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White Rose Transmission - W.R.T. review (Kurier Am Sonntag 8-10-1995)

date: Oct 8, 1995


 

WHITE ROSE TRANSMISSION - WHITE ROSE TRANSMISSION

Melancholy in strong Songs

Carlo van Putten, singer of The Convent currently counts two of his early influences amongst his collaborators: Mark Burgess (The Chameleons) and Adrian Borland (The Sound). He became friends with the former during a club tour, whilst the White Rose Transmission project involves Adrian Borland.

The CD, recorded in Bremen (on Strange Ways) turned out to be a melancholy songwriter's album full of urgent, compelling songs: ranging from imposing piano ballads to heavy dark-rock all the way to grooving pop songs, all in all an amazingly varied pallet of moods. Carlo's best one!

KURIER AM SONNTAG 8-10-1995



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