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Even the EP "Fake A Smile" suggested something big, and indeed: Liv Kristine’s second Solo-Album "Enter My Religion" takes the audience into her magic world. If you try to describe this album you would have to use the term Fairy-Pop. The Norwegian’s soft clear voice dominates this melancholic Dark-Pop-CD. Like an angel she sings soft-playful (Over The Moon), fresh-as-summer (You Take Me Higher), airy (All The Time In The World), sad-melancholic (Blue Emptiness) and velvet songs (Enter My Religion).
She definitely knows how to use her Soprano voice and seems to have hypnotic powers, at least in terms of manipulating your audio channels. Because it’s there where her highly melodic songs just stay.
"Enter My Religion" proves that Liv Kristine is not only capable to set standards in the Metal area, (Theatre Of Tragedy, Leaves Eyes), but also easily copes with the darker, more passionate alternative to Pop.
Jasmin Froghy, translation: Klaudia Weber
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