Duncan Sheik

Whisper House

2009-03-09

Based on a theatrical piece in the works, Duncan Sheik's Whisper House, released January 26th, 2009 unmistakably offers rich material similar to his previous recordings, including blends of orchestral, acoustic rock, and epherial folk. Not an album to spin with any firearms or sleeping pills nearby, a listener may long for a glimmer of hope. The album highlights Holly Brook's vocals throughout, which surely add a sweetness to a somewhat depressing experience. However, what he does, he masterfully. – Christian Borg

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