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Gone but not forgotten

One of the bad things about becoming a fan of a group after they've broken up is lamenting the the fact that there is no more music to come. Kristy Thirsk is an angel on earth giving us a hint of whatheavenly bliss must sound like. While most people are familiar with her work with Delerium and other electronica acts this CD truly shows her in her true element: Loud, Ethereal, Melodic rock. I look forward to the day when the rest of the world recognizes her talent as a vocalist and songsmith but until then I will put on my headphones and let her voice take me away as it soothes my mind and soul. Stand out tunes: Vicious Thorn, Voice in Jail, Ornament and Torn.

Buy it before you die!

Otherwise you might miss out on some of the greatest music you will ever hear. My review of the first album "Shiver" speaks of their style, but it changes some in this release. Harder, yet at times more ethereal. The lyrics seem darker for sure, but that's not to say it's depressing, I always feel better when listening to such fine music; and Kristy Thirsk's angelic voice. As others have said it is a crime against humanity that they broke up, her solo efforts can be quite good, but the music of Rose Chronicles is beyond reproach. "Blood Red" is absorbing, you lose yourself in it, a song no one talks over. In "Spill" Kristy's emotions, and the chilling lyrics must be heard. "Acquiesce" thunders to a refrain that will thrill you. Like "Shiver" all the songs have merit, and most will have you listening for a long time to come. Buy both albums, then search for "Dead and Gone to Heaven" an EP with a few more precious songs. The music is so layered and complex you won't even need Alzheimer’s to sit in a room and listen to it over and over. So get to listening already...


i like it very much


Formed: 1992

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

Richard Maranda (guitar) and Steve van der Woerd (percussion) first hooked up with vocalist Kristy Thirsk and bass player Judd Cochrane in 1992. Signed to Nettwerk solely on the strength of their live shows, the ethereal...
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