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Her Space Holiday

Manic Expressive

Tiger Style 17

Released on October 30, 2001


Mark Bianchi has done it again and this time he has hit his stride with the best record of his Her Space Holiday career. Mark's transition from lo-fi bedroom tinkerer to ambient genius has been an amazing and inspiring journey of reinvention and evolution. Fans of Her Space Holiday can expect a remarkable leap forward even from the highly accomplished collection of remixes from the Home Is Where You Hang Yourself double album. Mark has mastered his new toys and adds his delicate vocals and beautiful guitar work to soothing ambient beats and shimmering string arrangements. Additional vocals from Mark's creative and romantic partner Keely only add to the loveliness of this record. A perfectly executed masterpiece from one of independent music's hardest-working innovators.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Manic Expressive (Enter)  0%
2 Lydia Voted #2  25%
3 The Ringing In My Ears  8%
4 Polar Opposite  0%
5 Key Stroke Voted #3  25%
6 Spectator Sport  0%
7 Hassle Free Harmony  8%
8 Perfect On Paper Voted #1  33%
9 Manic Expressive (Exit)  0%
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Aaron from Fpo, AA 
Jun 2 2010 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Zzzzzz....zzzzz....zzzzz... Oh! Manic Expressive, by Her Space Holiday?

How To Write This Album

1.) Take a violin part

2.) Okay, now add some drums. Put in some chimes, too, just in case.

3.) Don't forget the random warbling voice effect in the background, the one that sounds like a generic ghost sound effect? The one that goes "OoooOOOOOooOOOOo?" now we're getting somewhere.

4.) Sing about some sort of something.

5.) Make it sadder. Sadder. SADDER. Good.

6.) Forget everything I said. Squeeze everything through a casio and a thing that makes your voice sound like a robot.

Danger Will Robinson! This album sucks!

Two stars for being more effective than most over-the-counter sleep medications.

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