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SENDA'S SONG

Spiral

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

2.10 | 2 ratings

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Finnforest
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2 stars Senda's Song is a shorter singles edit of a track called "The Memories Speak" from Spiral's "The Capital in Ruins" album of a few years back. It features Spiral contributor Senda Shallow doing a fragile and emotive vocal contrasted occasionally by the harder-edged guitar and programmed drumming. These fall away again leaving Senda singing over what sounds like a flanged effect on the guitar. The B side is an interesting unreleased track from the Spiral vaults (which must be enormous given their prolific creative habits). "The Sun Cauterizes His Soul" is a slow almost folksy based track with strummed guitar chords and cool upfront bass lines complimenting. The vocals are hollow and resigned, giving expression to horrific post-disaster imagery of the lyrics. But there is never any crushing here, Spiral goes the other direction with this and laments the pain in a less extreme manner. Nothing wrong with these songs, the rating is just noting this is a "fans" release. Senda's Song should be heard in full on Capital album and the B side is nice but not all that necessary. Great cover art in the Spiral tradition.
Finnforest | 2/5 |

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