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Invisible Ones

Author: Trevor Kelly
08/03/2005 | Harp | www.harpmagazine.com | Album Review
Most people who look at the cover of Invisible Ones before listening to
it will think Azure Ray's Orenda Fink has completely lost her shit. The
face paint it turns out, concerns her recent spiritual quest to Haiti;
her debut solo album, on the other hand, is the most accomplished
collection she's appeared on that's not by Bright Eyes. Ranging from
world beat experimentalism to grand, symphonic emotional electronica,
Invisible Ones proves Fink is ready to join out-in front female
mavericks like Tori Amos and Bjork. This inversely means that it sounds
nothing like her Azure Ray running mate Maria Taylor's fragile and
pristine solo debut 11:11 released earlier this year. That record also
sounded a lot like Azure Ray; Fink's album succeeds mostly because it
doesn't . So take that for what you will. Who knew that could be such a
compliment?
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