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Cinemasonic

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Album Review

Cinemasonic (the CD version) was released to coincide with All About Eve's first official live video document, the Cinemasonic DVD. While it's all great and wonderful that this band is back in the fold and writing some damn fine new tunes ("Ctrl-Alt-Delete," "Sodium"), All About Eve could have put out a CD with better sound quality. The songs on this release, both new and old, are great. The arrangements are solid and the playing (albeit by a barely recognizable band — with two of the original members gone and three replacements) is spot-on. But the sound — oh, the sound just isn't there. This comes off sounding like a decent bootleg but not an official recording, even though it's not considered to be a stopgap release. But, of course, it's definitely one of those CDs that longtime fans will clamor for, while rookies to AAE can probably hold out for the studio stuff.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

All About Eve arose out of Britain's '80s goth rock scene with a unique, folk-rock-influenced take on the style. Former journalist and Gene Loves Jezebel bassist Julianne Regan was encouraged by members of the Mission U.K. to form her own band after singing background vocals on some of their material. She assembled former Aemotti Crii members Tim Bricheno (guitar) and Andy Cousin (bass), plus drummer Mark Price, and sprinkled her songs with references to hippiedom and white-magic mysticism. Their...
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