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Reseña de álbum

Contradictory forces battle throughout "Float Away," as the band's spirited performance bogs down repeatedly in murky mixes. Layers of sound clog the midrange; with little edge in the upper register and with the bottom a little dank, there's less impact than listeners might expect from a band with this much soul. The marquee moment, guest backup vocals and a guitar solo from Bruce Springsteen on "Float Away," is almost completely smothered in layers of noisy activity. A comparison of this track with Roy Bittan's fanfare keyboard fills and Max Weinberg's popping backbeat on Springsteen records makes the point unavoidable: more clarity in the sound and economy in the arrangement would do wonders for Marah. Cutting back on the surf-beat handclaps on several tracks would have been a useful first step, while reining in the guitars a bit on "Crying on an Airplane" would breathe some welcome space into the album's only ballad. For all the bravado of their sound, Marah fails to achieve distinction on "Float Away"; perhaps if they didn't echo the Boss quite so much on lyrics like "When I'm out on the street," from "Leaving," they might move more boldly into their own light. ~ Robert L. Doerschuk, Rovi

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Turn it up.

Yeah the production is a little much, and a total u-turn for the band, but this is a great album, and sadly, an often ignored one. The songs are good, but the style is just so different from the first two records that many fans write it off before giving it its due. This is a perfect power-pop collection though, and it's great for parties or summer days in general. Think Ramones circa Animal Boy as opposed to Springsteen, and let go of any comparisons to their previous work. Put the record on loud and enjoy it for what it is: an awesome rock record from the Last Rock and Roll Band.

Really Great.

I first discovered Marah at Warper Tour when I recieved the free CD that included Float Away (Which is my favorite; i'm listening to right now haha). It has a unique and kind of funky but still alternative rock-ish sound. It is totally refreshing. It makes me want to be in a band and feel dangerous lol. definately buy "Float Away" if you decide to invest in Marah!


Se formó en: 1993

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

Philadelphia's eclectic, rootsy rock quartet Marah consists of singer/songwriter/guitarist/banjoist David Bielanko, guitarist/vocalist/harmonica player Serge Bielanko, bassist Danny Metz, and drummer Ronnie Vance. Dave Bielanko, Metz, and Vance formed the group in 1993; brother Serge was so impressed with their sound that he wanted to join Marah, which he did in 1995. The band found an unofficial fifth member in producer/engineer Paul Smith, who was similarly taken with Marah's Replacements-meets-Springsteen...
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