Download links and information about Enchanted by Marc Almond. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 46:00 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, New Wave, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Alternative|
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|1.||Madame De La Luna||4:47|
|2.||Waifs and Strays||5:08|
|3.||The Desperate Hours||4:27|
|4.||Toreador In the Rain||2:52|
|6.||A Lover Spurned (Full Length Version)||5:37|
|8.||The Sea Still Sings||3:48|
|9.||Carnival of Life||4:38|
|10.||Orpheus In Red Velvet||5:06|
A slightly fallow period for Almond's more high-profile releases began with Enchanted, an ultimately flawed attempt to build on his more mainstream success with The Stars We Are. Crucially, keyboardist and co-songwriter Annie Hogan, who had been Almond's longest musical partner ever, starting with the first solo record in 1982, had departed, while La Magia ceased to exist as a musical entity. Billy McGee remained to provide orchestral arrangements, which give the album some zest, while the subject matter is still Almond's own, tales of "Waifs and Strays," a "Toreador in the Rain," and "Orpheus in Red Velvet." This said, the album ends up as just too anonymous to truly succeed — Bob Kraushaar's production this time out seems much more concerned at creating slick Euro-pop as opposed to the distinct blend of styles that Marc usually pursues. There are a couple of solid winners nonetheless, like the perversely jaunty "Death's Diary" and "A Lover Spurned," a dramatic tale of vengeance from the other woman. Regardless, this is possibly Marc's most disappointing release overall.