Rms | What Has Remained

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What Has Remained

by Rms

Soulful, reflective piano rock
Genre: Pop: Piano
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1. Canon
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4:43 $0.99
2. Brothers on the Outside
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3:37 $0.99
3. Princess Valentine
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3:43 $0.99
4. She Fell
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2:23 $0.99
5. Bittersweet Lullaby
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3:59 $0.99
6. So Unprofessional
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2:30 $0.99
7. The Brilliant Stars
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3:33 $0.99
8. Silver
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3:09 $0.99
9. A Farewell to Friends
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3:42 $0.99
10. Katie Don't Cry
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Album Notes
This artist (RMS) explores a style that's a defined crossover between soulful piano and pop music. The main focus of this CD lends itself to piano and voice, although there are a large variety of different instruments involved. Acoustic and distorted guitar, bass guitar, drums, vibes, trumpet, several different vocalists with varying styles, and an entire 4 part choir all take part in creating a solid 10 track album appropriately titled "What Has Remained".

"What Has Remained" touches on all the truest and most beautiful aspects of the human experience- from hope (Canon) to betrayal (Brothers on the Outside) to confusion (Bittersweet Lullaby) to the realization that even the best of things must come to end (Katie Don't Cry). To quote this artist, "it is my belief that throughout our lives, these experiences will remain locked away in the heavens, in the brilliant stars above....so years from now, when I've gotten a little older, I will look into the stars and smile, for the shadows of my past will be there, dancing eternally in the vastness of infinity". This point is illustrated further by Vincent Van Gogh's painting "Starry Night", which is in fact imbedded onto the CD itself.


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Brie Puneky

The best CD I have gotten in a long time.
Wow,this CD is amazing. The talent defiantly shows through in every song. The piano is gorgeous and the voice is vibrant and all together the music is soothing. Since I have gotten a copy I have listened to it everyday! Each song hits so close to home I feel that RMS is singing about my life. It truly is a CD of excellence.

Renee Schmidt

Pretty much awesome
Richard came to our show choir event and sang one of his songs during our talent show, me and a friend heard him sing and bought his cd right away... it really is a great buy!

Toney Chem

This CD is great because I sing in it. Yes...Buy it! And check out my CD...hehe!

Evan Cook

RMS is easily the next Ben Folds
A wonderful CD. The lyrics are saturated with realistic emotion, the chord pregressions are inventive and addictive, and the piano is flawlessly integrated with the rest of the instruments.

Ryan Deets

Just Good Music
What has remained is a great CD. It is very good chill music. It will relax you while dancing a jig with your emotions and making sweet sweet love to your ear drums, and who doesn't want that?

Erik Smested

Buy it, if you want
If you're here, then you know richdog, and should probably buy a copy.

miss y

well done piano, but the lyrics don't match up
This CD is filled with good piano music. The first track, Canon, features a lengthy, beautiful piano intro, and the rest of the album doesn't disappoint in that sense. The vocal melodies aren't catchy for the majority of the album, but Katie Don't Cry happens to be an exception. The main disappointing factor of this album is the lyrics. Since this is a more emotional album, it is more slow than slow, so I actually noticed the lyrics. Which were a bit disappointing considering the other positive factors of this album. The words are emotional to the point of being maudlin, and they just didn't match up with the sincerity of the instrument in the background.