Technology Won't Save Us インポート
1. Technology wont save us
3. Where are you now
4. Big city riot
5. Twilight at Hotel Moscow
7. Lost (she believed in Angels..)
9. P.1 / P.2 (Cherry Tress and Debt collectors)
10. Theme for the May queen No. 3
From Lushly Orchestrated Instrumentals to Pure Pop-rock-noise and a Dark Lyrical Depth Rarely Found in Today's Music.
Amazon.com: 4 件のカスタマーレビュー
Stunning album2007年12月27日 - (Amazon.com)
While I have no input better than the previous review, I would like to note that this is yet more essential listening material. Much the same way Catherine Wheel's Adam and Eve set a very high bar for the entire genre, this album has advanced rock, indie, alt, or even pop music to an intelligent and creative level not seen in too many years. Buy or download this, and do yourself a favor.
Technology Won't Save Us2012年10月24日 - (Amazon.com)
It's really nice knowing that there is something else out there after Godmachine; Just got this in the mail today and I listened to it and, enjoyed it right off the bat!
City Lovelost2007年8月4日 - (Amazon.com)
Of all the Sophia albums this one bridges the gap between Robin Proper-Sheppard now and Robin Proper-Sheppard of The God Machine, his first band rendered defunct almost 14 years ago by the suicide of bassist Jimmy Fernandez. Where previous Sophia albums have relied on stark musings of death accompanied by Proper-Sheppards mournful strumming and sparse arrangements, this record follows on from what was suggested with 2004's People Are Like Seasons. Full band participation really fleshes out these songs of lost love, urban malaise and death, a theme Proper-Sheppard will probably always try to deal with. The guitars are louder, especially on the opening title track, the strings are prominent, the lovely Where Are You Now with it's repeated refrain sounding more and more desperate as the song builds and his voice has never sounded better. This is still quite "miserable" music albeit more dynamic than standard slo-core recording artists, however it's the kind of music that ultimately lifts you up instead of dragging you down.