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Sinch - Sinch (2002) Retail CD
Sinch is a rather stunning affair. Most bands only dream of being this orignal. It's impossible to put "Sinch" into a genre, while carrying a slight grunge edge from former days Sinch always seemed a step ahead and they're resent release is no exception. "Sinch" shows an heavier edge than previous releases but also contains a more Complex side. While Jamie stem (vocals) has politcal issues and lyrics written in some songs he doesn't try to shove them down you throat Constantly (like some other bands S.O.A.D perhaps) and he doesn't moan about injustice either which is a welcome relief. Tonymore… (Guitars) shows his ability throughtout the album with the stunning opening riff for "To die in fall" and his keen electronics skill throughout the album but Particularly in the beautiful "Bitmap". Yet another side is shown to the sinch in the subtle tones of "The artic ocean", a number about lost love which filters through real emotion rather than a whine or rant and "Plasma" is a simply brillant piece of music from start to finsh. The crypitally titled "Seven" and "Tabula rasa" show how Sinch captivate a heavy sound while not losing they're feet. An extra point is reserved just the in-human scream of Stem on "Passive resistor". Quite frankily stunning.
|1||To Die in Fall|
|2||433 (Hypothetical Situation)|
|6||The Artic Ocean|
|9||The Silent Acquiescence of Millions|
- Sinch - Sinch (2002) Retail CD
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- 30/04/07 by allcdcovers
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