Album Review: Enter by Swan Lee

Album Name: Enter
Artist: Swan Lee
Year/Label: 2001 / Gogo Records/Playground music

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Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell

Swan Lee are a danish trio fronted by Pernille Rosendahl. Their sound can best be described as cinematic, with aching vocals by Rosendahl and sweeping strings.

The song “Tomorrow never Dies” was written for the Bond film, but rejected in favour of Sheryl Crow. It sounds every bit a Bond theme though, with plenty of drama implied.

“Go On” is propelled by an excellent vocal by Rosendahl and a torch song ambience.

“Enter” is a more conventional pop song and an excellent one at that.

“Stay Tonight” is lovely and sad.

Swan Lee’s debut is well worth checking out.

Posted on June 27, 2002

Track Listing
Listen to track samples
1. Flowers In The Wintertime
2. Go On
3. Enter
4. Stay Tonight
5. Walk With Me
6. Tommorow Never Dies
7. You Cannot Hide
8. Dream Away
9. Stay
10. When You Are Gone



Rating: 5 Stars
Comment: A fantastic debut album, the tracks Tomorrow Never Dies and especially Stay Tonight are divine… VERY beautiful lyrics perfectly song by Rosendahl

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