Indigoecho - Fade Away

Thursday 13th September 2001
Indigoecho - Fade Away
Indigoecho - Fade Away

STYLE: Roots/Acoustic
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Reviewed by Megumi Nakamura

IndigoEcho now pitch for the mainstream with the single "Fade Away", which includes three acoustic based songs and an interactive CD ROM. It begins with the title track, which deals with some of the basic issues of the meaning of life, followed by "Coming Home", which retells the story of the Prodigal Son. The CD ends with "Colours II", which is a complete re-arrangement of a song from their previous album. This is definitely a different side of musical style for IndigoEcho. So, it will be exciting to see what kind of music they produce in their new album... will they continue with their new acoustic sound, or will they return to their rock roots? We shall find out soon! Anyhow, the three songs are all beautifully written and played, and, all in all, this is a little treasure to enjoy as we await the new album.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Face Away [Listen]
2. Coming Home [Listen]
3. Colours [Listen]

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