Dawn Desiree' - Dancing, Dreaming, Longing...
Classical, Darkwave A surprise, that's my first thought. First song on this record made me think of goth metal and that's maybe not so strange because Dawn Desiree' is one of the members from Rain Fell Within. But this record isn't metal in any way. The second track is electronically instead of the analogue instruments used in the first track. But there it's still heavily influenced by metal in construction and sound.

I don't know where to put this record in a grade because it's so shifting, one song is analogue piano, one is electro and one is like an EBM remix of some metal band. "Revenge" is the best song along with "Dance In Time" that sounds more like EBM. "Plastic Girl" is more like electro and then "Feel Me" and "My Wings" is more metal oriented. I'd like a more smooth sound on this CD, not a mix of different types of music. I think Dawn Desiree' is best when she does more goth/metal inspired music.

This review was written 2003 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Dawn Desiree' - Dancing, Dreaming, Longing...

A surprise, that's my first thought. First song on this record made me think of goth metal and that's maybe not so strange because Dawn Desiree' is one of the members from Rain Fell Within. But this record isn't metal in any way. The second track is electronically instead of the analogue instruments used in the first track. But there it's still heavily influenced by metal in construction and sound.

I don't know where to put this record in a grade because it's so shifting, one song is analogue piano, one is electro and one is like an EBM remix of some metal band. "Revenge" is the best song along with "Dance In Time" that sounds more like EBM. "Plastic Girl" is more like electro and then "Feel Me" and "My Wings" is more metal oriented. I'd like a more smooth sound on this CD, not a mix of different types of music. I think Dawn Desiree' is best when she does more goth/metal inspired music.

This review was written 2003 and initially published on Neurozine.com Jan 01 2003

John Wikström

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