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Album Review

Despite the dark content of death and grief that seems to permeate, there tends to be many uplifting moments scattered among this ambient trip-hop down memory's lane. Relying on a more electronica feel than on previous efforts, the drum'n'bass loops and brief blips add a striking urgency to several of the songs, noticeably "Life's Luxurious." Tension-filled in a way slightly resembling an easy listening Nine Inch Nails. More reflective and lyrically stronger, the album flows from top to bottom without much in the way of extras or inane surprises. "I Married Myself" is a perfect example of Rose using a bare-bones approach in vocal, harmony, and piano for a waltz-like ballad. Also, there's the haunting, almost eerie "Dear the Mother of a Dead Son," which sums up the beautiful and dark theme throughout. Ron Sexsmith also accompanies Rose on the closing "Virginia."


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A very prolific and varied performer, Kathryn Rose has done everything from television commercial jingles to film and stage. At the age of 17, she started her musical career, forming her own band. In 1992, she became part of Wind May Do Damage, who released a self-titled debut album. She broke into solo territory with Every Lurid Detail in 1997. Described as the "dark queen of subtlety," Rose released My Little Flame in 2001....
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