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Posted by: Dave on November 1, 2009 at 9:40 am

Zero7Ghost.jpgSound: A rotating cast of mostly female vocalists delivers soulful, seductive and memorable melodies as the backdrop jumps from groovy electro pop to breezy folk to danceable indie rock to easy listening. Then, on the last two tracks, the veteran production duo largely ditches the vocals in favor of lengthy atmospheric soundscapes—the kind of stuff that put Zero 7 on the map in the first place.
Heavy Rotation tracks: “Pop Art Blue”; “Everyhing Up (Zizou)”
Medium Rotation tracks: “The Road”; “Medicine Man”; “Mr. McGee”
Recommended: It’s definitely a surprise to hear something this snappy and radio-friendly from Zero 7, but it works…for a while. What’s strange is that they end the album with two long tracks that barely resemble the rest of the music on here, leaving you a little confused.
Grade: B

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