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3.94 | 4 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2013

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Tintern Abbey Ghost Monk Intro (0:13)
2. Seeing (5:11)
3. Seeing Further (1:47)
4. False Lights (4:38)
5. Golgotha (4:50)
6. Song from the River (6:00)
7. Turn the Tables (4:54)
8. Seaside Sid and the Giant Squid (5:32)
9. Halloween People (2:53)
10. Trees in the Wind (4:43)
11. Monsters of the Id (4:12)
12. Night of the Hunter (3:38)
13. Panorama (7:01)
14. Tintern Abbey Ghost Monk Outro (0:30)

Total time: 56:02


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- Soft Hearted Scientists / main artist

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CD (Due out May 1, 2013)

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4 stars Welsh band SOFT HEARTED SCIENTISTS is an entity that has been around in one shape or another for around a decade by now, making their initial foray into the world of recording artists in 2004 with two EPs, expanding their catalog with a substantial amount of EPs, compilations and albums over the next few years. Among more than a dozen productions "False Lights" is their third ever full length original studio album, self-released by the band in the spring of 2013.

Timeless music revolving around acoustic guitars and keyboards, light toned harmonic arrangements with a nice psychedelic flavoring is what Soft Hearted Scientists provides on "False Lights", complete with an underplayed tongue in cheek humor as a distinct presence throughout. Whimsical in mood and spirit, even when dealing with fairly dark subject matters, and with an overall sound that makes me suspect that fans of early Pink Floyd and The Beatles might make out a prime audience for the band. Especially for those amongst them who also tends to enjoy the bands exploring the so-called Canterbury tradition.

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4 stars The Welsh band "Soft Hearted Scientists" makes a special form of music not similar with other bands here on this site. They have made three records and the last one "False lights" was released this year. I don't get information about the musicians on this site by the record lasts for 56 minutes ... (read more)

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