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    Heartscore - Sculptures


    Year of Release: 2002
    Label: self released
    Catalog Number: n/a
    Format: CD
    Total Time: 00:00:00

    This review is excerpted from Clayton's October 5, 2003 The Prog Life column found here -ed.

    Heartscore is a two-man "virtual band" (to use the group's own terminology) from Germany. A 10-song disk in the style of 70's so-called art rock, this album presents a lot to love. Vocalist Oliver Hartstack reminds me a little of Peter Hammill from Van Der Graaf Generator, while Dirk Radloff's vocals sound a lot like Ric Ocasek from The Cars crossed with Roger Waters from Pink Floyd. The music is complex from the viewpoint of rock and roll -- that is, this is by no means conventional rock music, but not symphonic either. Expect interesting performances, despite its basic guitar-drums-bass core -- with simple, yet sharp, production. Guitarist Dirk Radloff can roast the score when he lets loose, while the core rhythm engine of Dirk Radloff on bass and -- you guessed it -- Dirk Radloff on drums keeps the proceedings on an even keel. This is one cool album.


    Tracklisting:
    Men Treats Woman / Blue Bayou / All I Want Is You / When Sue Wears Red / Aunt Sue's Stories / The Saddest Noise, The Sweetest Noise / Judgment Day / Little Julie / What If / John Evereldown

    Musicians:
    Oliver Hartstack - vocals
    Dirk Radloff - guitars, bass, drums

    Discography:
    Sculptures (2002)
    Straight To The Brain (2004)
    Many Directions (2007)

    Genre: Progressive Rock

    Origin DE

    Added: October 5th 2003
    Reviewer: Clayton Walnum

    Artist website: www.heartscore-music.de
    Hits: 618
    Language: english
      

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