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It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Top reviews Most recent Top reviews. Top reviews from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. Not certain that this is still in production, but it is one of the best story albums of all time. I think this is the best that Himmelman has Album) done so far. One person found this helpful. Donald E. Gilliland Top Contributor: Rock Music. I've liked every Peter Himmelman that I've heard, particularly "Flown This Acid World," but upon reflection, and renewed listenings recently, I think "Skin" could be the best of the bunch.
Then again, I haven't heard anything he's done in the past decade, but this effort on Sony was outstanding in so many respects.
Musically, this is a very strong album, packed with melodic tunes and songs that display a wide sonic variety; rock and real. And the lyrics? This is powerful, moving material. Few singer-songwriters in the rock era are impressive as Peter Himmelman. This man's songs have plenty of lyrical depth and punch, the sort of songs you feel in your gut.
One reviewer noted that he was moved to tears by "Disposable Child," which is indeed one of the highlights of this extraordinary album. It's never too late to admire such eloquence and excellence. When this was released inI bought it the first day it was released, again his music got lost in the album shuffle of mindless crap that got played on the radio back then.
The spoken word intro of "Prelude" threw me for a loop the first time I heard it, but it is very entertaining. This is probably Peter's hardest rockin' disc overall, up to this point.
The eloquent "Disposable Child", some great by Greg Herzenach. The great lyrics of "Regular Daydream", hipnotic guitar. Deception - Skinned - Create Malevolence (CD great acoustic guitar and violin interplay of "With You". What I think should of been a hit single "Shilo", great vocals between Peter and Kristen. The fine "Laugh My Beloved". The band pulls it all together, a true gem.
Overall a great concept album. Epic dropped Peter after this release, his next studio album would be 4 years later. There are five Philosophical units that this albums covers, as Himmelman has excellent views on life, Reality and the Paradigms that our society collectivley faces. These elements are not stated blatently, but are evident throughout the album. Paradigms seem to Album) a big role in his music, as they do in most music. On "Disposable Child" he sings "Well now, don't shed a tear, he's just another disposable child" or on "regular Daydreams "There's probably a million normal people singing along" ties in with Pink Floyds "The Wall" ideas of becoming another bricks in this wall.
Another example or a Paradigm is evident in the song "Chaos and Void," which is about his desire to get out of everything and live freely. Paradigms play an important role on this album, however I never hear him blatantly state anything about women - other than love.
In "Been Set Free," a song about being freed from who he was - owned by his possessions, Himmelman is freed from the everyday toil he was a part of, singing "I have believed in money, but all I got was greed, Album), I believed in vengance, but all I did was bleed, I believed in fame, but it turned its back on me Himmelman comes to realize social paradigms, and is freed from them all in the end.
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