The Last Dance
Perfect (The Last Dance)
By: Aurora Borealis
Following in the footsteps of Staring at the Sky and Fairytales, Perfect lures attentive listeners into sensual and imaginative worlds of fancy.
Perfect pulls upon timeless resources to produce a new musical awareness with a fresh representation of change, angels, and love.
Perfect content pulls the dancing audience into a seething world of mystery and into a nostalgic entrancement that evokes timeless, unforgettable feelings such as the experience of kissing one's first love.
Jeff Diehm's voice deliberately descends into the deepest of emotions, and transcends to places where the soul may not rest and the heart may not want to exist.
Couple such extremes with semi-erotic melodies that carry an undeniably dominant presence and you now have just the right amount of pleasure and pain.
"Without Words" still gives me chills. The guitar exhibition generates impressions of simplicity and intensity which range from eloquently demure to slightly demanding.
Need an instant club-hit? Then, listen to "Regret" or "Perfect (the eleven mix)". Both electro-synth tunes deliver a mean fluxuation which gives rise to perfect dance floor bliss.
"Parade" booms forth great bass lines that will leave you hungry to hear more. When the guitar kicks in, you'll discover an insatiable appetite to devour the entire album.
Each unique song appearing on the Perfect album conveys the true meaning of the phrase, "the sum of the parts is greater than the whole."
A new milestone in my cd collection, Perfect brings into focus images of a place beyond myself, a land filled with love, desire, and tragedy, with no regrets.
A place where everyone, including myself, understands these emotions at last. I hope that Perfect brings you to such a place, too.