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Different Parties

by KUMM

Each song has its own mood and some of them manage to be strangely uplifting despite their dark undertones. Loud guitars, urgent keyboards and roaring baritone sax drive the opening track.But there are shadows of Nino Rota’s film music for Fellini in “Hi
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1. evil eye
5:52 album only
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2. one life left
6:30 album only
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3. hi fi poetry
5:30 album only
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4. different parties
6:22 album only
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5. rest in pieces
4:00 album only
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6. safe
6:53 album only
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7. cell fish
6:35 album only
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8. last of your kind
4:15 album only
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9. blue screens and x-rays
1:28 album only
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10. hand in a mirror
5:32 album only
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11. just to tell
5:56 album only
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12. one for each day
6:39 album only

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Album Notes
“It’s been ten million years since that evening in May”

Twelve songs about separation and loss might seem too much for one album, but there is more to be found on “Different Parties”. Each song has its own mood and some of them manage to be strangely uplifting despite their dark undertones. Loud guitars, urgent keyboards and roaring baritone sax drive the opening track, “Evil Eye”, and the album has its fair share of raw energy. But there are shadows of Nino Rota’s film music for Fellini in “Hi Fi Poetry” with its string quartet and bassoon, and an eastern tranquility in “One for each day” and “Safe”, soon to be dispelled by a punk anthem “Rest In Pieces”.
The band made a point of recording a grand piano and real instruments – violins, cello and such – wherever they were necessary, using the keyboard only for its electric sounds.
On this album, the six members of the band – Catalin Mocan- lead vocals, Eugen Nutescu- guitars, vocals, iordache – saxes, Kovacs Andras – piano, synthesizers, Utu Pascu – bass, Csergo Dominic – drums, percussion –, were joined by singer Meda (she can be heard on “Evil Eye” and “Different Parties” ) and top jazz guitarist Sorin Romanescu (on “One For Each Day” and “Blue Screens & X-Rays”).
Written during last year’s cold winter the songs retain the feeling of the smoke-filled, stove-heated old house where the band lives and rehearses.

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keiji shimizu

I am enjoying listen
these numbers are excellent to enjoy.today,I listened these Numbers driving Around Kyoto.
Now,I want to purchase their others CD called "Angels & Crowns""Yellow Fever""Confuzz"
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