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Silverman

Silverman

Silverman


Not to be confused with The Silverman, one of the founding members of The Legendary Pink Dots Silverman's debut release "Speed of Life Part Two" was released in 2002 to critical acclaim. Caustic, cruel duet "Ctrl Alt Del" will remind you of Jane Gainsbourg and Serge Birkin, or Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue, with music courtesy of, perhaps, Massive Attack. "Can I have my heart back, please?" has you thinking of a tormented Cocteau Twins, with broken Anna's sad request buried beneath a wave of brutal electro-noise. Read more on Last.fm
Not to be confused with The Silverman, one of the founding members of The Legendary Pink Dots Silverman's debut release "Speed of Life Part Two" was released in 2002 to critical acclaim. Caustic, cruel duet "Ctrl Alt Del" will remind you of Jane Gainsbourg and Serge Birkin, or Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue, with music courtesy of, perhaps, Massive Attack. "Can I have my heart back, please?" has you thinking of a tormented Cocteau Twins, with broken Anna's sad request buried beneath a wave of brutal electro-noise. Themes include sex, death and lingering pain, though the sex is (tellingly?) not gender-specific.

Passionate about the control and self determination afforded by the internet Silverman have enjoyed over 500,000 internet downloads and won Best Music Award at the worlds first Internet Film and Music Festival in Los Angeles. Anna Dennis: vocals, acoustic guitar Martin Williams: sampler, drums, guitar, vocals Steve Moody: bass Alan Deacon: keyboards 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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