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Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Melody Club - Human Harvest

"It's your last summer, and it's fading away"

They've done it again! Melody Club have yet to release a bad album, and while their latest is more melodically and rhythmically varied (ie: more-or-less a little 'slower' than we're used to from the band), it's a stellar collection of criminally catchy songs. I struggled to decide which track to share today (Dreamer's Wasteland, with its inspired children's choir is another must-listen), but eventually it came down to the oddly-titled Human Harvest. It was my initial standout, if for no other reason than its brazen epicness. It's a stab at the Bohemian Rhapsody format of pop song. There are four distinct melodic parts, ranging from melodramatic ballad to rollicking 80's arena rock. The story is an overblown drama concerning death and redemption and deals with the devil, but it's the melody here that works wonders. It's been stuck in my head for days and I'm a little worried that it isn't going to leave. I'll have a full review of the album, soon. In short: it's great.

Melody Club - Human Harvest by alienhits

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