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Invisible Movie Soundtrack

by Penny Nation

Background Music, Mood Music,   Rhythm & Blues,  New Age,  Mature   Electronic, Ambient,   Breakbeat/Breaks,   Down Tempo,   Drum 'n Bass,  Experimental,   House, Pop  Soundscapes, Trip Hop,Folk Angry   Folk Blues,   Folk Pop,  
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2. She Sings to Me
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3. Mr. Rogers
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4. Darwin
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5. Jim's Truck
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6. Damn Allright
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7. Down Town
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8. Ez Girl
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10. Disappear
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12. Gan
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Invisible Movie Soundtrack is a soundtrack for the movie in your mind. Featuring the acclaimed writers, performers and producers of Penny Nation, all progressing through a common theme. The album is a lyrical mix of many styles, including pop, jazz, trip-hop, rock, folk, electronic and world. Mastered by Toby Mountain.

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ProgNaut

diverse and beautiful genre bending release
Penny Nation delivers the goods on “The Invisible Movie Soundtrack” with its diverse and beautiful genre bending release. One can only imagine what type of movie would this be a soundtrack for. I can gather it’s about relationships amongst people, whether it be happy, sad, exciting, romantic. Each song expresses different emotions or moods by which these talented musicians show the music world you can be artistic while still having memorable music.
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2walls

commitment to exploration
When the perfect voice of Lydia is heard on "She Sings to Me" and "Damn Allright," the band’s commitment to exploration and diversity should be applauded.
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Wasim Muklashy

genius
One can’t help but wonder what sort of movie this would be the soundtrack to, and the only real possibility would be an ‘invisible’ one. No need for a predetermined set of moving images, for this healthy and eclectic 19 track sampler promise to conjure up a different scenario in the mind with each listen.
Penny Nation records has managed to effectively include everything from soul to jazz to electronica, r&b, hard rock, and beyond. The genius behind this project knows that the only format that such an eclectic mix would embody is a soundtrack format, therefore, though ironically since there is no accompanying movie, the title ‘Invisible Movie Soundtrack’ seems to be a perfect fit.
Just like the movie that is reality, in this movie of our imaginations, there’s room for funny, room for sad, room for happy, for exciting, definitely for the unexpected, and there’s even some sexy space in there for a spicy Latin love scene. I’m not sure what the setting, characters, and the plotline will be for your Invisible Movie…what makes the final cut is entirely up to you. But one thing’s for sure…it’ll have a happy ending.
I’ll definitely be keeping an ear out for future releases from these guys.
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Whisperin' and Hollerin'

just dive into the music
All very obscure and enigmatic, but "The Invisible Movie Soundtrack" is an interesting project and one which - despite the title's obvious experimental intent - deserves to be taken on musical merit. Actually, as imaginary soundtracks go, this is probably the best this writer has stumbled across since Barry Adamson's equally evocative "Moss Side Story."
Mind you, I should point out straight off that there's little point squandering precious time over the content of the 'movie' itself. The colourful sleeve 'script' notes come on like a bizarre mutation of Tolkein and cryptic Fall lyrical out-takes (sample: "Supposing that the Omnicrunk had given way to the intense heat of the Nogoblin's breath, the visitor would surely have perished in an ashen grave" - unh??), but while they fire the imagination, I doubt you'll be able to draw any conclusions other than confusion, so just dive into the music.
It's evocative, scene-setting stuff, too. Kicking off with the treated Fender Rhodes and lonely piano interludes of "North Suck 3", we're taken on a rollercoaster of styles, most of which work well enough without visuals. Certainly there's some catchy retro-pop like "She Sings To Me", which pits Lydia's gorgeous vocal against Beach Boys harmonies, a great sunburst of a chorus and plunking "Harvest"-style banjo and other potential single culls such as "Disappear", the urgent, hypnotic rock of "Green Song #5" (sinister opening line: "Somebody stopped me from killing someone today")and the smooth, Eryka Badu-ish soul of "Darwin" all present and correct.
But "The Invisible Movie Soundtrack" is equally successful when it pulls off the mainstream Hollywood highway and heads down the pot-holed byways. Hence tracks like the hectic, car-chase funk of "Jim's Truck", with the Curtis Mayfield wah-wah interludes; "Down Town", which marries "Shaft"-style clavinets with the nervy, fractured funk David Byrne showcased on "The Catherine Wheel" OST, or the strung-out but attractive lounge-core of "EZ Girl."
Perhaps inevitably, the main criticism your reviewer would fling at this project is that the stylistic island hopping can seem like purely style over content at times, and while some of the ambient experiments such as "Mr.Rogers" or "Gan" are all very well, without a visual counterpart they are rather redundant and other tracks like the flamenco track "Pramahna" are well constructed but a bit "Look, Mummy, I can do THIS as well," ensuring we admire rather than connect emotionally with what they're doing.
Nevertheless, with "The Invisible Movie Soundtrack", Penny Nation have created something intriguing and pregnant with possibility, even if the eclecticism threatens to usurp it at times. It'll certainly appeal to fans (like me) of cult soundtrack composers like Roy Budd, Lalo Schifrin and Richard Rodney Bennett and you won't have to worry about it dying an ugly death at the box office either.
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Jeff Hazel

Excellent musical quality
I believe this CD is of excellent musical quality with intense and complex instrumental work combined with vocal attributes that are refreshing in their clarity and range. I am very pleased to have learned of the existence of this band of musicians.
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