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Tom Slatter

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3.95 | 3 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2012

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1. Earthbound (5:34)

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3.95
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Review by Epignosis
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4 stars According to the artist, "This track was improvised using a couple of guitar takes, three synth takes and three vocal takes. Words were produced via randomiser which I then edited." This song is incredibly mellow, the musical equivalent of drifting through the clouds. It sounds like it belongs in the dream sequence of an indie film. The vocal delivery is akin to John Wetton, but I am reminded of The Ninth Wave from Kate Bush's The Hounds of Love. It is rare to hear someone do so much with two chords. "Earthbound" generates mixed feelings of being lost but having a sense of calm peacefulness all the same.

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