Matthew Parmenter | Horror Express

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Horror Express

by Matthew Parmenter

Matthew Parmenter's Horror Express (2008) is a collection of nightmares masquerading as a horror film.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. In the Dark
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2. O Cesare
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3. Escape Into the Future
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4. Kaiju
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5. Snug Bottom Flute and Starveling
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6. Golden Child
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7. Monsters From the Id
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8. Polly New
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9. All Done (Horror Express)
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10. The Cutting Room
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Album Notes
Known for his narrative songwriting and costumed performances as front man for Detroit's progressive rock band Discipline., Parmenter delivers a varied dreamscape full of shocks and surprises in Horror Express. (Running Time: 61 minutes) For other releases, see Parmenter's first solo CD astray (2004), the Discipline. CDs Push & Profit (1993), Unfolded Like Staircase (1997), and the DVD Discipline. Live 1995 (2005).

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M.J. Smit

As expected!
During the last days of 2008 I heard about Matthew Parmenter's new album. I had rather high expectations, a bit like Astray and Unfolded like staircase. I have to admit that Horror Express met these high expectations. Dark, moody, sometimes melancholy and often rather complex. Good instrumentation, mainly keyboards, (I always like the mellotron!) although the drums are a little bit poor. But overall, I'm very positive about this album. Matthew has not a very high productionrate, but it's better to invest in quality, than in quantity!
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