Label: Wind-Up - 60150-13117-2 • Format: CD Album Digipak • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock
Rush - People In Planes - As Far As The Eye Can See... (CD, Album)

As unassuming as the album's serene artwork, As Far as the Eye Can See is a bright, charming dose of indie rock from the U.K.'s People in Planes. In their hour run, the 12 songs don't quite hit listeners over the head, but rather leave a content feeling of satisfaction that lingers when all is said and done.7/

(3 & 1/2 stars) Their new CD, called As Far As The Eye Can See, has its high and low points, but overall it is a pretty good slice of inventive guitar rock. The band's creative side shows in the many unusual instrumental arrangements and effects spread throughout the album, but the melody and the singer ultimately win out most of the time/5.

 · promo released in clear plastic sleeve with a People in Planes postcard with management contact information. There is no official title to this collection of songs. Many of the songs were released on As Far As The Eye Can See in "Talking Heads" and "Remember Sammy Jenks" were released in on the Talking Heads single CD.

I noticed that pretty much all they did was compare this band to Nirvana and other nineties grunge/alternative acts. They didn't actually review the album. So, in dedication to a severely under-rated album, here goes my review of As Far As the Eye Can See. People In Planes - As Far As the Eye Can See () The Players: Gareth Jones: Vocals/5.

 · People In Planes - As Far As The Eye Can See. As Far As The Eye Can See is a solid debut album that walks that fine line between being too ordinary to stand out and too advanced for a.

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1 Replies to “Rush - People In Planes - As Far As The Eye Can See... (CD, Album)”

  1. People in Planes is from Cardiff, Wales. Their first set "Splendid Animation" came out in under the band name Tetra Splendour. With a name change, "As Far As the Eye Can See" explodes out of the speakers with the hard rocking "Barracuda." Starting like an old operetta recorded with bird sounds, the single "If You Talk Too Much (My Head /5(26).

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