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Download links and information about Soularium by Sister Soleil. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 54:47 minutes.

Artist: Sister Soleil
Release date: 1998
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 17
Duration: 54:47
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No. Title Length
1. Feel My Love 2:38
2. Red 3:39
3. Hb's Dream in Red 0:19
4. Torch 5:40
5. Chair 4:26
6. Stella's Obsession With Satie 0:17
7. Aol 3:33
8. Dial Up 0:20
9. Hit Me 4:18
10. Little Girl 6:13
11. Blind 5:54
12. Alright 0:14
13. Liar 3:23
14. Strength 5:01
15. Lounge Lizard 4:24
16. Jacquie and the Bob-Elvis 0:25
17. Butterfly 4:03



Built around singer and primary songwriter Stella Katsoudas, Soularium is Sister Soleil's debut effort. Katsoudas is a charismatic singer (part Kate Bush, part Siouxsie Sioux) and she adroitly manages to skirt around the dense sonic attack of her band. Their music is driven by throbbing, dance-rock, not unlike Republica. However, the quasi-gothic tone of the lyrics and edge to many of the songs puts the band closer to Curve. The result is an effective blend of dance, electronica, and dark-tinged alternative rock. "Red" possesses an explosive chorus and "AOL" is driven by Katsoudas' rap-vocal delivery. "Hit Me" is pulsating dance-rock and "Torch" is a beautiful, melancholic track, featuring a heartfelt performance by the singer. Certain lyrics sound almost like afterthoughts, but hardly mar Soularium, which should be met with delight by fans that might have wondered what a slightly darker Garbage might sound like.