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Pretty Good Music

This album is very enjoyable... I wish Ryan Farish could make a colabo with ATB, it'll be awsome to listen what they could do.

love it :)

I love this album especially the song "sweet melody" because i heard it on the weather channel and as soon as i heard it i intstantly loved it!!! great song to relax and just dance!!!!

It hurts me to say this, but disappointing.

Ryan Farish's unique sound takes a backseat to lackluster, distracting vocals with uninspiring lyrics. The RF feel is still there, but it feels like it takes second fiddle, and that is what bugs me the most. Pick up "Kiss of Life"- it is a fantastic work, especially if you liked Opus's sound, and "Round the World" is also pretty good.

Biography

Born: Virginia Beach, VA

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Composer and multi-instrumentalist Ryan Farish describes his music as "positive chillout," though his fusion of dance, electronica, and chill-out has earned him a following that spans the boundaries of genre. Originally from Norfolk, Virginia, Farish began taking music lessons and writing melodies when he was just four years of age. As a teenager, he studied music performance at Norfolk's Old Dominion University, and later studied music business at UCLA. In 2000, Farish began taking his music public...
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