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Tags » Dark Pop
If the Satyriasis split was an unquestionable apex in ORE’s discography, then Apocalips, released the following year, is sadly a step down in quality. It continues exploring by and large the same themes both lyrically and musically, with the rather repetitive industrial/neofolk song structure being complemented by more ‘musical’ instrumentation, and Tomas’ vocals moving at times more towards singing rather than spoken word, and having an increasingly sensual edge to them. 189 more words
When it comes to British synthpop duo, Aquilo, we are caught in ambivalence – lyrically they have some saccharine lines that you’d expect to eyeroll, but instead you end up reciting it in the shower and feasting on its bittersweet cheesiness – oh Cheesus. 161 more words
I was given this CD as a Yule gift from my girlfriend at the time. If I recall things correctly, which is a thing that can often justly be called into question, it was the same Yule evening that I proposed to her, which would mean Yule 2005. 240 more words