Mirage of Bliss (Bonus Track Version)
Download links and information about Mirage of Bliss (Bonus Track Version) by Maximilian Hecker. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:03:54 minutes.
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|1.||The Whereabouts of Love||5:00|
|2.||Head Up High||3:33|
|4.||Silent, Lucid Flashes||3:06|
|5.||Mirage of Bliss, Pt. I||3:39|
|6.||The Time We Shared in Blaze and Laughter||4:57|
|7.||If Only I Could See||4:40|
|9.||Why the World Has Turned for Us||4:51|
|10.||Mirage of Bliss, Pt. II||4:29|
|11.||The Forsakenness of Raging Love||4:24|
|13.||Summerwaste (Youth's Version)||3:33|
|14.||Nana (Full Band Live Version) [Bonus Track]||5:17|
Maximilian Hecker's seventh album is unquestionably polished sounding, doubtless helped by the keen ears and experience of Killing Joke veteran Youth, wearing his long-established producer's hat throughout. But the German singer/songwriter is a classic example of the kind of figure in music who has succeeded so well in interpreting a particular sound — in this case, the epic melancholy of Coldplay in particular — that there's little else to say about the end results. Nearly every song is a steady, mid-paced, well-sung evocation of rock & roll as mood music for vaguely grey afternoons, minus anything that makes it memorable after immediate listening. Perhaps that's not entirely true — there's amusement to be had in the ghost of the Smashing Pumpkins' lead guitar figure for "Today" on "Head Up High," while "Heavenlies" rocks things up a little bit — a little. Otherwise, there's just not much else to add other than the fact that someone somewhere has doubtless worked out some TV soundtrack and commercial placement for a song or two here even before its formal release.