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by Paul Emery

Paul Emery's stunning electronic, soulful debut album is full of brooding, beautifully crafted dark electro-torch pop songs that evoke Black Celebration/Ultra era Depeche Mode whilst still maintaining a wonderful sense of uniqueness and introspection.
Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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1. Hark the Night
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2. Frustration
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3. The Easy Child
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4. Love Is a Feather
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4:29 $0.99
5. Device
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3:41 $0.99
6. Riot of the Soul
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7. Tranquilizer
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8. Gentle Rain
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5:46 $0.99
9. Lovespectre
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10. Its the Dark That Makes You Stronger
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11. Grey Town
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12. Drake
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Album Notes
Paul Emery writes from the heart on this powerful set of confessional synth/soul torch songs ranging from the aggressive squelch of "Device" and the haunting electro-pulse of "Hark The Night" through to the mesmerising simplistic beauty of dark, personal ballads "Its The Dark That Makes You Stronger" (a stark account of depression's grip) , "Grey Town" (social outcasts) and joyous moments of personal freedom and salvation in "Gentle Rain" and the melancholic majesty of "Love Is A Feather".
There are echoes of Depeche Mode's "Black Celebration" here and there contrasting softer ballads with the more menacing , but this album still maintains a unique -quality. A strong set of electro-pop songs that deserve your ears attention.
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