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- tmtazz200818 Oct, 2009by
Keane's latest album Perfect Symmetry.
I am really loving this album - wasn't overly impressed when I first heard it but it's a real grower...the more you listen the more you want to keep playing!! some good lyrics and great up-beat tempo's as well as a few beautiful ballads that Keane manage to do so well...I'm amazed that they have managed to try something a little different with this album but still manage to sound like Keane...would def recommend buying this album - you wont be dissapointed!
- the-orange-boxe...21 Mar, 2009by
Keane - Pefect Symmetry - (album) 2008.
A great batch of songs here from Keane. Every track has a real purpose and is performed with passion and feeling. Expertly mastered and mixed for maximum listening pleasure, there are few dull moments in the 50 minutes of playing. Better Than This (track 3) features almost Phil Collins style drumming in the middle, for a short section, helped along by the engineering. Perfect Symmetry (track 5) appears to be a response to terrorism (7/7 in particular) and religion. You Haven't Told Me Anything (track 4) is another of the albums triumps and an instant favourite, the closing vocals come through with ear catching pitch. Opening track Spiralling features more facinating lyrics, a trademark of this highly talented group, and punches through the speakers with great power. Keane have no fear of expressing their views in their music but do so in a constructive, thought provoking way. You Don't See Me (track 6) is a reminder of Chris de Burgh both lyrically and musically. Again And Again (track 7) is another classic song full of energy and superb vocals. Black Burning Heart (track 10) is heartfelt and fast, liking of it increases with every listening. In my opinion, the less interesting songs are The Lovers Are Losing (track 2) Playing Along (track 8) and Pretend That You're Alone (track 9). The 'lesser' songs are more than made up for by the sheer brilliance of the others featured around them. This fine album closes with Love Is The End (track 11), a quieter track of a more jazzy, reflective style and is a great way to close the record. Read full review
- john_paulwalker07 Feb, 2009by
Keen on Keane..?
Bought this as an Xmas present for the other half and have to say it's been a success. It was bought on the strength of 'Spiralling' and thankfully there are a few other decent tracks on the album. I'm not a fan of the band myself but have to confess to enjoying the majority of the album whenever it's on in the house or the car. The other half certainly rates it so all in all a successful purchase.
- grandmothermead...19 Jan, 2009by
This is Keane at their best, bringing in different sounds and also introducing the new band member. For lovers of the Keane type of music this has reverted back to the Hopes and Fears era, whilst still keeping the magic of Under the Iron Sea, as well as the new Keane sound. Expirence Keane. If you love them you won't be disappointed, if you've never listened to them.... try it, you'll be hooked.
- ricardodc3208 Jan, 2009by
Keane - Perfect Symmetry (CD 2008)
This was a gift, I heard it's good. I don't know much about Keane but I have to write at least 100 characters. I don't have anything else to say except that I hope all of you have a wonder 2009.
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