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1 review » 4AD have issued a career retrospective from LISA GERRARD founder of Dead Can Dance who I've heard years ago but never heard any of her solo work. Immediatly Enya springs to mind but don't let that put you off. It's actually more like This Mortal Coil. Crikey I seem to have landed a load of 'mature' music this week. It's quite refreshing actually. We're not ageist here at the towers. This i ... »

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8/10 Ant Staff review, 08 February 2007

4AD have issued a career retrospective from LISA GERRARD founder of Dead Can Dance who I've heard years ago but never heard any of her solo work. Immediatly Enya springs to mind but don't let that put you off. It's actually more like This Mortal Coil. Crikey I seem to have landed a load of 'mature' music this week. It's quite refreshing actually. We're not ageist here at the towers. This is epic sounding stuff with big operatic vocals. It's mainly hugely miserable soundtrack covers. Incredibly cinematic making me imagine a lead character has been killed with the camera panning out and their loved one at their side. I thought this sounded familiar. Upon inspection of the sleeve notes I can see that 'Elysium' actually featured in the film Gladiator and is a fairly haunting piece of music. I think I've aged 15 years after listening to this. Brian is going to start listening to new age music and buy himself some crystals.


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