In "Lasted," Benoit Pioulard writes like a Classics major and sings with the warmth and conviction of a true romantic.
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October 12, 2010 Lyrically, Pioulard writes like a Classics major; "Lasted" concerns the Greek muse of sacred poetry, Polyhymnia. Inscrutable, sure, but even when he's singing clinical lyrics ("Transcendent and stable, while it lasted / Drawn from the former, given to the latter"), he does so with the warmth and conviction of a true romantic.
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