Cuir Bleu | Slip Away

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Slip Away

by Cuir Bleu

“Electronic Rock with a spanking good beat”. Please go to www.cdbaby.com/cd/cuirbleu2 to purchase the final release of Cuir Bleu's Slip Away EP.
Genre: Electronic: Pop Crossover
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1. Slip Away
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2. Take A Picture
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3. I'm Your Lover
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4:41 $0.99
4. Falling Through Mirrors
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3:12 $0.99
5. Slip Away [stage mix]
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6. Branded (part 2)
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Anita Ann Draughon

Your music is very upbeat - reminds me of New Wave.
I have enjoyed your CDs. Your music is very upbeat. I enjoyed your Spanish twist on one. You are very talented. Some of your music reminds me of new wave - you have a lot of energy in your style. When you give a Spanish touch which, I don't know if you're trying, I enjoy more.

Your female artist is quite good. She follows the rhythm but keeps out in front. I enjoyed that. She seems to not let the style of music played interfere with her clarity.

I write songs and sing myself but I'm not in her league. She pronounces her words well, and keeps her sounds inviting.

Eric L.

Trance'n Good!
I only gave 4 stars because I wish there were more trax!
All songs are great, I especially like Branded and Falling Through Mirrors.

Johnny Target

"I'm Your Lover"--If I can just get the clubs to play that song!
Now granted, I may be bit biased. Afterall, I'm fortunate enough to be dancing for them at Folsom St this year...and of course at Shadow Play on October 7th but after being a Go Go Dancer at Bondage a Go Go for 3 years I kinda understand (or at least I hope) why the gothic and industrial clans go to the clubs for. Or at the very least, I understand why I go.
Dancing, for me, for the most part, is about losing yourself in the song. You don't think about the bad day at work you had, whether or not you have enough for rent and so on. You're just there, dancing to the song. It's kinda theraputic in away. "I'm Your Lover" does that. It has a mellow beat that's not too chaotic or too mellow that you feel you have to be a ballet dancer to enjoy. With the haunting oboe melody, it kinda wraps you up with a blanket of atmosphere that let's you get lost in the song, wondering where it's gonna take you next. It reminds me a bit of songs from groups like Dead can Dance and Sisterhood. Kinda why I like Goth and Industrial in the first place. Just the right mix of atmosphere, attitude and otherworldly sensiblilty.
Like I said...for just a little bit, you ain't got to worry about the b.s. of normal life...
...at least for a little while.