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Leandra: Isomorphine

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Tracks

1. The Narcissist Song
2. Grace
3. Wake up Call (LeStrange’s handmade mix)
4. Matter of Time
5. Undecided
6. Calling (feat. Stephan L. Groth/Apoptygma Berzerk)
7. I know
8. I’m over it (feat. Dorian Deveraux/ Jesus on Extasy)
9. Revenge
10. Wake up Call
11. If you follow
12. Please
13. Divergent Mirrors of Decay
14. Calling (DRP Remix – feat. Felix Flaucher/18 Summers)

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German Import – LEANDRA has been very busy beside her solo-trail since her debut album Metamorphine: Due to a split she turned her back on her former band Jesus on Extasy. She impressed and joined Diary Of Dreams, followed by Apoptygma Berzerk and recently also made a guest appearance with Frei.Wild. No wonder it took her five years to finish her next solo-longplay album. After a mental breakdown and a burn-out hospital-stop LEANDRA was aware of the fact that she spent too much time with the ideas of other people. “The tour with Apoptygma Berzerk was the freest I have ever made in my life. I felt that I was able to present and perform this kind of music with all my heart and soul, even if it wasn’t me who wrote it.” Influences by Apoptygma Berzerk are unmistakable on Isomorphine, especially the track “Calling”-a duet with Stephan L. Groth. By entering the German-pop scene Leandra wanted to know her limitations, but a rebel yell got louder and louder in her. Leandra has grown up and no need to prove herself. “Usually I trash 40% of the material because it doesn’t settle my claim -” LEANDRA points out “of course only the finest material can make it on the album. It took some time to work on the songs which have evolved from all those extreme situations. I let some advises through into the working process this time and I am very happy with the final result.” Isomorphine: Grown up and down to earth – with some pop elements but therefore honest.
Weight .3 lbs
Label

Drakkar Records

Release Year

2014

Format

CD

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