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The Omni Galore

The Omni Galore

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Customer Reviews

Excellent album!!!

The Omni Galore uses primarily synthesizers and experimental electronics to compose a melodic and soothing sound. Many of the songs have a strong electronic sound reminiscent of Daft Punk, but those sounds are set into lilting and lyrical melodies in the vein of Sigur Ros or Sufjan Stevens, resulting in an original and intriguing sound. The album has mostly a mellow relaxed vibe, but with a few more upbeat songs that keep it varied and interesting.

Omni Addict!!!

The Omni Galore is an original composition utilizing the perfect mix of electronic sampling and instrumentals. The lyrics are tranquil and expressive with a natural flow making the music as a whole effortless to listen to. The album is a stress reliever, yet upbeat avoiding the typical mundane repetitive trap so many albums fall into. The album markets to many generations satisfying all music-lovers.

A Diamond in the Rough

Instead of grabbing my stress ball, screaming, or getting up and walking out when I'm stressed out at work, I open this album and click play. It is refreshingly soothing and upbeat! There are soulful, written-from-the-heart tracks like "Heart Inner-workings" and "Carry On and On." It's also laced with tunes that force you to smile, dance, and sway in sync while jammin' out to them, such as "One Rogue Wave," "Minding the Shadows," and "Leaving Farrah." "The Final Narration" truly exemplifies that music is art and proves it's limitless by incorporating elements into a song that I had yet to hear. The nostalgia induced by the lyrics along with the perfect mix of raw strings and electronic beats make "Lost in the Dollhouse" a fave of mine as well. This album is like a sumptuous, expansive buffet offering something for everyone, even the most finicky critic. The beautifully-written (and almost poetic) lyrics serve up plenty to sympathize with, but they go above and beyond by being topped off with the perfect dash of mystery. Throughout the album, I can hear influences of many of my favorite artists from decades past that tempt me to dust off my dad's vinyls and whip out my cherished cassettes. It's a sad, sad fact: nowadays you have to turn the radio down, shut the TV off, stay off the Internet, and dig almost down to the core through the layers of mainstream to unearth true talent. With The Omni Galore, I feel like I've struck gold!

The Omni Galore, The Omni Galore
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: Jun 13, 2011

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