Lo Deya

This Time

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Breathy vocals and a VH1 rock sound are only as good as the singer, and in this instance, Peira Moinester isn't bad at all. She oversings a little, especially when all but the drums drop out on the opening "Candy." But there are also times when she comes off as a distant cousin of the Cocteau Twins' Liz Fraser mixed with a more dominant Ani DiFranco. The guitars and drums are too loud to really go for the shimmery Sundays, Cranberries, Natalie Merchant, or Hope Sandoval trip, but then again, the clean production often aims at a more AOR sound, anyway, than the cult and 120 Minutes crowd. Better is the quieter, more reflective material, such as "Anyway," when everyone tones it down a little and sounds more natural and graceful. There's potential, if soundwise they're still sorting.

Track Listing

Title/Composer Performer Time
1
4:22
2
4:10
3
3:02
4
3:42
5
4:09
6
6:38
7
5:18
8
4:00
9
4:24
10
2:57
11
3:17
12
3:34
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