The World Inside, Seven Head Division - Untitled

Tuesday 11th September 2001
The World Inside, Seven Head Division - Untitled
The World Inside, Seven Head Division - Untitled

STYLE: Rock
RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 3382-3971
LABEL: True Tunes RHD3823
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1
RRP: £14.99

Reviewed by James Stafford

A split album: The World Inside is the nom-de-plume of Poor Old Lu's veteran Jessy Sprinkle with Seven Head Division backing him. Seven Head Division are a separate band in their own right. Mr Sprinkle's music is very similar to The Waiting, slightly softer and more acoustic-based, with hints of Beatlesesque simplicity. The heavier element in track eight was a welcome moment for this reviewer. Seven Head Division are a slightly heavier alternative modern rock group, reminiscent in places of The Juliana Theory or Green Olive Tree or even Delirious?, not as polished a sound, but interesting. I love the 5/4 time riff on "Value". As a split album this would appeal to fans of The Waiting and things a little more alternative.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Alandrae [Listen]
2. To Be Loved [Listen]
3. Through Blackened Hills [Listen]
4. When [Listen]
5. Old Home [Listen]
6. Soft Song [Listen]
7. September [Listen]
8. Do You Lie [Listen]
9. Calls [Listen]
10. Virtue [Listen]
11. Doubt And All Of Thee Above [Listen]
12. Value [Listen]
13. A Song For The Cycles [Listen]
14. Burned [Listen]
15. Monday Morning [Listen]
16. To Be Healed [Listen]

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