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lovely, unique

Peeg Vater is my favorite Moonraker album. Kelly Scarr's voice is haunting and unique. Peaceful Alone would have to be one of the most beautiful songs I've ever heard. I never tire listening to this album.

What... happened??

Moonraker's other self-titled album is one of my favorites! Seriously this was FRESH, a sound I completely loved, so I had high expectations for Peeg Vater... There's so many things I find wrong with this album, but I wish so badly that I didn't because of how much I enjoyed Moonraker's other music! There's so many songs where I like PARTS of it but not the whole thing. Many of them sound like different songs sloppily cut and pasted together. Like I'll be really into a song, but then they switch it up- (which sometimes works out)- but it mutilates the sound in such a way that I just want to be like, no don't you're ruining it!! It seems intentional, but.. please don’t do that in that way. Like with the song ibm especially, it has some really beautiful parts but as a whole it’s just off. Or in Lullysome that annoying fast-paced high pitched noise... that part turns me off of the song- if that part was cut out I would like the song so much more. Undertow is a great song UNTIL about 1:46.. is that a bridge? I wish that part was different or not there, then this song would probably be my favorite on this album. I want to like this album but I can’t. Everything just sounds all over the place.. so unrefined.. The quality musicianship is there I know it, but it's hiding under this mess that I can't understand, it's like the music is afflicted with serious ADD, in a bad way. Sometimes the percussion is way too.. hyper.. for my ears to handle. That refreshing sound of Moonraker that I loved listening to is missing, sometimes it's even a pain to listen to, I really hate to say. Some songs that I find to be better than others though (as complete songs rather than parts of it), are Grace and Nostalgia. Overall this album is a lot different from the early self-titled one.. I know there's people out there who might like this style better, and Moonraker does have a lot of versatility.. However I'm so disappointed..

Biography

Formed: 1998 in Boston, MA

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Ever since the band's formation in the late 1990s, Moonraker has been extremely difficult to categorize. Alternative pop/rock is part of what they do, but the East Coast residents' dreamy, hypnotic, jazzy work has just as much to do with urban contemporary, funk, disco, and club/dance music. Portishead, Radiohead, Björk, U2, David Bowie, and Steely Dan have all been cited as influences, but Moonraker's sound also brings to mind the soulful grooves of Erykah Badu, India.Arie, N'Dea Davenport, and...
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