Rhye wraps his songs in sensual shades, with minimal use of electronic elements. The main attraction is the character of Rhye vocalist who sounds effortless, throaty, and soft. The vocals of a big mystery because so androgyny; sound feminine but sometimes heavy, not too masculine spelled.
Missed the allegations made uneasy because Rhye lyrics are so fragile. Songs like ‘The Fall’, ‘Open’ and ’3 Days’ sounds like a woman singing expectations. His songs blend in perfectly with the herb sophisti-pop music nan gracefully by Robin Hannibal.
Initially, the duo which formed in 2010, is intentionally invite people to guess the mystery behind Rhye by simply uploading their songs on the internet without telling the background behind it. For so long, many suspect that the lead singer is a woman Rhye. However, later it was revealed that the owner of the voice husky charming it is owned by a man named Mike Milosh.
‘Open’ is a song in a sexy minimalist arrangements, while ‘The Fall’ with lyrics pretty quietly having a more danceable music arrangement, complete with a simple bass line and strings are touching. ‘Shed Some Blood’ will remind you of the heyday Sade.
’3 Days’ and ‘Hunger’ is perhaps the most upbeat dance tracks on this album. With the passage of the harp in the intro, ’3 Days’ are friends swaying on the dance floor fun. Meanwhile, ‘Hunger’ to bring back arrangement ’80s pop style, complete with a brass section that complements the song. My favorite is the ‘Last Dance’ which has a slick funk music system.
Cover song that became the title of the album is sung softly layered with echo and make goose bumps on top of the electronic music arranger. That said, this song is dedicated to a special woman, the wife of Mike Milosh himself. The song became an offering that does not need much ado, but shows the splendor of perfect love.