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Sepia Dreamer
The Sublime (2007)
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Reviewed: 4/25/2007

I have a confession to make: I've never been interested with instrumental-only music, excluding some very rare exceptions on some metal albums, classical music, electronic music and soundtracks, and fantastic pieces of Commodore 64 and Amiga music. Maybe I've just missed the cream of the crop of instrumental music. Swedish Jonas Wrenning and English Sam Brokenshaw clubbed together to form an instrumental band. So Sepia Dream was born. The name sets as few limits as possible for the duo. 'The Sublime' is a theme album (yes, an instrumental album can also be thematic as well as one with vocals). Sepia Dreamer soaked into a beautiful at first glance yet very disturbing and violent painting by artist JW Turner, titled “Slavers Throwing Overboard the Dead and Dying - Typhoon coming on (’The Sl...

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