Ideal Imperfections - 11 track CD

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Ideal Imperfections - 11 track CD

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Heavy Mag says:

"The third album from Cambridge based Derecho opens with a flat out rocker, 'Summer rain' that has a symphonic metal edge to it. But as the bands name suggests, the album is a storm of differing styles as it moves through song two 'An epiphany', with an almost Euro pop-rock feeling. 'Survive' features acoustic guitar and the best of vocalist Jo Ash. An epic ballad in 'Fear' has more of the symphonic taste, before an 80's sounding 'Fame whore' throws things off in a new direction. Bar room jazz gets a look in next as Jo once again stands out on 'Pushing me away'. 'Slightly unusual' is slightly ska edged before the least rocky on the album 'September song' another mainly acoustic and vocals track. 'Perceptions of the perfect' has an almost punk feel to it, and is probably my own favourite song of the album, before the long drum intro to a proggy 'Tempestuous'. The album closes with a lamenting slow song 'Lost in winter'. Overall it is a very eclectic gathering, of high quality songs, full of driving rhythms, that relies heavily on keyboard, drums and Jo Ash's haunting and distinctive vocals."

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