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Invisible Man by Mark Eitzel Cd

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Item details

Condition
Like New
Style
Pop Pop Rock
Duration
Album
Release Year
2001
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Artist
Mark Eitzel
Format
Audio CD
Release Date
May 22, 2001
Number of Discs
1
UPC
744861050520
Language
English
Case Type
Jewel Case: Standard
Title
Invisible Man by Mark Eitzel Cd
Bundle Description
no bundle
Modification Description
no
California Prop 65 Warning
na
Record Label
Mantador Records

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 Invisible Man by Mark Eitzel Cd
 
As former singer of American Music Club, Mark Eitzel wrote some of the biggest critical hits of the late 20th century. Yet adulatory reviews don't necessarily lead to sales, so this soulful, inspirational artist remains a cult figure. The Invisible Man is his first new recording in some three years. It's said the delay is due to the death by overdose of his muse and closest friend, Kathleen Burns. Yet this is no fraught collection of primal screams and gothic thunder. Instead we have a wildly varied selection of mood pieces. "Christian Science Reading Room" has a quiet acoustic guitar occasionally attacked by military drum rolls, then engulfed by a strange keyboard recalling the Residents' Not Available. "Sleep" is a beautifully judged electronic lullaby (Eitzel actually spent the last two years producing the album on a Mac in his living room, and his diligence shows through), while the warm and countrified "Proclaim Your Joy"--reminiscent of a speeded-up take on Eileen Rose's "Would You Marry Me?"--has Eitzel sounding genuinely (and surprisingly) uplifted. Like Eitzel's other work, this album's often wordy and morose--imagine Leonard Cohen badly beaten and left to think and die in solitary confinement. But on display here is a truly human spirit that music lovers will appreciate. Everyone should have one Eitzel album. This one will do. --Dominic Wills
 
All used  disks are professionally refurbished and test played before shipping and will play  well in most machines.
Disc's are also repackaged (labeled refurbished).