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Customer Reviews

Incredible Freshman Release!

This album contains some of the most incredible vocals I've heard in years. The lead singer soars with full, robust falsettos, subs out on earthy bass notes, and provides a gorgeous English/Irish swagger on everything in between. This album is thoughtful, melodic, poppy, rocking, and profound all in one. Didn't like the mix much...guitar was well-played with interesting tone, but way too heavy in the mix. All-in-all, an unbelivable start for a new band! I'd spend the ten bucks and buy the whole thing!

Excellent

Great band. If you are into indie rock style music you'll love these guys. Honest, soulful lyrics with great melodic rock guitar rhythms.

Begin (the song) is amazing

The album is good, but the song "Begin" is beautiful. I heard it on a tv show and loved it. Its so powerful. If you're going to buy anything from this album, buy Begin.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

The Times were one of many projects launched by Edward Ball, a vocalist, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist who specializes in smart, sharply written pop tunes with lyrics that cast a wry and sometimes bitter gaze on U.K. popular culture. Ball first came to the attention of music fans in the late '70s as he partnered with Dan Treacy in a handful of recording projects (the Teenage Filmstars, the Missing Scientists, the O-Levels) that evolved into the Television Personalities, who gained a well-deserved...
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