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  1. Amnesia
    by Ivan Beecroft
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    Some excellent chord progressions on this track and Ivan has really kept the instrumentation tight. The solo is suitably grungy with just a hint of retro early 1990s. I can see this track as the ending credits music to a film.
  2. Fine Art to be Appreciated from a Toadstool
    by Basement Surfers
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    Fine Art to be Appreciated by the Basement Surfers has a really great guitar vibe to it. That tone on the guitar, coupled with the Synth and the backing vocals gives it an very beachy quality. This is is chill out music to jam along to.
  3. Self-Aware
    by Julien the Child
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    Self-Aware is an interesting track. Oliver Elridge's vocal has more than a little Adam Levine sound to it. Self-Aware is one of those tracks that it might take a few listens to get into. Production wise, it's mostly spot on. I liked the piano intro, but the rest was a little too electronic.
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  4. A Man For No Season
    by Eric Anders
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    Some hauntingly beautiful guitar work here from Eric. His vocal has that ever present Neil Young quality about it that lends some added pathos to a Man For No Season. Some perfect slide guitar flourishes too which all culminate in a a beautiful ending for the track.
  5. Faces
    by Jay Regan
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    This track is the standout track on Wash Me. The drums are exceptional in driving this track along and the backing vocals are an absolute triumph! Jay has created something here that a wide range can enjoy!
  6. The Tragedy of the Commons
    by The Long Dark Road
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    The beginning of this track isn't to my personal taste but then it goes into a drum-driven piece that is absolutely sublime. It reminded me somewhat of Lynyrd Skynyrd's tracks. It's a piece that's worthy of a hard rock party if ever I heard one!
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  7. Gateway to Sol III
    by Fourth Dimension (4D) Aka Jody Giachello
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    This track is more of a link piece, which wouldn't sound out of place as an ambient track on a science fiction game. I like it for it's use of the Moog and they somehow managed to texture it enough to keep it interesting.
  8. This Longing Heart
    by Dusty Grant
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    This track is a masterclass in acoustic busking. The vocals are a perfect accompaniment to this one, it really has a driving rhythm to it. I will definitely be replaying this one and hope to hear more from Dusty in the future.
  9. The Love We Have Forever
    by Verena von Horsten
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    Verena has created a wonderful track here that perfectly describes the ebbing and flowing of the bond of love. Her beat poet-like vocals go perfect over the Indian flavour of the song. Then, we have a sudden, ethereal end, which is much like how life is sometimes, as Verena knows all too well with what she has been through. All in all, a superb track that warrants a definite replay
  10. Cosmic Dance (Single)
    by Andrew Goldring
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    Cosmic Dance, what can I say? This sounds like a track that fits perfectly as an album end. Andrew's vocals on the verses are very reminiscent of Neil Young in his After The Gold Rush period. Then he brings it up to date in the chorus. The drums and bass are superb, melded with the guitars and keys the whole song creates just what he's singing about - a Cosmic Dance!
  11. Hello Abyss
    by Nehedar
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    Catacomb Catacomb
    Nehedar has managed to create something interesting, if a touch too retro, especially on 'Catacomb' which sounds as if it would have been a radio hit in 1986. Cataldo's voice is very clear and happy and easy to listen to. 'You're Beautiful When You Fall Apart' is a stand out track for me, the guitar on that is reminiscent of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' sound. The album has its high points and lows, but overall is solid.

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