Emerson | The Fine Art Of Saying Goodbye

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The Fine Art Of Saying Goodbye

by Emerson

melodic post-hardcore indie rock in the vein of Mineral, Penfold and Hopesfall.
Genre: Rock: Emo
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hopeless, Speechless
6:23 $0.49
2. Paper Airplanes
5:35 $0.49
3. Love Story With Subtitles
5:36 $0.49
4. Under Yr Pillow
3:46 $0.49
5. Venus in Cancer
5:32 $0.49
6. To Say Goodbye
5:24 $0.49
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
emerson was a Buffalo-based band from 2000 to 2002 that released two EPs- the now out-of-print "Greyline EP" and their final recording "The Fine Art Of Saying Goodbye."

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An Undiscovered Gem
Few, if any, CDs have affected me like this one. I stumbled across this CD while searching this website. I listened to the samples and, before long, I knew I was onto something special. Standout opening track "Hopeless, Speechless" is so powerful and poignant that it soon became perhaps my favourite song of all-time. A soothing and ambient first half of the track - followed by a spoken-word sample promoting self-confidence - soon gives way to a rousing crescendo of heartfelt vocals. And so it begins. The album ends with the fittingly titled "To Say Goodbye", the last track of the last album recorded by a band that broke up too soon. Having played with the likes of a then-largely-unknown Thursday, Emerson were clearly on the brink of something special. But alas, their music remains largely undiscovered outside of a relatively small circle of people who still remember them with fondness - a group of people, myself included, who can't help but wonder "what if?".