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Burning The Days

Vertical Horizon

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Album Review

Returning to action after a six-year lull, Vertical Horizon head into some new territory on Burning the Days, moving in two separate directions: getting softer and sweeter on the slowest songs, while selling the drama on their harder numbers. Vertical Horizon still favor an immaculate production, which tends to make the proggier elements sound a little like a gentler latter-day Peter Gabriel, yet these numbers also benefit greatly from the thunder Rush drummer Neil Peart brings. Peart drums on a quarter of the album's 12 tracks, even penning the lyrics to the closing "Even Now," and he gives these tracks considerable force, pushing the amiable group toward a bolder, aggressive palette. These colors are all the brighter when compared to the rest of the record, where Vertical Horizon strum and whisper, creating warm, pleasant vibes.

Biography

Formed: 1991 in Washington, D.C.

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Launched in 1991 as a folk-based acoustic duo, Vertical Horizon gradually molded itself into a slick pop/rock outfit, culminating in the band's brief (but significant) heyday at the turn of the 21st century. Matt Scannell and Keith Kane first performed together at Georgetown University, where the two undergraduates honed their harmonized vocals at parties and local coffeehouses. Shortly after graduation, they relocated to Boston to record a debut LP, 1992's There and Back Again, and returned to their...
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