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Thriving Ivory [Wind-Up] *
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Album: Thriving Ivory [Wind-Up] *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Runaway
2)    Angels on the Moon
3)    Alien
4)    Hey Lady
5)    Twilight
6)    Secret Life
7)    Long Hallway with a Broken Light
8)    Overrated
9)    For Heaven's Sake
10)    Unhappy
11)    Light Up Mississippi
12)    Day of Rain
 

Album: Thriving Ivory [Wind-Up] *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Runaway
2)    Angels on the Moon
3)    Alien
4)    Hey Lady
5)    Twilight
6)    Secret Life
7)    Long Hallway with a Broken Light
8)    Overrated
9)    For Heaven's Sake
10)    Unhappy
11)    Light Up Mississippi
12)    Day of Rain
 
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  • Thriving Ivory: Clayton Stroope (vocals); Drew Cribley (guitar); Scott Jason (piano, keyboards); Bret Cohune (bass instrument); Paul Niedermier (drum, percussion).
  • Audio Mixer: Chris Manning.
  • Propelled by the shimmering piano and arching songwriting of Clayton Stroope and the towering, impassioned singing of Scott Jason, Thriving Ivory earned a hefty reputation over the early 2000s. Opening single "Angels on the Moon," with its prog-rock-meets-emo-inspired majesty, and Jason's theatrical vocals splitting the difference between Thom Yorke's melancholia and Chris Robinson's grit, slowly became a radio and VH-1 hit, ginning up demand for a years-old indie release (an opportunity Wind-Up Records was pleased to snatch).
  • While half the songs on the band's spectacular, lush debut are over five years old (including "Angels"), there's a timelessness to the pomp-y pop. Tracks like "Runaway" and "Twilight" mix Todd Rundgren's hook-y artistry with the rock immediacy of Journey or Bon Jovi and just a touch of Ben Folds's mischievous twinkle. THRIVING IVORY betrays its many years in design as a wonderfully opulent and remarkably consistent record.
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