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Sweet Heart Sweet Light

by Spiritualized

Sweet Heart Sweet Light by Spiritualized

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Sweet Heart Sweet Light

by Spiritualized

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Label: Fat Possum Records
The music of Spiritualized often flirts with the edge -- the consequences of living on it and the results of falling over it. 2008's Songs in A&E saw an ailing Jason Pierce contemplating that plunge, but on this follow-up, he sounds rejuvenated, even grateful at times -- see rockers "I Am What I Am" and "Hey Jane," in which he sings the album's title with genuine satisfaction. He's still chronically obsessed with the end, though, and that means the music remains mostly bold, intense and unabashedly grand: Even the instruments themselves sound terrified, as if they know their cacophonous fate.

About This Album

The music of Spiritualized often flirts with the edge -- the consequences of living on it and the results of falling over it. 2008's Songs in A&E saw an ailing Jason Pierce contemplating that plunge, but on this follow-up, he sounds rejuvenated, even grateful at times -- see rockers "I Am What I Am" and "Hey Jane," in which he sings the album's title with genuine satisfaction. He's still chronically obsessed with the end, though, and that means the music remains mostly bold, intense and unabashedly grand: Even the instruments themselves sound terrified, as if they know their cacophonous fate.

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About This Album

The music of Spiritualized often flirts with the edge -- the consequences of living on it and the results of falling over it. 2008's Songs in A&E saw an ailing Jason Pierce contemplating that plunge, but on this follow-up, he sounds rejuvenated, even grateful at times -- see rockers "I Am What I Am" and "Hey Jane," in which he sings the album's title with genuine satisfaction. He's still chronically obsessed with the end, though, and that means the music remains mostly bold, intense and unabashedly grand: Even the instruments themselves sound terrified, as if they know their cacophonous fate.