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Endless Space

by Kapluckus

Imagine a belting, keytar-wielding diva backed by a pop/rock band. Now imagine this band soaring through space (by using jet packs, of course).
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Aquarium Girl
3:48 $0.99
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2. Fresh Squeezed
3:03 album only
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3. 100th Sight
3:24 album only
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4. Enough to Convince Me
2:46 album only
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5. Endless Space
3:56 album only
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6. I'll Wait
4:01 album only
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7. Osama Bin Laden
4:05 album only
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8. Sing Me to Sleep
3:50 album only
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9. Du Bist Die Ruh
3:18 album only
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10. We Were Alone
4:03 album only
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11. Don't You Remember?
3:23 album only
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12. Good Night, Moon
4:31 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In Radford, Virginia, where the mountains are blue and the vultures red, 4/5 of Kapluckus were raised. As they grew stronger and taller throughout their childhood and adolescence, they participated in an array of musical escapades together, from indie garage bands to high school drumlines.

At Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina, they met a young, angelic singer from Wilmington (NC). Drawn together as sailors to the shmirens\' call (the shmirens were sisters of the sirens who used their power for good rather than evil), they have since remained one Kapluckus, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

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A Different Sound
"Endless Space" is a catchy if not divisive album that is sure to bring the listener a moderate amount of enjoyment.

Although many of the songs are fresh and inventive a good chunk of the songs sound the same. Aquarium Girl and Fresh Squeezed sound too much alike for my ear and Sing Me to Sleep and Good Night, Moon suffer from the same problem.

The album lacks a cohesive 'band' sound. It's sounds like a leader singer with back up. The harmony is interesting but it doesn't seem to be functional. It seems as if they are trying to show us how smart they are rather than using the harmony to contribute to the music. The artists are moderately talented with the exception of the lead singer that is above par. Don't expect any cool guitar or drum solos.

The lead singer offers some really impressive moments throughout the album. However, her voice is cold and mechanical, lacking any true emotion. There is a male voice that sings with her sometimes that is really smooth and has lot's of style, I wish he had sang more.

The best thing about the album though is it's extremely catchy. When all mediocre parts of the puzzle are place together it really works! You'll find yourself humming the tunes minutes after you hear the songs.

The lyrics are really interesting and refreshingly inventive. (Although they use 'yeah!' a sickening amount of times) The band also switches grooves in the same song which works really well. Especially in 100th Sight, Enough to Convince Me and Fresh Squeezed.

All of my nit-picking aside. This is a really good album and is definitely worth buying. I hope this band stays together and continues to make more albums. They could be really be great.
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Craig

Amazing! I'm a huge fan!
This is best album I've heard all year. I like every single song on the record. I hope this band is picked up by a major record company. People need to hear this music! Kupluckus = Amazing!
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Josh

Endless Space, Endless Listens
In a world where pop music is so inundated in our daily lives, where one song sounds identical to other, it's nice to have a breath of fresh air that doesn't sacrifice catchiness for a lack of originality. "Endless Space" provides a pleasant blend of pop rock, subtle electropop, influences with a dash of RnB zest here and there. From the first track to the last, hooks are present aplenty to catch the ears and attention of the listener, from a keyboard motif in the mix to stacked harmonies of the strong female vocalist. One of the more pleasant things about this album that becomes more apparent the more that you play it, is that no single instrument outdoes any of the others in the mix. Everything sits comfortably and makes for a very enjoyable listening experience, one without any overbearing instrument, including vocals, that are begging for attention to be heard.

The songs are simple but strive to be catchy and succeed with flying colors. With a good rhythm supplied by the drums, which don't rely on the same groove for every single song, and the guitar and the bass, there is a nice foundation for the rest of the song to build on. With a nice array of instruments, nothing really grows old on the ears, including both of the vocalists. Both vocalists are very talented, the rapping on the part of the male vocalist is grin inducing and surely will pull the listener deeper to the cd for more listeners. The strength of the female vocalist is apparent to even the most music cynic and her harmonies add a nice touch to the overall package of the music itself.

This is surely a great cd to listen to and really shows it through the effort of the band members and their writing. I recommend this cd to anyone who really likes to have fun listening to music, even if they do like to analyze it time to time.
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Josh

Not cuz it's only July
This is my favorite album of the year. I hope some faceless corporate radio conglomerate picks this up; I think the band can handle it. Lots and lots of people should hear these songs--they will make them happy.
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