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1 review »New CD from Serena Maneesh from Norway. Now the first song on here is one of the best things I've heard all year. The perfect combination of Brian Jonestown Massacre, My Bloody Valentine and Lush. A shoegaze anthem that never was. Fantastic, thrilling stuff. Living proof that music still has the ability to make my legs go all wobbly. So good in fact that they re-use the melody in the third s ... »

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Serena Maneesh by Serena Maneesh
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9/10 Clinton Staff review, 27 November 2006
New CD from Serena Maneesh from Norway. Now the first song on here is one of the best things I've heard all year. The perfect combination of Brian Jonestown Massacre, My Bloody Valentine and Lush. A shoegaze anthem that never was. Fantastic, thrilling stuff. Living proof that music still has the ability to make my legs go all wobbly. So good in fact that they re-use the melody in the third song......and therein lies the problem. This album starts off like an express train  - the first three songs are great and you really think you're delving into a modern classic. But once you get deeper into the album the melodies start dissipating and the guitar solo's become more frequent as the band start to run out of ideas. There's still some marvellous Can like jams and a truly lovely My Bloody Valentine style (dare I say the word) ballad about half way through that will knock your socks clean off.

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