Chandeen Teenage Poetry 2008 320k (heavenly voices / dark wave)

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Chandeen Teenage Poetry 2008 320k (heavenly voices / dark wave)

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Name:Chandeen Teenage Poetry 2008 320k (heavenly voices / dark wave)

Total Size: 124.23 MB

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 Chandeen - Teenage Poetry -2008 -320k.sfv

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 11- Dreaming A Thousand Dreams.mp3

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 09 - The Coming Dawn.mp3

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 10 - The Sentiments Of An Old Love Story.mp3

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 08 - Clean The Traces.mp3

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 06 - A last Goodbye.mp3

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 07 - Looking Forward,Looking Back.mp3

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 04- At The End Of All Days.mp3

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 05 - From The Inside.mp3

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 02- Welcome The Still.mp3

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 03- New Colouring Horizon.mp3

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 01- Teenage Poetry.mp3

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1. (00:02:09) Chandeen - Teenage Poetry
2. (00:04:17) Chandeen - Welcome The Still
3. (00:03:51) Chandeen - New Colouring Horizon
4. (00:04:24) Chandeen - At The End Of All Days
5. (00:04:53) Chandeen - From The Inside
6. (00:02:20) Chandeen - A Last Goodbye
7. (00:05:48) Chandeen - Looking Forward,Looking Back
8. (00:04:33) Chandeen - Clean The Traces
9. (00:05:50) Chandeen - The Coming Dawn
10. (00:03:34) Chandeen - The Sentiments Of An Old Love Story
11. (00:11:44) Chandeen - Dreaming A Thousand Dreams
Playing Time.........: 00:53:22
Total Size...........: 122.25 MB
NFO generated on.....: 14/06/2008 07:41:39

Featuring a new vocalist, this resurrected German darkwave project shimmers between shoegazer and ethereal motifs.
While many of their fans felt that with the departure of vocalist Antje Schultz, this '90s-era German darkwave band was effectively no more. While Schultz was quite the presence, she was not their first muse, and thus with the addition of Julia Beyer, Chandeen has been resurrected after a four year absence to offer onto the masses their Teenage Poetry.

Beyer's certainly not new to the world of music; her other project, Technoir has been an underground success for years within the European synthpop scene. While a few electronic elements do glimmer here and there alongside Beyer's lush talent, one shouldn't expect any residual technopop here. Chandeen's vision remains drifting and enigmatic, with the record being like an autumn sea filled with currents of piano and acoustic guitar with ripples of relaxed percussion. "Welcome the Still" is a shoegazer album cover in motion; amidst intermittent strums of acoustic guitar and trembling waves of luminous synth, bare bone drums snap their fingers with beat poet leisure to Beyer's vivid sighs of ennui. Their instrumentation grows in breadth for "New Colouring Horizon," though their watercolor motives remain largely the same.

Beyer tiptoes around falsetto memories of lost love to the ginger twinkle of piano, yet the piece grows bold as guitarist Mike Brown bows into the spotlight to offer a brassy jangle. With "The Coming Dawn," even their lyrics fade into their pastel-colored storm cloud. Though strands of Beyer's cottony lilt remain, its core is a caramel drift of Spanish-inflected acoustic guitar, dreamy wordless sighs, and the aloof hoot of forest woodwinds. However, the sweetest melodrama is within "From the Inside;" it's like reflecting back on a sour memory only to find the inherent beauty in such youthful drama. Beginning with swampy bass drum croaks and curious bubbles, it seems at first that Beyer's velvet melancholy will be mired within this trip-hop bog. However, while her lyrics may remain bittersweet at best, a golden stroke of guitar in its chorus causes it to glow daydream bright.

Though quite lustrous, one may find that Teenage Poetry doesn't quite live up to its dramatic title. Each piece is quite lovely and sentimental, but it doesn't stray to far from its downtrodden core. Still, Beyer's wondrous voice brings back memories of the dusky Cowboy Junkies, especially when tangled with Brown's somber guitar work. Even though it's more of a steady plateau of quality than one studded with peaks and valleys, it's a gorgeous release that should sate any Chandeen fan's heart.

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