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I just bought this album and I've already listened to it twice!! I have been listening to The Scarlet Ending since I saw them at the Baldwinsville talent show many years ago, and it's been amazing to listen to their sound evolve over time. On Ghosts they have really found their sound. On some songs, such as Downfall and The Gold there is a dark, eery vibe, evoking the feelings and curiosities of a circus sideshow. Sinner, on the other hand is a beautifully written song featuring acoustic guitar and a more mellow sound. I'd say my favorite song on the album has to be The Gold. Buy the whole album! You won't regret it!

An album worth hearing and a band worth watching

One can, if so inclined, arrive at comparisons regarding the Scarlet Ending. In an "RIYL" context, one can invoke the likes of Eisley, Sarah McLachlan, Sarah Slean, Chandelle, Elizabeth & the Catapult...maybe even Ben Folds (a few times removed) - but there's an elusive "x factor" here that ultimately puts a kibosh on strict categorization. Dare I say, it may simply be a commitment to musical vs. mere product, if you will. There's a somewhat heady quality to the songwriting, with a hint of melancholy tempered by an almost cabaret-like playfulness. Piano and strings, on certain songs, add an extra dimension not necessarily found with the majority of Indie Pop. The twin sisters who front the group display an excellent grasp of harmony - and one can fall into the trap of allowing this to distract from the engaging competency of the full ensemble. Thankfully, in an age of auto-tuning and over processing, the band is presented here within a relatively live-sounding mix. No bells and whistles here - just good old-fashioned musicianship and a passion for performance.

Ghosts, The Scarlet Ending
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Apr 06, 2010

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