A sympathizer might call Forest for the Trees a psychedelic album, but a detractor would probably resort to the term "total mess. Forest for the Trees tries to be everything at once and ends up being nothing at all, pleasing only those who favor "interesting in theory" collage-oriented music over some semblance of catchy songs.
Studio album by Forest for the Trees. September 9, 1997 (1997-09-09). Forest for the Trees' Carl Stephenson co-wrote and co-produced Beck's 1993 song "Loser". Signed to Geffen Records at that time, Stephenson submitted an entire album of songs. After recording the album, Stephenson was hospitalized with a mental illness. Stephenson, his family and the label thought it best not to release the album at the time.
Forest for the Trees was a group started by Carl Stephenson in 1993. The project produced only a single full-length album during its duration. Self-titled, the album was released in 1997 after being delayed by a nervous breakdown that kept Stephenson from working on it for several years. Forest for the Trees produced only one single of note titled "Dream.
Forest for the Trees architect Carl Stephenson cowrote "Loser" with Beck and coproduced Mellow Gold. The best song on this debut, "Dream," is a five-minute wonder: a killer bagpipe riff, some stray sitar, a hip hop-inspired beat, and a creamy pop chorus. I'll say that this album is solid when it comes to the number of good songs. The project produced only a single-full length album during its duration. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Forest for the Trees Album.
Country: US. Released: 1997. Genre: Electronic, Rock. Forest For The Trees (Cass, Album). Forest For The Trees. Forest For The Trees (CD, Album, Promo).
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