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Remy Zero, a quintet from Alabama
(vocalist Cinjun Tate, guitarists Shelby Tate and Jeffrey Cain,
bassist Cedric LeMoyne, drummer Gregory Slay), debuted with
Remy Zero (Geffen, 1996), a collection of
Villa Elaine (Geffen, 1998) better articulated the band's vision with
a series of subtle ballads
(Hollow, Life In The Rain, Fair) inspired by Smiths and
The Golden Hum (Elektra, 2001) is even more refined, starting with the
surreal instrumental ouverture of The Golden Hum and the
pounding, driving glam/psychedelic rave-up of Glorious #1.
Unfortunately, the rest of the album swings between
melodious, pensive country-rock (Out In) and lame
Brit-pop (Over The Rails & Hollywood High).
We have to wait till Save Me to hear
a decent riff and some tension (reminiscent of U2).