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Agnes Poetry

Agnes Poetry

Agnes Poetry


Agnes Poetry were a self-described "Renaissance Synth-Pop" band from Utah, performing and releasing material from 1994 to 2001. The band consisted of a trio of siblings, Rannoch, Randon and Ranita Purcell. Their first album, "Unrest," hearkened back to the glory days of synth-pop, invoking Depeche Mode (very heavily), Erasure, OMD, Anything Box, and the like. Their sophomore effort, "Forgotten," found the band moving in a gloomier and more experimental direction Read more on Last.fm
Agnes Poetry were a self-described "Renaissance Synth-Pop" band from Utah, performing and releasing material from 1994 to 2001. The band consisted of a trio of siblings, Rannoch, Randon and Ranita Purcell. Their first album, "Unrest," hearkened back to the glory days of synth-pop, invoking Depeche Mode (very heavily), Erasure, OMD, Anything Box, and the like. Their sophomore effort, "Forgotten," found the band moving in a gloomier and more experimental direction, with vaguely Arabesque melodies floating over their traditional wall of synthesizers.

Finally, their third album "Leave the Light On" saw them courting more a more mainstream electronic sound (as electronic music had started to return to vogue), meshing Rannoch's electric guitar with Randon's proficient keyboards. Agnes Poetry dissolved in 2001, after re-releasing their first two albums in a double-CD set entitled "Unforgotten." Rannoch and Randon began a dance music project in Los Angeles called Adom9, which released its first album in late 2005. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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