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El Momento Siguiente review Print E-mail
Tuesday, 13 February 2007
This is from an Australian newspaper and was transcribed by my Mum, Bea Smith :)

El Momento Siguiente .

You know what's coming with the Church-sublime,dreamy soundscapes,Marty Willson-Piper's six-string wizardry and frontman Steve Kilbey's floating vocals. It is an expansive,enigmatic style that inevitably works its magic on you.

Church albums tend to be sleepers that take time to reach you but when they arrive they stick forever. El Momento Siguiente, like predecessor El Momento Descuidado, revisits old hits and reinvents them. But this one sticks from the first spin.

Littered with strings,subtle harmonies,diverse guitar tapestries and
keyboards,this generous 14 song feast starts with gentle opener and a cover
of The Triffids'Wide Open Round and is followed by
strings that ache in It's No reason , mesmerising bass work and haunting
allure (Reptile),Floyd-meets-Stones epic balladry (Two Places at once),
brooding depth (Pure Chance) and passionate bite (Grind)

Scott Podmore

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