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Greetings From Tuskan Album Reviews 3out of 5
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Lullabies For The Warriors

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A former video maker and VJ, JoŽlle Phuong Minh LÍ decided to take a chance at producing her own music under her Greetings From Tuskan moniker. This experiment has yielded fascinating results. One of the most striking points - without even listening to the record - is that so many of these track names seem inspired by love; a rare thing for a record based predominantly around electronic music. As it happens, it is the personal touch which steers 'Lullabies For The Warriors' above the average territory. 'This Half Is Mine' is the archetypal sinister love song whilst 'Always I Will Love You. Always You' seems to be conveying a very involving sense of despair. Infact, throughout it's a darkly-hued affair but the over-reliance by Minh LÍ on digitising her own vocals means that the emotion she has invested in the recordings doesn't always translate.
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  Track Listing
01 Everybody Can Know
02 If You Ask Me
03 Winter Blossom (Secretly Dedicated To You)
04 The Half Is Mine
05 I Choose To Know You
06 We Will Remember It
07 East Wednesday
08 This One Is For You
Standout Track Always I Will Love You. Always You
10 The Fourth Of Never
11 Love, Etc.
12 Lullabies For The Warriors

Standout Track = Standout Track

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