Where words fail, Musique speaks.
The unusual electro-indie band which began as an underground cult-followed group pioneered itself to the greatest stages maintaining its own identity. They were the first to establish a sound composed entirely of synthesizers and later evolved from a modern pop-like, tik-tok comparative sound to a darker and more raw industrial sound which positioned them as one of the greatest bands of all time.
The Many Faces of Depeche Mode explores the unusual gothic style that separates them from the new-wave alternative sound and provides proof that different is yet again an art form. The album brings back a newly remastered sound to the classic hits with enhanced collaborations and influential personalities in a modern era.
Don't expect this to be a compiled LP of classic original releases. Expect "the very best" composed of versions of original songs by the individual band members with their own group and it is smoldering fire. The electro-goth is vibrant which with its original counterpart displays the timeless overlap decades later.
Most commonly known for his music and his spiritual belief that allowed him to indulge in the devil's lettuce, Bob Marley will always be seen as a leader that worked hard to provide a change in worldwide popular culture. His vision and persistence led to the unveiling of the lower and working-class oppression and sought out unification and peace. Bob Marley was not born with musical and vocal talent and knew he had to practice and work hard to gain the voice and skill that would allow him to do so through his music. He always knew he was going to be successful and pursued that very goal.
As Marley gained recognition and fame, he never allowed money to change that very dream of peace and unity and provided the voice of those that could not.
On September 23, 1980, as he stepped on the stage of his last concert, he already knew his fate as he had been battling a form of skin cancer. Little did the attendants know, that performance would be the last of a musical legend.
Because of the rhythmic melodic tones in his music and powerful lyrics, there are few musicians that can capture decade-timeless pieces. Legend- is such an album composed of a few of the most powerful interactions between music, peace, love, and politics still relevant years after they had been recorded. In his final words "Money can't buy life"- Bob Marley 11, May 1981.
Without a doubt, the nostalgic blend and modern digital technology give an album a more omnidirectional sound that allows you to pick up the subtle sounds of instrumentals and vocals. Now mix that sweet crackle and pop of a needle on vinyl that with the sounds of Durrand Jones and the Indications and it really brings nostalgia back to life with a modern twist.
There is no need to compare the vocals to some of the soulful greats because the voices stand the test of time, unique to the very essence of each track. Each member of the band introduces a unique artistic freshness that fills the room with simplicity and freshness. Each cymbal crash, tom and snare, and bass riff blend melodically with the organ and hit the medulla with a trip down to memory lane. It literally gives the listener the essence of a timeless decade into a modern society.
It’s without a doubt that the popularity may originate within the Chicano culture but the intonations and smooth passionate grooves blend into so many other subcultures. The soul revivalist movement is making its way back with a new vibe, a great reminder of one's cultural roots.
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