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2 Ratings: 4.0
New Age and World Music album by Enya

From the first blanket of choral voices awash in reverb,Amarantineis instantly recognizable as a product of Enya, the Irish chanteuse who has created a genre unto herself. Although it's been five years since her last CD, onAmarantineit's as if time stood … see full wiki

2 reviews about Amarantine
review by . January 05, 2006
I have been an Enya fan for a few years, I love new age music for its soothing, tranquil and non aggressive atmosphere when I want to sit back and chill out.    This CD should please every and any Enya fan, as it is purely to the core ENYA.  Her voice ranges from a delicate coil of a breathed whisper to warm and soothing tones that sound like a liquid jewel. I think that I can listen to this album on repeat for a few hours. Each song is different yet magically beautiful.  &nb …
review by . November 22, 2005
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Enya continues to produce soothing music with simple Celtic-tinged melodies and New Age oriented instrumentations and production. Her latest release offers more of what Enya fans have been captivated by but the album is pretty short while the wait for it has been lengthy. The track Sumiregusa was previously released for free online after being used in an ad campaign for a major electronics company - the song is inspired by Japanese haiku. There are no surprises here but just a set of more music …
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Label: Reprise , Wea
Artist: Enya
Genre: World Music, New Age
Release Date: November 22, 2005
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