Perplexed in the Extreme cd cover

Emerald Rain

Perplexed in the Extreme

Back with their third studio album in as many years, Emerald Rain, who has become known for their catchy riffs and choral harmonized vocals, stays true to their course with Perplexed to the Extreme. Honestly, these songs aren't as good as their last batch. They lack the energy, attitude and the more dynamic drumming of Kyle Lazenka that was so prevalent on their previous album. In spite of all of that though, this is still a really strong album from a really talented band. Their last album was a fantastic cd and truth be told, I didn't really expect them to be able to top it, so I wasn't shocked. It's a lighter album but still a solid effort from one of the best new bands around. --Scott

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Track Listing

  1. You
  2. Open Up Your Eyes
  3. Badlands
  4. Wasted Time
  5. Numb
  6. You Did it to Yourself
  7. Just Like Anyone
  8. Is This Love
  9. Until You're Blind
  10. Live it All Again

BAND MEMBERS & GUests

VOCALS: Murray Daigle
GUITAR: Mike Dmitrovic
Murray Daigle
BASS: Sean Gregory
DRUMS: Randy Cooke
KEYBOARDS: Mike Dmitrovic

RECORDING INFORMATION

LABEL: Frontiers Records
PRODUCED BY: Murray Daigle
Mike Dmitrovic
Sean Gregory
RELEASE YEAR: 2001
“One step further led me nowhere. I was stuck inside this haunted house. Why was I shown all this glory? Heaven help me come around.”