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Miller Path

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Hatred
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Diamonds
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No Sound
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Fantasy
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Death Games
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Dogs
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Glory Days
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Children
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The Field
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Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 37:10

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Best album i've gotten all year!!

isay

Don't sleep on this one. If you love eerie and hauntingly depressing music, don't miss this one. 5 stars!!

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Grew on me...

Briffal

I just downloaded one track. Then another. Then... Great voice and arrangements with spaces between the notes. Different.

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Three stars

theenddecay

If Nick Cave were a woman, this is what he/she would sound like. Dark and menacing - this album is a good debut for Family Band.

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post-punk?

HecklerSpray

I guess so if you are literally labeling bands - - this did get made after punk rock was around. Otherwise, it's a useless term to use here.

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Captivating voice and sonic mood

Cathead

Kim has a lovely voice, there are some fine moments here well framed by the band. Not totally my thing but what they do, they do very well. I don't think comparisons or claims of 'lite' or predictability are valid, although I do sense a ripple in the force, something I've not felt since..

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emperor?

xmasthecat

in that publicity photo she looks a lot like the Emperor in Return of the Jedi....I wonder if that's intentional.

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Mazzy Star Lite...

wattsup

...with the Cowboy Junkies Trinity Sessions thrown in for good measure. Sadly a bit predictable...

eMusic Features

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eMusic Selects: Family Band

By Jayson Greene, Senior Editor

[eMusic Selects is a program designed by eMusic to give exposure to unsigned or undersigned bands. This month's selections are Strand of Oaks and Family Band] The arresting, winter-bitten folk songs of Family Band feel like dispatches from some older, crueler place and time: a typhoid-wracked 18th-century town, perhaps, or a medieval village gripped by witch trials. In reality, it is the project of two latter-day Brooklyn expats — Kim Krans, a visual artist, and her… more »