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so good

awesome cd, this bands going to be huge one day.

Breath of Fresh Air in the Genre

In the Ocean at its heart is surfer rock, however Echo Movement absolutely steers clear from limiting itself to the genre. Acoustic, ska, reggae, funk... even cut-and-paste hip-hop and drum corps styles are incorporated, all fitting naturally, nothing forced. The beats drag you in comfortably and are relaxed. Echo Movement musically identifies with previous bands and genres, but doesn't let themselves be limited by cliches as happens far too often in similar music.

Unique, Chill, Awesome

All of Echo Movements albums are great in many ways, but their newest release of "in The Ocean" is definitely their best effort to date both in terms of song writing and production. They have taken classic influences such as The Beach Boys, Bob Marley, Paul Simon, and Harry Belafonte and channeled them into a brand new sound. One of the album's many highlights is the song "Nobody Dies in Vain", a mostly accoustic track about a soldier in war who has given up everything for his country. I especially enjoy the acapella breakdown about 3/4th's into the song. "I Think God Smokes Weed" is a fun song that I seem to never be able to get out of my head. "Maybe Something's Wrong With Me" is notable for it's rocksteady reggae vibe, horns, and a great rock guitar solo. "I Know Why" is a great musical interlude that acts as a segueway from the first half of the album to the next half propelled by a snare drum corps style break. Following up is "Fifteen Minutes", a great uptempo ska track. Another musical element is introduced in "Gravity High", an instrumental track with spanish style accoustic guitars, harp, and excellent horn work once again. "Do It In The Ocean" is one of Echo Movement's more funk influenced tracks with deep basslines, saxophone leads and an overall funky vibe. The album ends with a trio of ultra chill songs with "The Day After Chill", "Soul Searching Drive", and "In The Beggining". Each of which drenched in reverb, feel good vibes, and the kind of sound that makes you want to have your toes in the sand with a Corona. Overall, I believe Echo Movement has really found their groove with this release. They have a unique way of taken carribean vibes and adding in elements of surf and rock music to create an instantly enjoyable and pleasing experience for any listener. The addition of the horn section has added a lot of depth and I am hoping Echo Movement finally get the respect they deserve for their efforts. Five stars

In the Ocean, Echo Movement
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Reggae, Music, Rock
  • Released: Jun 11, 2009

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