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Title - ‘From Every Sphere’ (Astralwerks)
Artist - Ed Harcourt
I'm not one for words, but I will say this: buying this album will not leave you disappointed! In fact, you'll think this album is better than his first album. Melodies, hooks galore and while the subject matter may not be uplifting, more songs rock out on this one than the first. This album is a delight. Released three years after this initial adulatory wave, From Every Sphere opens with a gorgeous slice of orchestral pop called "Bittersweet Heart” and never looks back!
Nick Gurney
www.Astralwerks.com





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