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Invisible Review: “A little realism is included”

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By Deleasa I wish I could recall how I felt the first time I heard “Invisible.” As the first single, it had a unique sound that immediately caught my attention.  It kicks off with a combination of crashing sound of the drums and whispering voice.  I wasn’t familiar with Graham Coxon at all but his… Continue reading Invisible Review: “A little realism is included”

Invisible Review

Wow. It has been a long time since I was able to sit down and blog. I knew that January was going to be insane at work but I had no idea. Anyway, I appreciate everyone’s patience as I start to get things up and running in this new or latest version of the blog.… Continue reading Invisible Review

[Reach up for the] Sunrise

Can you believe we have reached Astronaut?! The reunion of the Fab Five?!? The glorious days of the 2000s?!? (perhaps that’s a bit of a stretch) Regardless, it is true. We have indeed arrived. Astronaut is Duran Duran’s eleventh studio album, released in September of 2004 on Epic Records. It was the first full album… Continue reading [Reach up for the] Sunrise

Kiss Goodbye

Kiss Goodbye is a 41 second stand-alone prelude to Last Day on Earth, and it features Nick on Keyboards. When we say we review an album, we review the whole thing, including the 41 seconds of Kiss Goodbye, so let’s get into it! Audio Rhonda The thing is, these little interludes are synonymous with Duran… Continue reading Kiss Goodbye