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Tone Soul Evolution

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Seems So
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What's The #?
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About Your Fame
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Shine a Light
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Silver Chain
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Get There Fine
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The Silvery Light of a Dream
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The Silvery Light of a Dream Pt. 2
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We'll Come to Be
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Tin Pan Alley
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You Said That Last Night
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Try to Remember
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Find Our Way
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Coda
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 39:34

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Best Apples in Stereo record

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This is such an amazing record. One of the best indie records ever! "Find Our Way" "You Said That Last Night" "About Your Fame" are great tracks... but there are so many tracks that are so good it's really hard to pick a favorite!

They Say All Music Guide

The second full-length album by the Apples in Stereo isn’t as surprising as their debut, 1995′s Fun Trick Noisemaker, but it doesn’t sound like simply more of the same. Graced with a larger budget and access to a fully equipped 24-track recording studio for the first time, the group (particularly singer/songwriter/producer Robert Schneider) is working with a much larger canvas now, and it shows. The sound of this album is just remarkable, as layered as any of Jeff Lynne’s mid-’70s Electric Light Orchestra albums, but with a freshness and energy that keeps things from merely sounding slick. Schneider explores his fascination with Smile-era Brian Wilson on atmospheric linking tracks like “The Silvery Light of a Dream” and the album’s wordless coda, giving the record a sonic unity arguably missing from the all-over-the-map Fun Trick Noisemaker. The one flaw is that the songwriting is not quite up to the consistency of the debut; while songs like “You Said That Last Night,” “Seems So,” and especially “Shine a Light” are exemplary, there are a couple of tracks that have a whiff of filler about them. Aside from that, Tone Soul Evolution is a fine follow-up. – Stewart Mason

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