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|Jimmy Harry||Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Keyboards|
|Jimmy Harry||Arranger, Composer, Programming, Producer, Engineer|
|Greg Kurstin||Composer, Programming|
|Eiichi Naito||Executive Producer|
|Kio Griffith||Art Direction|
Posted October 1, 2010
A couple of songs ""Antihero" and "New Day Rising"" are getting played on some of the anime radio stations I listen to on the Internet and so I thought this album would be full of really pretty, pop-ish tunes. Those two are strong enough that I was convinced I wanted to hear more so I bought the CD. I was surprised to find a lot of really great instrumental work on "Inland Sea." Rin is absolutely fantastic at playing these traditional Asian instruments. As a whole the songs create a dream-like experience that is joyful and full of beauty. I would love to see these girls in concert! The only track I might get a little tired of is "Super Flat Part II", it's just got a little too much of the studio machinery in it. And if I have any real problem with the album it's that it seems heavily produced and I wonder if the girls in Rin couldn't make something quite lovely on their own without synthesizers intruding too much. But this album is superb as is. I certainly hope the girls put out more albums in the future, I will do my best now to hunt up anything else they've worked on.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 10, 2010
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