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Saturna Really Loves Music April 23, 2007

Posted by Ryan in Saturna, Some Delicious Enemy.
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 Saturna is pleased to that UK blog I Really Love Music has written such a glowing review of Some Delicious Enemy.   The lengthy and well thought out review starts out with this;

 “The album that the band have self released is a cracker of the usual elements, drawn out guitar lines, layers of guitars and lazy sunshine kissed melodies with hints of darkness hidden away in the corners. despite the lack of record label budget, superb opener Roll Down even manages to revive those backward underwater guitars that Kevin Shields took years to create for the My Bloody Valentine masterpiece, Loveless.

He also writes, “Pop Rocks really hits the pleasure spot with an obvious love for snarled lip arrogance of early days BRMC, but with an interesting use of layered vocals and beach boys styled breakdown in the middle before the guitars are let loose again.

You’ve got to read the whole review yourself here:  http://ireallylovemusic.vox.com/library/post/saturna—some-delicious-enemy.html

Saturna is also pleased to provide the light at the end of the tunnel for a Greek blogger amidst her sorrow:  http://soundsofmine.pblogs.gr/2007/04/you-gave-me-hope-amidst-my-sorrow.html

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1. mp83 - April 23, 2007

“amidst HIS sorrow” I should correct you…

By the way,I listened all tracks off of ‘. . All Night” last night and I have to admit it’s really good for a debut.

2. Ryan - April 23, 2007

woops, sorry about that.

Thanks for the compliment.


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