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Echo Mountain

K's Choice

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Fan Since the Beginning

A fan of K's Choice since 1993, this latest release is possibly my favorite by far. Sarah and Gert's voices harmonize perfectly and the haunting elegance of songs like Killing Dragons linger long after the track has finished. This is one music purchase you will play over and over!

One of their best yet.

A perfect album. If you are a fan of K's...you NEED to own this...

A Change of Music

This album has a completely different tone than their others. It's more upbeat, but of course there are low-key and slow songs, too, as in true K's Choice fashion. This album and the group have strayed a bit from their alt-rock sound that catapulted them to international fame in '95 with their second album "Paradise in Me".

Biography

Formed: 1991

Genre: Pop

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

K's Choice was formed by Belgian siblings Gert and Sarah Bettens, who grew up playing music in Antwerp and briefly fronted a band named the Basement Pigs during their teens. Sarah also enjoyed some recognition as a solo artist, scoring a mild hit in 1992 with her cover of Hank Williams' "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry." She soon reunited with her brother to form the Choice, and the band made its official debut in 1993 with the release of The Great Subconscious Club. Bassist Erik Verheyden and drummer...
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