Chris Pierce

Chris Pierce

"Static Trampoline (Japan deluxe)"
(Japan deluxe / Chris Pierce - STATIC TRAMPOLINE (JAPAN DELUXE EDITION))

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buttonCD review : Static Trampoline (Japan deluxe) (06/05/06) : reviewed by michael


      "I wish I didn't find out everything. Everything. Everything." Sure, familiar words to nearly all within such an unpredictable world awash equally uncertain lifespan shaping our unfurling consciences. Chris Pierce's debut 'Static Trampoline' stokes this truth within his own emboldening take on living life fully, letting go and persevering most popularly pushed recently in the biopic 'Walk The Line.'

      The reigning sunshine in "Bye Bye Butterfly" opens it all, sauntering about in its absolute faith. "Are You Beautiful," from the Oscar-winning Best Picture of 2006 'Crash,' smoothly flows in its earnest walk of wonderment follows. The raw chugging "Wishbone" reveals the undervalued importance in strength amidst trying times while "When I'm With You" beautifully sways in its sea of uncertainty. Showing his many masks, the anxious outpourings within rock steady "She's Trying To Kill Me" delivers convincingly. "Witchy Yeah Yeah" deliciously sizzles in its famous timeless tale of a man lost in the captivation of a woman. From darkness comes the light. No, not a Rundgren number, but one a famous former pro surfer from Hawaii would be comfortable crooning in the mellow, light soulful-funk licks to looping percussive fills of "Sing Your Praises." Tough love ensues in "Because Of You." Quietly, yet powerfully, its uncompromising truths utter, "You're not happy because of you. We make choices everyday. Love yourself and I won't be in your way." Tales of bittersweet frustrations bellow the furnaces in "Static Trampoline" while soothing, reverberating reflections abound in "The Slow Life." "Wild Wings" flies, glides in its stripped down vocals accompanied by a sparse, yet strong acoustic. A revealing social commentary before "She's Trying To Kill Me" grows in its strong coalescence. "Daydreams" smoothly closes this calming encapsulation of life, its lulling convergence of vocals, bass, keys and acoustic, tucks you into bed making it the right choice.



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