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Invisible Ones

Author: Caitlin Hotchkiss
09/27/2005 | Chartattack.com | www.chartattack.com | Album Review
Given that she's one-half of dream-pop duo Azure Ray, Orenda Fink hasn't strayed too far from her roots. This is a definite plus, as her first solo album is a thing of delicate beauty. More new age than new wave, the Enya-style harmonies and atmospheric feel of Fink's songs particularly "Miracle Workers" and the darker "Les Invisibles" craft a sound that'll wrench the heart right out of your chest. Fortunately, the tracks do vary "Dirty South" breaks away from the chanting with some stomping rhythm and "Easter Island" opens with a neat jazzy feel. This is an album to listen to on a rainy day with an open diary and a broken heart.
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