Album: "14,384 Days Later" (1997)
Label: Guava Jelly
Style: Goth
Songs: 15


Reviewed by: Darklight

First let me point out that this is a live album. The material delivered here is some of the most dramatic and emotional music that I have heard in a while. Every song is alive with passion. The music is orchestrated with various instruments such as acoustic guitars, electric guitars, bass, drums, keyboards, flutes and violin. All of these incredible elements work together to make some extremely varied and powerful music. The vocals are amazing as well. They are clean and sing with harmony. They also show a lot of variety from song to song. The overall feel of this album is very serious with a slightly dark and somewhat haunting feel. However, it's also upbeat and has energy to it. There is a variety of both rock style songs and more melodic romantic ones. Beauty and drama is combined into one here. When you listen to this music you get lost in it. It takes you away. It's an experience. It's a roller coaster ride of emotions. It pulls you in and doesn't let go. It's an escape from reality. It's a high that can't be described. With fifteen long playing songs each of equal quality, you can't go wrong.