Alice Lee | The Quicksand EP

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The Quicksand EP

by Alice Lee

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Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Could This Be Love?
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2. Not An Exit
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3:36 $0.99
3. Quicksand
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4:10 $0.99
4. Running Into Walls
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5. Quicksand (Kellogg's Diner Remix)
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6. (remix ctd.)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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matthew

is there anything she can't do?
bossa nova, drum&bass, a bittersweet guitar and cello ballad, a blazing rocker...this cd has it all and shows just how amazing miss lee's range really is. i mean, not just anyone can get a brubeck on their record...that require skills!

A. McClenahan


I happen to prefer Alice's "The Art of Forgetting" a little more than this EP just because of the wider variety of songs on "Forgetting." However, "Could This Be Love?" is a standout, as is "Not an Exit". Alice has a great voice, and her songs stand up to repeated listenings; the only songs I tend to skip are the remixes for "Quicksand" just because I prefer the style of the original version of "Quicksand." I look forward to hearing more from Alice.

Ghostdog

These songs are engaging! Intoxicating! I couldn't stop playing them.
Alice's voice is going to get to you.Whether the music is rocking or grooving hard,it's her voice that'll keep bring you back.
The tracks have a silky, translucent sheen that frame the tales this singer has to tell. Check out the Kellog's mix remix!