9 thoughts on “ Pavlovs Bell - Aimee Mann - Lost In Space (CD, Album) ”

  1. "Lost In Space" is her second album (not counting "Magnolia") on her own Super Ego records and her existential muse has lost none of it's power. Gone are the catchy Bacharach style melodies as she weaves a dark ambience which suits are often caustic lyrics/5().
  2. For all the shadows that stretch across Lost in Space, what lingers in the wake of this music is the realization that Mann remains spectacularly underrated among contemporary songwriters; no one surpasses her as a master of poetic regret, and few albums examine the peculiar beauty of depression with the skill she brings to Lost in Space.6/
  3. Aimee Mann's "Lost in Space" had the unfortunate problem of being released after the fantastic "Bachelor No. 2" and "I'm With Stupid", and suffers in comparison. Its not that its not a superb album, on the contrary, there's quite a bit of great material here, its just that it had a lot to live up to/5(29).
  4. May 25,  · The sequel to Lost In Space comes to us in a beautiful booklet in which the texts of Aimee are interspersed with special illustrations by artist Seth. The album contains eleven familiar sounding songs. Mann performs the listener to the intimacy of her own existence/5().
  5. Lost In Space album for sale Aimee Mann’s latest is the second released on her own finger-to-the-recording-industry record label, SuperEgo. Mann has been described by many as one of the greatest songwriters of our time and rightfully so. Her songs are portraits of people and situations that most people run from much less base a career in music on.
  6. Aimee Mann ‎– Lost In Space Label: Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab ‎– MFSL , SuperEgo Records ‎– MFSL , United Musicians ‎– MFSL
  7. Lost in Space is an album by singer-songwriter Aimee Mann, released in on her own label, SuperEgo Records. A special edition released in featured a second disc containing six live recordings, two B-sides and two previously unreleased songs.
  8. What the album lacks is the desperate, low-key kick of Magnolia's "Save Me" or the elegantly inventive, anthemic pop therapy of an "I Should've Known." Lost in Space isn't a total wash, but it doesn't even approach Mann's best work. MARK KEMP(RS - Sept. 19, ).
  9. "Pavlov's Bell" is a great song which is more on the rockier side, "Invisible Ink" has incredible strings and vocals, and "The Moth" is a fantasticly written track. Aimee Mann doesn't surprise on this album, except maybe with how well her concept works, and how beautiful her sound can get. Highlights: Humpty Dumpty, Invisible Ink, Lost in Space.

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