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Pilot Speed - Wooden bones

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Reviewer:
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Year: 2009
Label: Wind-Up Records
Genre: Pop
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I really liked Pilot SpeedĀ“s last album "Into the west" and I like their new album "Wooden bones" just as much, they continue with their quirky style of artsy and atmospheric pop/rock.
Pilot Speed (formerly known as Pilate) makes music for the thinking man, my mind gets creative when I listen to their new album and when Coldplay only cares about sales and numbers.
This Canadian band goes way deeper than that and writes their own compositions that cannot be accused of being a Satriani song, I can go as far as saying a song like "Light you up" could be the result of a collaboration between Peter Gabriel and U2.
And fans of Krister Linder will be pleased to hear "What is real, what is doubt", the hauntingly beautiful "Bluff" should win an award or why not sink into your best daydream mood with "Midnight fires".
The new single "Put the phone down" is elegantly odd and sweet, just like sugar....this song is addictive!
Lovely!

Tracklisting 1. Put The Phone Down
2. Light You Up
3. Bluff
4. Ain't No Life
5. Up on the Bridge
6. Where Does it Begin?
7. What is Real, What is Doubt
8. Today I Feel Sure
9. Midnight Fires
10. Wooden Bones
11. Open Arms


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