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Album Review

Afterglow starts with "Morning," a gentle folk-rock song that finds the middle ground between the Byrds and Jefferson Airplane. Although there are a couple of tracks similar to "Morning" on the album, it is no more an indication of what's to follow as any other song on the record. Each song on Afterglow sounds as if it could have been written by different bands — sure, there is the sighing "Mend This Heart of Mine," but it follows the downright bizarre "Susie's Gone," which, with its dissonant Farfisa organs and slide guitars, sounds like a space voyage gone bad. It's not particularly coherent but its nature as a sampler makes Afterglow a charming psychedelic relic.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Immensely popular with Latter-day Saints, the duo Afterglow had humble beginnings in a suburb of Salt Lake City, Utah. The duo actually began as a quartet that included two each of male and female voices. The quartet began performing while they were juniors in high school in Pleasant Grove, Utah. They quickly became popular, performing throughout the area and recording two tapes under the name Afterglow. Then the boys left for their missions abroad and the quartet disbanded. Upon their return, the...
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