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Unseen Music Unheard Words

by Steve Kilbey & Martin Kennedy Present

The writer of magical hit Under The Milky Way (from Donnie Darko) joins forces with atmospheric ambient stalwarts All India Radio for an album of chilled & enchanting songs sung in Steve Kilbey’s distinct & bewitching voice.
Genre: Pop: Ambient Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Eyes Ahead
3:49 album only
2. My Will Be Yours
3:27 album only
3. Stretch Into the Stars
5:10 album only
4. Maybe Soon
3:34 album only
5. Uh I Dunno
4:49 album only
6. Thought of Leaving
3:53 album only
7. Another Place
4:06 album only
8. All Is One
4:35 album only
9. Love Increased
4:15 album only
10. The Other Place
3:47 album only
11. Naked As a Star
3:30 album only
12. Friends Are Gone
6:22 album only


Album Notes
Steve Kilbey, front man of legendary atmospheric rockers The Church and writer of the worldwide hit Under The Milky Way (featured on the Donnie Darko soundtrack) joins forces with Martin Kennedy of acclaimed indie instrumentalists All India Radio to create an album made in heaven. Unseen Music Unheard Words combines All India Radio’s gentle melodic pop with Kilbey’s silken voice and lyrical know-how. It is a deep album, full of unexpected twists and turn on every listen.

The Church:

“The Church are one the best pop acts of all time” – The Vine

The Church are, at heart and their best, psychedelic electricians, and their full-volume shows in recent years have been ringing endorsements for their stubborn longevity. - David Fricke, Rolling Stone

Steve Kilbey's distant, breathy vocals and harmonies mesh with the mellifluous guitars and sparse keyboard sprinklings….ethereal sounds of early Pink Floyd ("Destination"), the boldness of Echo ("North, South, East And West"), and the pop savvy of Lloyd Cole ("Reptile") together make Starfish a cohesive and compelling work. If you're looking for pop salvation, look no further than The Church. - CMJ

All India Radio:

One of the most elegant and simple instrumental rock albums I've ever heard..a heavenly cloud of radiance that is simply not of the material world. -

The 2003 Australian Album of the Year may well have been recorded by an act virtually nobody has heard of. Melbourne-based All India Radio's self-titled third album is a breathtaking triumph; one of the most exquisite, ethereal, instrumental records ever made in Australia. - The Brag Magazine



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Brien Comerford

A Mystfying Treat From Steve Kilbey
The Church's Steve Kilbey has once again released an eclectic and brilliant CD. His resonant, dreamy and stark vocals are accompanied by sublime, soothing, austere, ethereal and mystifing musical soundscapes provided by Martin Kennedy and assorted friends. The album is a typical Steve Kilbey time release classic that takes several plays to permeate into your psyche with full-blown luster and splendor. Every song on this CD is of optimal quality. My favorite is the spiritual and mystical "All Is One." Steve Kilbey is one of rock's finest vocalists because he frequently uses his voice as an instrument integral to the music. This CD is for lovers of mellow, pyschedelic music. Pink Floyd fans would be impressed.

Patricia J. Carter

Unseen Music Unheard Words
Brings me back to a new Pink Floyd with a new message and style....I loved it!

George Parsons Dream Magazine #10

stately, subdued and grand
Steve Kilbey & Martin Kennedy Present Unseen Music Unheard Words (Inevitable) These two Australian fellows have only recently first spoken on telephone, but they are already at work on a follow-up to this fine first collaboration. Martin Kennedy of All India Radio and Pray TV created the music and mailed it to Steve Kilbey of The Church who wrote words and sang them over Martin’s melodies. If you were aware of the best work by The Church; this will certainly ring a bell. Kilbey’s silky evocative voice seductively narrates his suitably dreamy lyrics over Kennedy’s cooly opiated atmospheric song structures, recalling nothing so much as The Church at their most stately, subdued and grand.

- George Parsons Dream Magazine #10