Margaret Far | Echo Chamber

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Echo Chamber

by Margaret Far

Escape into the echo chamber. Dark, meditative music with introspective lyrics.
Genre: Electronic: Progressive Trance
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1. Echo Chamber
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2. Higher
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3. Come Live with Me
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4. Falling
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5. Springtime
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6. Only Now
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7. Electric Sky
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8. Must Be Love
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9. Tell Tale
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10. Walking the Circle
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Tim

FINALLY
Normally I write detailed, well-thought-out reviews after several full listens on good headphones. I barely even listened to the SAMPLES and bought this album on the spot because I'm that confident it's going to be awesome. The last I heard from Margaret Far was a collaboration with Delerium in 2003, and since then, have been waiting to hear something. Woohoo! Win.

Tim

since I can't edit the first review
Edit- I love it! "Falling" and "Only Now" are the highlights for me, and the rest is great too. A more polished, more streamlined follow-up to Daytrip. I really hope I hear more of her voice soon. Another Delerium collab would be great, and so would a collaboration with a similar artist like Sleepthief or Schiller.