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David Usher - Hallucinations

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Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Year: 2003
Label: EMI Records
Genre: Modern Singer Songwriter
Producer: Polson/Makoway/Brauer
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Canadian Captain of SS Morning Urbit is out on the seas of acoustic pop again but this time he?s sailing with "Hallucinations" as his load, David Usher must have listened to Matthew Good and got influenced on this new album.
2nd track "I?m coming down" sounds like a softer and not as progressive version of Matthew Good,but the title track is one of the best songs on this record...it?s too bad that he couldn?t record more of that paradisian poptune.
David has his moments when he sounds like a male version of Traci Chapman and the song "Time of our lives" shows that best,the whole record is very laid back and never really takes off!
The Tori Amos smelling "Devil by my side" is a real goodie,a true romantic waltz just made for the moonlight.
Want something calm and relaxing?,then David Usher is for you

Tracklisting 1. Hallucinations
2. I'm Coming Down
3. Numb
4. Time Of Our Lives
5. Devil By My Side
6. Message Home
7. In This Light
8. Surfacing
9. Tomorrow Comes
10. Tidal
11. Fearless
12. If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next
13. St. Lawrence River (Live)


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