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Demonstration

by St. Eve

Pop dresses up in tripgoth glamour. Darkwave diva makes electronica mean something with real lyrics and penetrating vocals. This is an enhanced cd with a miniwebsite - including video, pictures, lyrics and bio. Sold through CD Baby exclusively.
Genre: Rock: Goth
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1. Otherworldly Mammal
Saint Eve
4:27 $0.99
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2. No Human Words
Saint Eve
5:31 $0.99
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3. Amazing
Saint Eve
4:16 $0.99
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4. The Body
Saint Eve
4:00 $0.99
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5. Money Anyhow
Saint Eve
4:11 $0.99
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6. Morpheus Rising
Saint Eve
2:55 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
St. Eve began as a solo music project by L. Gabrielle Penabaz in 1998.

Since its inception, the project has grown from a few ideas in a small home studio to become a full-scale performance medium including a live band.

The aesthetic is essentially theatrical, with fantastical and cyber-fetish elements. The music is often classified as dark electronic or alternative pop, but you can make up your own mind.

St. Eve successfully supported a series of performances for Gary Numan winter 2001 in the UK, and has played with Coil, The Crüxshadows, Voltaire, Glampire and others.

St. Eve appears on the compilation "Songs Of A Goddess", a Tori Amos Tribute on Cleopatra Records, and appears in the documentary and soundtrack, "Sex, Death and Eyeliner".

St. Eve has played at such large-scale venues as House of Blues in New Orleans, Hammerstein Ballroom, Webster Hall and Irving Plaza in NY, The Trocadero in Philadelphia, The Limelight in Belfast and the Forum in London.

The project is also a favorite of cutting edge small-scale venues like Mother, Shine, Limelight, Downtime, Alchemy @ CBGB, Smack!, and Xorvia.

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dave sector

oOoOoOoOo i likes this alot!!!
oOoOoOoOo i likes this alot!!! first heard this album many years ago, back in the days of mp3.com. finaly got round to buying it from CDbaby (thanks for the paypal option. its dead handy for us europeans), i gotta say... i LOVE IT! this cd is a grat work of music!
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Troy

No Human Words for this CD
yeah i can't come up with the words to describe this CD... unbelievable just doesn't cut it. First heard a tiny clip while listening to gothicradio.com. They were promoting the Sex, Death, and Eyeliner sndtk. I dl'ed No Human Words from mp3.com and had to buy it. There is nothing better than a great artist and a vocalist who just blows your mind in every way.
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Debby

Great CD!
First heard St. Eve when they supported Gary Numan a while back. This CD is BRILLIANT. Special mention for No Human Words. Absolutely A1 track.
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Angel Meehan

One of a Kind
Saw St. Eve at the Vampire Ball in New Orleans years ago and have been hooked ever since. Gabrielle you are awesome!
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thom gabaldon

nice
so far android lust has set the bar for this type of thing but i am sooooooo glad to see more women coming out in front instead of just being the nice and pretty secondary vocal ala blutengel...from teh first note this got to me but damn no human mouth was the "hit" off of this easily...nice way to start want to see more
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Jeremy X. Halpern

Wowie Zowie, baby...
I recommend her "Elixir" album just as highly, and my review for that covers my feelings for this one, so I'm going to paste it in here:

Each of the tracks is delectable, distinct, and multi-faceted, reminding me of nothing more than a gourmet dish from Chef David Bouley with a perfect wine pairing.

The sound production is superb; a beautiful balance between slick and raw. The Bowie comparison is very accurate, some of the cuts are reminiscent of his 1992 album "Earthling".

As a composer, St. Eve is terrific, choosing very tasty chord progressions throughout. I actually hate most albums I hear, and so was shocked to find myself wanting to listen to her albums over again.

As a lyricist, she is insightful and humorous, personal and profound. Her vocal performances are superlative, and the range of timbres is astounding. In some pieces she sounds like a seasoned cabaret singer such as Ute Lemper, in others there are flavors of Kate Bush and Grace Slick. In all cases her interpretive choices are strong and effective.
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