnotic rhythmic figures, this cd not only brings immediate pleasure, but has the complexity and depth to be freshly re-imagined at every listening.


Love it
I feel like a bit of a clueless goober for not finding these folks sooner. What a lovely alignment of smart song-writing, exceptional musicianship, and facile genre bending. You should have this in your library.

Ron Resnick

The latest self-titled 46bliss CD is a welcomed second effort, richly textured with volumed-up punch, an electronic funkiness, and a sense of Bowiesque "sound & vision." What I liked about the first CD from this group I like even more on this second CD. This time around we get the three piece outfit from NYC expanding with more of an ear to the ground, in touch with drum & bass, house, and electronica as newer musical trends. Overall, this CD creates an audio ambience that mixes the era of experimental, psychedelic Beatles with influences of Love & Rockets, Depeche Mode, Moby and even Human League. But there is also an unmistakeable middle eastern flavor that seems to be the band's special blend of intent right from the very start.
"In A Long Time" and "The Way You Are" capture Clare Veniot at her mysterious and sensual best with the latter tune echoing an airy and swirly sound that will get stuck in your head for hours or maybe even days. David Cooper manages to produce a multitude of edgy layered sounds from his keyboards from beginning to end. His punchy Synth-Pop style featured on "Love in Vision", recalls early Ultravox meets ELO and it doesn't miss a beat to capture the pure production Jeff Lynne would be envious of. Jack Freudenheim's driving beat and percussives maintain the hypnotic timing behind the band throughout, especially on "Yabaseo", which could be the most mesmerizing of all songs in this collection. But it's Cooper's signature tune "Three Days To Live", that captures the apocalyptic "what if" scenario perfectly. The chord arrangement is beautifully matched with Cooper's smooth impassioned vocal plea for an answer "...Three days to live, what am I gonna do..." Finally, "Inner Sensation" duets Veniot and Cooper in a song that echoes of the "Tomorrow Never Knows" dreamy allure and experimental sensibility.

A spiritual vibe flows through this trio's beautifully produced musical compositions. And the now coined phrase that's all about this vibe is better know as...46bliss.


Hypnotic bliss!
I bought this CD after being hypnotized by and falling in love with the song The Way You Are when it was used on (my favorite show) Veronica Mars. It is still my favorite song, but the rest of the CD is similarly dreamy and does not disappoint. 46bliss is now #1 in my CD rotation.


This cd is beautiful haunting and all around wonderfull experience. I would recommend this to anyone that wants a great down tempo cd.

Mark D. Ransom

Tech meets touch in this world of angst and bliss.
I just finished listening to the collection and I can hear the alienation of progress as technology and emotion make adventurous love. (Put yourself in my place!) I was always impressed with the band's music, but I must tell you I believe 46Bliss is a solid, nuanced, intimate and powerful piece of work that I sincerely enjoy. It has a depth, sophistication and a cohesion worthy of a place on my playlist. Perhaps it's just phonetically and thematically right up my alley so-to-speak, but I was definitely drawn to the material. In A Long Time is actually not my favorite. I think Three Days To Live is frenetically awesome and so is Love In Vision. The Way You Are is deeply haunting as is Kalimba...I could go on, but I think you get the idea. Multi-layered, confident, sensuous, a milestone benchmark, fine work. I'm happy to own it.

Alan Collins

When ghosts come back to haunt you....
Why is it, or how is it, that a song, a tune or a phrase attached to some melodic line, stays with you, haunts you and follows you, wherever you go, and no matter what you might be doing? And therefore why some and not others? I suggest it has something to do with the expression of human emotion and feeling, and the craft of good writers and musicians. Well, so it is with 46Bliss and those haunting phrases that plant themselves like a seed in this contraption of a brain I carry around on my shoulders...and like any seed, it eventually takes root, and grows and flowers. It plays itself over and over in my head, and haunts me until I have no choice but to play the CD again, if only to give my brain a rest!

I came across this band, and this CD purely by accident and if some recommendation is needed from an anonymous 'punter'like me, then this little gem has it. I guess we all secretly want to be haunted by something!

Alan Collins 2nd March 2005