The Curse Of Company:: Leo Magnets Joins A Gang

Based on the life of the elusive Leo Magnets, comes The Curse of Company’s debut album. This wonderfully dreary piece opens with the album’s best, “The Parade Devine,” evoking thoughts of cold rainy nights in 19th century European cities, right out of a great literary drama. The atmosphere continues on with “Fleets In The Fog,” strung up with ghostly shadow voices and droning organ. The mood then slips to the slow push of “Any Day,” with wash away guitar and female vocals, only shortly freed up by a lighter guitar riff, leading to the struggle’s final consummation, done in by male interjection. True to the end, Leo Magnets Joins A Gang is full of variant drama, and the proper orchestration and construction to make it effective.

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