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AMPLIFIER

Psychedelic/Space Rock • United Kingdom


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Formed in 1999 in Manchester, UK

AMPLIFIER is a Manchester based space rock band. This three-piece makes extraordinary music which is quite similar to the, also Manchester based, band OCEANSIZE. The band consists of Sel Balamir who plays guitar and is also the band's lead-vocalist. Than there's Matt Brobin, who is the band's drummer. Last, but not least, there's Neil Mahony who is the bassist. As you can see there's no keyboardist on board, so all the weird sounds and effects are played on the guitar, hence the name "AMPLIFIER".

For their 2004's selftitled debut album the band worked together with Steve Lyon to produce the album (he also worked with bands like THE CURE and DEPECHE MODE) and Chris Seldon for mixing it (also known for producing OCEANSIZE's "Effloresce" album and mixing music by THE FOO FIGHTERS).

Their music is highly original. They combine deep personal lyrics with walls of noise, combined with stunning melodies.

This band has been hailed a lot in the media. Kerrang! Magazine said this was ".the British rock-scene altering record" when talking about their selftitled debutalbum. Metal Hammer said they were ".the future of rock." and even Q magazine said that ".at present British rock doesn't get much better than this."

AMPLIFIER: This is highly original space rock. They mix a lot of different genres (I can hear Krautrock (a bit like Neu!) and Pink Floyd influences in their music) and combine them perfectly

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AMPLIFIER top albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

3.68 | 170 ratings
Amplifier
2004
3.50 | 123 ratings
Insider
2006
4.02 | 489 ratings
The Octopus
2011
3.82 | 215 ratings
Echo Street
2013
3.71 | 85 ratings
Mystoria
2014
3.70 | 96 ratings
Trippin' With Dr. Faustus
2017

AMPLIFIER Live Albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

5.00 | 1 ratings
Islington Academy Dec 9th 2011
2012
5.00 | 1 ratings
10th Anniversary Eternity Show
2012
3.75 | 8 ratings
Live In Barcelona 2013
2013
4.00 | 6 ratings
Live at the Exchange
2015
4.67 | 3 ratings
Live At Luxor
2018

AMPLIFIER Videos (DVD, Blu-ray, VHS etc)

5.00 | 1 ratings
Live in Berlin
2012
4.00 | 2 ratings
M/CR 18
2020

AMPLIFIER Boxset & Compilations (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

4.00 | 1 ratings
Intro
2018
4.00 | 2 ratings
Residue (Double Remaster)
2022

AMPLIFIER Official Singles, EPs, Fan Club & Promo (CD, EP/LP, MC, Digital Media Download)

4.00 | 1 ratings
Untitled Demo
2000
3.50 | 10 ratings
The Consultancy
2003
3.56 | 9 ratings
Neon
2004
3.88 | 63 ratings
The Astronaut Dismantles Hal
2005
4.00 | 3 ratings
Everyday Combat
2005
4.62 | 50 ratings
Eternity
2009
3.76 | 43 ratings
Fractal
2011
3.00 | 5 ratings
Silvio
2012
3.26 | 26 ratings
Sunriders
2013
3.55 | 11 ratings
Residue
2014
3.70 | 10 ratings
Residue (Part Two)
2015
5.00 | 2 ratings
Rainbow Machine
2017
4.00 | 4 ratings
Record
2017
5.00 | 2 ratings
Insider Versions
2021
5.00 | 1 ratings
Insider Leftovers
2021
4.50 | 2 ratings
Bonus EP (2004)
2021
5.00 | 1 ratings
Glory Electricity (Sunset Version)
2021
4.00 | 3 ratings
Red Feather
2021

AMPLIFIER Reviews


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 Eternity by AMPLIFIER album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2009
4.62 | 50 ratings

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Eternity
Amplifier Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Mellotron Storm
Prog Reviewer

5 stars I feel very fortunate to own all six AMPLIFIER studio albums but I'm even more excited about owning two of their EPs. The first "The Astronaut Dismantles Hal" at over 38 minutes because it was the only thing I owned by them for a long time so it became important. "Eternity" because it's simply the best record I own by this band. It was released in 2009 and thankfully had a re-issue in 2014 when I picked it up. Six songs over 36 minutes and it couldn't be much better to be honest.

"Amplified 99" is a great opener with plenty of energy, catchy too. "Come on and let yourself go." Heavy stuff. "Area 51" is such a cool track with experimental sounds to open and close it. Another killer tune with great vocals. Love when they amp it up each time. "The Ways of Amplifier" has a spacey start then the heaviness rolls in with some attitude in those vocals. Intense, especially after 3 minutes. "My Corrosion" is my favourite. It just doesn't sound like them with the synths? dancing like flute over top as what sounds like processed laughter comes and goes. Who knows? Then organ floods the soundscape. So different but it works to perfection. The warmth, the emotion, just too much. "Departure Lounge" sounds like a PINK FLOYD track from "Division Bell" quite ballad-like with the vocals going up at the end of the sentence at times like Gilmour does it once in a while. My least favourite yet I really dig this tune. "Number One Son" has such an anthemic way to end it repeating those lines over and over. Again it's just different opening with him saying "It's all about balance, it's all about discipline" in a fragile, processed sounding voice. Yeah I think of my only son a lot when listening to this one. So proud!

Four written reviews all 5 stars. I think that says it all.

 Mystoria by AMPLIFIER album cover Studio Album, 2014
3.71 | 85 ratings

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Mystoria
Amplifier Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Mellotron Storm
Prog Reviewer

4 stars After recording "The Octopus" in 2011 the band were exhausted, it wasn't a fun experience by any means composing 2 hours of music and coming up with the lyrics. But it was well worth it considering how well it sold and they would be signed by the K-Scope label as a result. Reminds me of RUSH doing "Hemispheres" and just the band telling us about how difficult it was composing such complex music, it was again not fun by any means. RUSH would go on to create the simpler "Permanent Waves" and they had a blast doing it while AMPLIFIER would make "Echo Street" and also becoming a four piece adding guitarist Steve Durose from OCEANSIZE and that second guitar really makes a difference giving them some sonic options.

"Echo Street" released in 2013 was followed by this record "Mystoria" in 2014. This is a stripped down, leaner album like "Echo Street" and they are having too much fun. This is melodic and heavy and the first three tracks exemplify this perfectly beginning with that opening instrumental "Magic Carpet" with the dual guitars and heavy rhythm section simply a ripping instrumental. "Black Rainbow" is a thunderous track with vocals. "Named After Rocky" has some great vocals and harmonies and the guitar is crying out before 2 1/2 minutes and the guitars really light this tune up. Least favourite is "Cat's Cradle" and I'm not that big on "The Meaning Of It" but the rest is gravy including the heavy closer "Crystal Anthem".

Such a great guitar album and I'm a big fan of Sel's vocals plus that rhythm section kills. Yes this is AMPLIFIER and a solid 4 star record.

 Echo Street by AMPLIFIER album cover Studio Album, 2013
3.82 | 215 ratings

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Echo Street
Amplifier Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Mellotron Storm
Prog Reviewer

4 stars I'm such a huge fan of this band and have been since hearing their 2004 debut back in the day. The complaint has always been that they're not proggy enough but I have no issues with that at all. They are a four piece with two guitarists, bass and drums playing a heavy brand of Psychedelia and Alternative music but they do mix things up beyond that. We get eight songs and an hour's worth of music. Top three please...

The opener "Matmos" at 8 minutes gets us off on the right foot. It's so quiet to start with spacey sounds for a minute then strummed guitar almost baritone sounding joins in with vocal melodies. Reserved vocals just before 2 minutes. How uplifting is this after 3 minutes as the sound changes including the vocals. Oh my! Check it out after 3 1/2 minutes. Back to the mellow sound after 4 minutes as contrasts continue. Man they hit such highs on this one. Drums to the fore after 7 minutes during a killer instrumental section then it ends like it began.

"Extra Vehicular" is top three number two. Twelve minutes long and the longest piece on here. Sounds build beautifully as reserved vocals join in. The sound is rich with plenty of depth as it moves along in a relaxed way. Vocals just before 2 minutes and it all gets kicked up a notch a minute later. A heavy instrumental section starts around 4 1/2 minutes with guitar over top. Themes are repeated and how good is this? How about the guitar after 7 minutes and later after 9 minutes. Final top three is "Echo Street" for being this unique sounding song with distant sounding vocals crying out the lyrics. So much atmosphere that we're drowning in it. Those vocals arrive after 2 minutes along with vocal melodies later. Check out the guitar very late.

Tracks 5 and 6 are my least favourites but this is still a very solid 4 star album in my world.

 Echo Street by AMPLIFIER album cover Studio Album, 2013
3.82 | 215 ratings

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Echo Street
Amplifier Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Michael919

4 stars Solid album!

Several months ago I went through a few week stretch of listening everything Amplifier had released (and available to me). It's one of those bands that is very consistent in the quality of their output.

Amplifier's signature sound and style is present in all of their albums and, if you like it, you will like each album to varying degrees. Their use of guitars instead of keys to create excellent soundscapes and their somewhat unique style of vocals and song structures result and something a little different than anything else out there. "Unique" is tough to achieve, and Amplifier pulls it off, repeatedly.

Echo Street may be my favourite from a prog perspective. It's a little darker overall than their other albums and the music is top notch. It's also a little more palpable at 60 minutes versus the 120 minutes of the excellent, Octopus. When I am more interested in something "a more rock", I'll put on their first two albums.

Echo Street opens with a 5 star tune called Mantos. Guitar with delay and light vibrato creates a wonderful wall of soundscape for the opening verses. You know you are in for an interesting listening experience quite quickly

I have mixed feeling for the next track, The Wheel. While a very good song, the repetitive, and a little cliché, chorus is a little off-putting to me. Extra Vehicular launches us back into the similar vibe of the opening track.

Where the River Goes is a very good tune that's just smooth and enjoyable with some nice, rock hooks, breaking into heaviness at 4:20 or so, expanding on the dominant chord progression of the chorus. Pure classic rock feel on this one.

Paris in the Spring?.what a nice tune! A very simple, done-a-million-time chord progression begins the track, but then a vocal theme that shows again several times in the tune come up and make it interesting, before the switch to a very nice new, dark melody, soft percussion with gentle ride symbol and wonderful vocals. At 8:30, this song keeps the listener's attention throughout, all with a very good flow between the various parts.

Between Today and Yesterday is another amazing tune with a nice folk music feel with acoustic guitar, nice melodies and great harmonies. The guitar work reminds me of Mikael Åkerfeldt's acoustic work. Very nice.

The title track is a little dreamy, with delayed guitars, accompanied by bass and drums and layers of sound and muted vocals. Psychedelic in the Amplifier way. The vocal build progressively over top all the zone-out repetition.

Mary Rose concludes the album with a repetitive note bass guitar in an eastern style in the signature style of the band. The vocals follow the notes of the bass. The song then kicks into a nice new melody with some catchy motif's. Rinse, repeat. Nice, more upbeat conclusion to a fine album. "Come on, let's catch the wind by its tail." "Come on, catch the wind in your sail!"

If you've never listened to Amplifier and want to give them spin, this is as good a place as any. They have managed to create a sound of their own, and that deserves some attention.

 Insider by AMPLIFIER album cover Studio Album, 2006
3.50 | 123 ratings

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Insider
Amplifier Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by The Crow
Prog Reviewer

3 stars After a wonderful first album and an equally great EP, Amplifier released this second effort called Insider!

And with the same line-up, Sel Balamir produced and composed this collection of alternative prog-rock songs with an even more saturated sound, strong drums and great bass lines. The lyrics are so philosophical as ever, with some humor always implicit on them, and the style of the band remains more or less unaltered in comparison with the first album, leaving a bit the most experimental side of the band showed in And The Astronaut Dismantles Hal.

Sadly, the album lacks a bit of variety in the long term and the compositions are also not so outstanding this time, despite a pair of truly great and inspired moments. So although Insider is a worthy follow-up of the incredible Amplifier, it's impossible not to feel a bit of disappointed after repeated listening.

Best Tracks: Gustav's Arrival (incredible instrumental opener), O Fortuna (one of Amplifier's classics and a very stimulating mixture of alternative rock, progressive structures and even country influences) and Strange Seas of Thought (great guitar riffs)

Conclusion: Insider was the confirmation that Amplifier was here to stay, showing moments of true talent with songs like O Fortuna. Sadly, in comparison with the almost perfect debut of the band this second album feels a bit repetitive, hollow and with some uninspired moments in the form of songs like the boring What is Music?

Nevertheless, it's an album that I will continue to hear in the future and a worthy addition to the very interesting Amplifier's discography.

My rating: ***

 The Astronaut Dismantles Hal by AMPLIFIER album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2005
3.88 | 63 ratings

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The Astronaut Dismantles Hal
Amplifier Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by The Crow
Prog Reviewer

4 stars With a length of almost 40 minutes, I consider that The Astronaut Dismantles Hal really is the second Amplifier album, placed between the astonishing self-titled debut and the second full length Insider.

And what can we found here? One of the most psychedelic and interesting works of this criminally underrated band, traveling through passages of pure space rock (For Marcia) to more alternative ones (Continuum) and some very stimulating experiments like the acoustic Scarecrows and the robotic and syncopated Into the Spacer Age.

The production is very good, almost better than in their debut, and although the quality of the album is not great the whole time (The Brain Room and Live Human are a bit under the rest in terms of songwriting), this is a another excellent work of this great British band!

Best Tracks: Continuum (a true Amplifier classic in live shows!), Into the Space Age (strange and very original track, unique in the band's career), Everyday Combat (typical Amplifier sound, dense and intense) and Scarecrows (a perfect acoustic and meditative ending for a great EP)

Conclusion: if you like Amplifier, you will love this EP. Nevertheless, if you do not know Amplifier yet I recommend you to start with their debut album instead, because this record is a more challenging and difficult one.

But please, don't take me wrong! The Astronaut Dismantles Hal is excellent anyway and a very worthy addition to any prog-rock collection.

My rating: ****

 Amplifier by AMPLIFIER album cover Studio Album, 2004
3.68 | 170 ratings

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Amplifier
Amplifier Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by The Crow
Prog Reviewer

4 stars One fact is clear about Amplifier... I think they are a love it or hate it band!

From the noisy, alternative and stoner atmosphere to truly space-rock moments, Amplifier are not the typical prog rock band. So, if you are seeking for some conventional progressions and instrumental flourishes, you are in the wrong direction.

The album opens with the incredible Motorhead, a blast of a track with powerful guitar, serious vocals and tons of ambiences disguised as a simplistic song. Wow! And surprisingly Airborne is even better with its sampled guitars and powerful bass lines. Is a song which grows and grows to an intense and catchy ending. At first listening it's a shock, but after a few plays you will not able to take this music out of your mind. The riff after minute 06:00 is pure magic!

Panzer does not give truce with even more power which takes the album close to stoner metal. And that's not a problem to me, because after progressive rock stoner is my favorite genre. What a blast! Old Movies has a beautiful beginning with hypnotic guitars, followed by the mellow voice of Belamir. The voice of this man is maybe not spectacular, but he sings in a deep, mellow tone which makes the music of Amplifier very nice to be heard despite the amount of noise that they sometimes make. And Old Movies is a good example. I love the guitars about 02:30!

Post Acid Youth has a strong bass at the beginning and a marvelous vocal melody, followed by another amount of hypnotic guitars and spacey ambients, with some strong distortion here on there. Definitely, it's nothing like Amplifier in the scene of music. Take it or leave it! At 03:35, we can hear a crazy rhythm with cool guitar effects followed by convoluted guitar riffs and space rock keyboards. And don't ask me how, it magically works!

Neon is bit more conventional, with guitar riffs which maybe could bring some post-grunge bands to mind. But this feeling soon disappears when a cool bass is introduced making the track sound like something new again. In this little details is where Amplifier really shines, and if you are not a thorough listener you can easily pass over them. On/Off starts again in a mellow semi-acoustic way which could bring even bands like Pearl Jam to mind and this time the song keeps this way, contributing to a very welcomed alternative variety to the album, till the song grows again around the minute 4 returning the omnipresent distortion, powerful drums and a curious falsetto from Belamir.

The Consultancy starts with a curious and piercing riff, which transform itself in the verses in a great rhythm for one of the most punk and direct songs of the album, with even some pop elements towards the end! It's also one of the shortest. And after that comes One Great Summer, my personal favorite of this album together with UFO's which is an hymn to positivism, self-confidence and the power of will. Just a perfect song for bad moments with a very well-crafted instrumental interlude!

And finally, UFO's closes this great album with a pure space-rock song with a truly beautiful guitar work and an incredible psychedelic ending with an astonishing instrumental passage which lead to one of the most intense vocal sections of the album at minute 06:00. Marvelous!

Conclusion: Amplifier is one hell of an album. Intense, extremely well written and with a bunch of really incredible songs. If you are into this kind of alternative-stoner-space-psychedelic rock you must hear this band!

They are one of the most underrated and criminally ignored bands of the last decade, and in their first and excellent album they managed to sound mature, consolidated and truly innovative.

Best tracks: Motorhead, Airborne, Panzer, One Great Summer, UFO's.

My rating: ****

 Trippin' With Dr. Faustus by AMPLIFIER album cover Studio Album, 2017
3.70 | 96 ratings

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Trippin' With Dr. Faustus
Amplifier Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Mellotron Storm
Prog Reviewer

4 stars I've been a big fan of this band since I heard their debut back in the mid 2000's. I still feel their 2003 debut is their best album and one I rated at 5 stars. Well, many albums later and here we are in 2017 with a new AMPLIFIER recording. Yay! Gotta love the album cover and the title of this recording. I guess they changed from a trio to a four piece starting with their 2013 album called "Echo Street" as the new member adds more guitar and more vocals.

"Rainbow Machine" opens with distortion that builds followed by drums and bass. A powerful soundscape is the result. Vocals arrive before 1 1/2 minutes as the powerful sound continues throughout. Nice start! Distortion and power end it as it blends into "Freakzone". Soon rumbling drums lead the way in this powerful soundscape. Vocals just before a minute. Man this is heavy stuff until they slow it down after 7 minutes as it winds down to the end.

"Kosmos(Grooves Of Triumph)" opens with guitar and atmosphere then it kicks in heavily. Vocals a minute in. I like this a lot, in fact it's a top four song for me. Like the previous track we get a very heavy sound until it settles back before 4 minutes although this is still heavy. It kicks back in with vocals before 4 1/2 minutes to the end. "The Commotion(Big Time Party maker)" has this heavy groove that kicks in fairly quickly. Distorted guitars join in as well then vocals a minute in. Catchy stuff. A calm 3 minutes in but it's brief. Love the guitar before 5 1/2 minutes to the end as he rips it up.

"Big Daddy" has lots of distortion and power as usual but we get female vocals this time for a change of pace. Nice guitar starting before 2 1/2 minutes and that bass is amazing as well. Vocals are back! "Horse" is another top four tune for me. Love this one, the lyrics are great and I like that there's some space to breathe here as we get some good contrasts between the heavy and less powerful(haha). The drumming kills after 3 1/2 minutes as the guitar screams away.

"Anubis" starts with acoustic guitar and a beat. Where's the power? Vocals are mellow too as they join in this catchy song. "Supernova" is another top four. This one is different with the synths and higher pitched vocals. Check out that opening line "Hey Mona Lisa, how's it hanging?" No wall of distorted guitar as instead we get upfront bass and a powerful atmosphere. Love the guitar and power 4 minutes in but it settles back quickly to end it.

"Silvio" opens with a guitar melody then vocals and pounding drums take over. It turns heavier before a minute. I like this one, it's different. Drums and vocals lead the way again before 2 1/2 minutes then it turns heavier as themes are repeated. "Old Blue Eyes" is my final top four. Oh my! Check out the distortion as the drums pound. Vocals join in quickly but that distortion will continue throughout. So good! Check out the guitar after 4 minutes to the end. Goodnight that's good!

If you like your music on the heavy side with an Alternative/ Psychedelic vibe then you really need to check this band out. A solid 4 stars!

 The Octopus by AMPLIFIER album cover Studio Album, 2011
4.02 | 489 ratings

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The Octopus
Amplifier Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Porcupineapple

5 stars "The grand benchmarks against which all British progrock albums will be judged", says the opening line on the cover of the original album. Bit cheesy and exaggerative, yet not far off from the truth.

First of all... double cd rambling on for two powerful hours? Yes please! The first cd takes a strong headstart with the Pink Floyd rip-off (ok, let's say inspired by) "Minion's song", to then lead the listener back to the more Amplifier-sounding tracks of "Interglacial spell" and "The wave". After a bit of this fill, the scene is now set for a brutal prog-piece, the title track "Octopus". Certainly not throwing the listener at the deep end right away, we are talking about a very slow build-up, which ends in some extremely strong prog-atmosphere, ticking and ticking towards the refrain, which then blows up in your face like a bomb with its beautifully built riffs after five minutes of slow expansion. The rest of the cd holds some mediocre and some more amazing moments alike, "White horses at sea" certainly belonging to the second one with its dreamy Floyd-like atmosphere again.

Then as you move on to the second cd, it will be hard not to notice that the opening 20 minutes are nothing short of a sheer prog-miracle, starting with "The sick rose". Eastern sounding soundscapes butter up the way for a series of increasingly heavy riffs, ending in a jaw-dropping and epic finale... Amplifier at their best. Not allowing you to rest much, the ride takes you right on to a much more playful song, "Interstellar". It is another favourite of mine with its bubbling riffs, which are toying with the listener through half of the song, not knowing where to go, then eventually settling for a less dark but definitely groovy finale. As for the rest of the cd, whilst not much else will stand out ("Fall of the empire" has a few cool bits though and I certainly love "Oscar night") I will still give the whole album the maximum rating... because it is just so damn well put together and because some of the songs are amongst the best ones I ever heard in this genre. Amplifier wanted to make a masterpiece that they can be measured against, and they did. And whilst they could (and probably should) have got rid of some more mediocre moments to result in a somewhat shorter but more spotless album, it does not change the fact that the strengths of The Octopus make this album outstanding enough for the band to be measured against it for the rest of their career... and yes, maybe even those other British bands.

 Echo Street by AMPLIFIER album cover Studio Album, 2013
3.82 | 215 ratings

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Echo Street
Amplifier Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by ergaster

3 stars 3.5/5

Amplifier is a band I have always found mildly frustrating, because their intricate space-prog sound is one that I feel I should like...but I seem to have difficulty doing so. I tended to love a few selected tracks over their discography, but could never manage to get through entire albums. Indeed, with the exception of about three tracks, I find The Octopus pretty much unlistenable.

Echo Street turned out to be a pleasant surprise; it is much more to my taste than earlier albums. Perhaps the addition of the two former Oceansize guys on bass and guitar has influenced this, but I find the new album more purely song-driven than earlier albums, beautifully melodic with a great mix of acoustic guitar and nicely dense and heavy electric. The epic track "Extra Vehicular" kicks major ass. The outstanding feature for me though, besides the beautifully structured songs, is the vocal work: Sel Balamir has a lovely, soothing voice, and the harmonies in "Between Today and Yesterday" are outstanding. Echo Street is probably my Number 1 singalong album.

Alas for all its qualities, the album simply did not have staying power. I played it a ton when I first got it, it really hooked me, but after a couple of months of heavy rotation, the interest in it wore off. As well, the last two tracks are not as strong as the rest and the album does peter out with rather a whimper. I still like it better than any of the other Amplifier efforts, but it is not an album I will return to very often, and then only to play a few selected tracks. So I guess Amplifier continues to be a band I find mildly frustrating?.

Thanks to king16 for the artist addition. and to Quinino for the last updates

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