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Just To Feel Anything (2012)
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Published: [S.l.] : Editions Mego, [2012]
Description:  1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN/ISSN: 9786314865207,
Language:  English

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Emeralds is Mark McGuire, Steve Hauschildt and John Elliott

Written, recorded and mixed in June 2012 at Tangerine Sound, Akron, Ohio

Before your eyes -- Adrenochrome -- Through & through -- Everything is inverted -- The loser keeps America clean -- Just to feel anything -- Search for me in the wasteland Related Searches:
Electronica (Music)
Alternative rock music
Avant-garde (Music)
Popular instrumental music -- 2011-2020
Compact discs
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Turn on the Lava Lamp

I'd like to see these guys live. In a planetarium. With lasers. Simply put, the trio Emeralds' 2012 album, Just to Feel Anything, hearkens back to the days when synthesizer music was spacey and expansive. It's kind of like the album Tangerine Dream has refused to make since the early 80s. The seven instrumental pieces have ghostly soundscapes, pulsing sequencers and drum machines, fuzzed-out guitar solos, the whole package. To me, Everything Is Inverted is the standout cut. To be fair, Through & Through and Search for Me in the Wasteland are more guitar-centric and almost hummable, but mostly, this is a put-on-the-headphones-and-turn-on-the-Lava-Lamp kind of collection that just carries you away into the Milky Way...
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