CD reissue. Cranes were, and still remain, one of the most underrated bands of the 90s. 'Loved', their third studio album, marked a turning point in their career, but this is not to say that this is a work without a bite, but rather, it's all the more noticeable for the showcasing of Allison Shaw's rapturously delicate voice against a background of pulsing effects and acoustic guitar. The album got some beautiful moments of pop sensibility mixed in with dark tones, and that mixture, goes along with Alison's disturbingly childlike voice resulting in what you could call a sort of dreampop. If you want something completely different from anything else out there today, Cranes could be the answer.
CD reissue. Cranes were, and still remain, one of the most underrated bands of the 90s. 'Loved', their third studio album, marked a turning point in their career, but this is not to say that this is a work without a bite, but rather, it's all the more noticeable for the showcasing of Allison Shaw's rapturously delicate voice against a background of pulsing effects and acoustic guitar. The album got some beautiful moments of pop sensibility mixed in with dark tones, and that mixture, goes along with Alison's disturbingly childlike voice resulting in what you could call a sort of dreampop. If you want something completely different from anything else out there today, Cranes could be the answer.
8718627233597

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Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 11/19/2021
UPC: 8718627233597

Loved (Hol)
Artist: Cranes
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Shining Road
2. Pale Blue Sky
3. Reverie
4. Lilies
5. Are You Gone?
6. Loved
7. Beautiful Friend
8. Bewildered
9. Come This Far
10. Paris and Rome
11. In the Night

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CD reissue. Cranes were, and still remain, one of the most underrated bands of the 90s. 'Loved', their third studio album, marked a turning point in their career, but this is not to say that this is a work without a bite, but rather, it's all the more noticeable for the showcasing of Allison Shaw's rapturously delicate voice against a background of pulsing effects and acoustic guitar. The album got some beautiful moments of pop sensibility mixed in with dark tones, and that mixture, goes along with Alison's disturbingly childlike voice resulting in what you could call a sort of dreampop. If you want something completely different from anything else out there today, Cranes could be the answer.