Masha Qrella ‎– Unsolved Remained

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1 Unsolved Remained 5:22
2 Last Night
Keyboards – Michael Mühlhaus
4:49
3 Sister, Welcome 3:03
4 I Can't Tell 4:26
5 No Matter 4:20
6 C. Bones 5:04
7 Feels Like 3:24
8 Everything Shows 3:50
9 Destination Vertical 5:57
10 Guided By The Stripes 2:09
11 My Day 4:52

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Recorded and mixed together at Villa Qrella, 2004.
Mastered at Sonnenseite Studios, Hamburg.
Published by Edition Schotter / Maobeat.

All songs written by Masha Qrella except: 'I Can't Tell', basic track by Henrik Johannson; 'Destination Vertical', basic track by Rechenzentrum; 'C. Bones', based on a sample by Iso68.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MM052, Morr Music 052 Masha Qrella Unsolved Remained(2xLP, Album) Morr Music, Morr Music MM052, Morr Music 052 Germany 2005 Sell This Version
mm052 Masha Qrella Unsolved Remained(CD, Album, Promo) Morr Music mm052 Germany 2005 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

September 10, 2013

Masha Qrella's second album, UNSOLVED REMAINED, sticks close to the post-rock leanings of her other band, Contriva, though at times more spare. The drum machine on the title track, for instance, accompanies a simple acoustic guitar before the effects start to pile up. "Sister, Welcome" has a touch of country music, but a very small touch. The gentle guitar work on the instrumental "No Matter" carries a moodiness with it, as does the short "Guided by the Stripes," though "Feels Like" perks things back up, while "Everything Shows" has some harsher electronic tones. "Destination Vertical" has a nice micro-house backing to it that helps make it stand out, and the slow gait of "My Day," is pleasing enough. Much like the album in general.