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3.85 | 15 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. From Snow to Sea (4:25)
2. The Tide Decides (5:33)
3. Out at the Edge of the World (10:55)
4. We Surfaced (5:41)
5. Fantastic Elevation (5:10)
6. Bon Voyage (7:32)
7. Trans-Atlantic (7:10)
8. Descending From the Dream (5:41)
9. State of Expectation (5:17)
10. Shooting Scenes (11:33)

Total Time 68:57

Line-up / Musicians

- Ethan / vocals; most instruments
- Andrew Greene / drums
- Aaron Bell / bass
- Teri Untalan / viola
- Raelyn Olson / harp

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ECHO US The Tide Decides ratings distribution

(15 ratings)
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Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(73%)
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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars This sophomore effort from US act Echo Us is a creation that will twist many heads for sure.

Mysterious, twisted and unexpected - in a varity of unusual ways. The production is smooth and careful, dissonances and disharmonies are nowhere to be found, and ambient passages does fill up quite a lot of playtime here.

But the good old harp and the violin does add a few unusual touches, while vocalist Ethan has a voice pretty identical to the guy that used to sing in Frankie Goes to Hollywood. Add in brief passages that musically sounds just like this act if they had a violinist and harp player onboard, a few select metal-inspired bursts as well as eastern-tinged keyboards and percussion layers coming and going and you might just start getting a feel for this album. Oh, and quite a few passages with spoken words as well.

Shifty, quirky and challenging stuff - but in a wildly different manner than most anything given such descriptions previously from my meagre knowledge. And well worth investigating if you fancy something unusual - or does find the above description intriguing.

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