I was here for a moment, then I was gone

by Maybeshewill

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Caleb Bratcher
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Caleb Bratcher It's rare to come across an instrumental album as captivating as this, to the point that each song is so perfect that it's nearly impossible to pick a favorite. The composition is deep enough to provide satisfaction after many listens as the band beautifully transitions between acoustic and electronic elements, between moving piano and riveting metal, between inspiring melodies and structured rhythms. Favorite track: Relative Minors.
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hikaruonline Delightful piano sprinkled upon ravishing guitar and orchestration is just the right mixture to leave me pleasantly energized and hopeful of things to come Favorite track: Critical Distance.
Ben Leathley
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Ben Leathley Maybeshewill master their sound in this album; I was captivated from beginning to end. The Opening is a beautifully enchanting beginning to the album and it just gets better from there. The sudden riffs and guitar solos are perfectly placed in each song and make you shiver each time you hear them. The Orchestration is gorgeous too, I simply love the Cello bits in tracks like Take This To Heart or the Piano in various tracks. A beautiful masterpiece and my personal favourite post-rock album. Favorite track: Farewell, Sarajevo.
Tom Rosser
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Tom Rosser Yet more proof that music without lyrics can be just as powerful as music with them. Favorite track: Take This To Heart.
Bill Pelon
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Bill Pelon This album is amazing
George Jacobellis
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George Jacobellis Keeps my attention all the way through. it has some really catchy piano riffs. it is mostly upbeat and really pretty, with a some extremely well placed metal moments. Favorite track: Relative Minors.
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released May 30, 2011


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