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April 29, 2008 Listening to the music of New York pop quartet Melomane can be a life affirming experience. The band's cheery tunes on their latest CD, Glacier sound like an easy-breezy stroll through the park on a cloudless day. But to the group's credit, they don't suffer from blind idealism — there are shadows in the songs where darker thoughts lurk — which turns what might otherwise be saccharine pop songs into more thoughtful meditations on love and loss.
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