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Reviews CD Reviews Synthpop, New Wave The Mystic Underground- April's Fool Day


Artist: The Mystic Underground
CD Title: "April's Fool Day" (CD Single)
Label: Stereo Sonic Records
Reviewer: Donovan Tate
Date: 6/19/04

I am so delighted hearing the new single "April Fool's Day" by The Mystic Underground from their forth-coming album "The Nameless and The Faceless". Their latest release is so very much mature with intelligent electro-pop. The words is melancholic, which talks about a boyfriend and girlfriend breaking up relationship. The band's electro style is nailed right on Erasure edge, especially the way the song begins. A second track is feature on disc called "People Like Me" tells a story of a person who is totally different from the opposite. I myself is consider an odd person who can relate to the words in the song. I make more enemies than friends. Anyway, Vlad dead pan vocals truly indeed stands remarkably out on both songs. TMU have a brighter future waiting on them because of their dedication to music, potential and hard work. In them, faith and confidence will carry them further off as long they are staying focus on where they're going. By all means, check them out, especially if you're a synth-pop fan looking for a band who is worth spending your money on.

The Mystic Underground

www.sonicbids.com/themysticunderground

Five Stars


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