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Music for the Body in the Bathtub

Kerry Muzzey

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Invigorating album

"Music for the Body in the Bathtub" is sheer brilliance: invigorating rhythms, and sounds keep the listener interested. The haunting, yet subtle cues highlight the album. What I love most, is how I can't compare Mr. Muzzey to any other composer: a rare thing to say, when there are so many iconical movie score composers in our midst --- none are like this composer.

A great, intense, yet melodic musical journey!

This is now my favorite of Kerry Muzzey's works, so much that I have recommended it to all of my friends. It is a seamlessly flowing progression through tension, calculation, suspense, pain, more tension, and eventually solemn clarity, all rolled into one album. I love both the tense, dramatic tracks and the delicate, solemn ones, and this is one of the few albums that I own that I could listen to for hours on repeat. Be aware though that you will want to listen to it on your best headphones or speakers on your best equipment, because it covers not only a wide range of dynamics (quiet to loud) but also has rumbling bass elements all the way up to soaring high notes and everything in between, and the typical earbuds or computer speakers will not do full justice to the sound quality. Highly recommended!!

Full-album purchase is a no-brainer. Outstanding stuff.

If you're a fan of either the epica-style music that Muzzey has done in the past, or the quieter/more intimate cues he's done, this definitely contains both of those genres, but with a twist. This stuff is *DARK* -- as you can prolly tell by the song titles. But it feels like every song (they don't have words, maybe I should call them "pieces"?) is amped up at a more visceral level. For example, "Evisceration" is a really powerful piece of music that starts off slow, and then halfway through it goes into full-on Epica mode, but it's Epica with an intensity behind it that you don't often hear in other epica-type or videogame-type music. The music from this album that most resonated with me, though, is the quieter more beautiful stuff, most especially: Metastasis,Cure - We Found Your Boy - Missing - Sting of Loss. "Metastasis, Cure" has this climax in it that's so guttural and moving that it's almost spiritual. And the other pieces I mentioned are great examples of music creating an actual physical ache, they're so sad. Same with the last few tracks like "303." But on the opposite end you have some really strong and proud and moving pieces like "I Am Alive" and "Long Road Home." One last thing I noticed, which is what has caused me to keep this cd on a constant loop for the last few days, is that it all fits together like a story, and I like when music intrigues my brain as much as it intrigues my ears. I'd give it 6 stars if I could. I am officially the new president of the muzzey fanclub.

Music for the Body in the Bathtub, Kerry Muzzey
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