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Category: Melodic Rock
Label: Zero One
Catalog Number: ZOECD1
|1.||Coming Up for Air|
|2.||Losing My Fear|
|4.||On Your Side|
|5.||Brave New World|
|6.||Feels Like Home|
|7.||Middle of Nowhere|
|9.||Reach for the Sun|
|12.||Pray for Rain|
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|From: juan carlos||Date: September 22, 2010 at 18:19|
|Very Peaceful, romantic, atmospheric and Obscure Melodic Pop/Rock there are very intimate, quiet and beautiful songs, I enjoy listening the whole album. "Brave New World" reminded me a bit of "Fast Car"(Tracy Chapman's song). Good job Dan! 8.8/10|
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|From: Jez||Date: November 16, 2010 at 21:11|
|There is nothing much in common here with his Network days, but the the songwriting, lyrics and voice are unmistakable. There are some very fine, well written songs on here, and even though alot of them are acoustic based, they are far from stripped back and basic, with the arrangements, use of some different instruments and orchestrations on some songs bringing out a rich, layered sound throughout. I find myself liking this one more and more with each subsequent spin and this is definitely an album you can enjoy all the way through, without skipping any tracks. Excellent stuff.|
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