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  Amore Del Tropico  
  The Black Heart Procession  
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Yet another band that gets a lot of praise during our regular drinking fests, but has yet to be reviewed (album wise, at least) on the site.

One of those odd bands that somehow appeals to both PostLibyan and myself, The Black Heart Procession make neo-gothic dirges and drop in a pinch of southwestern country for seasoning. The end result is an intoxicating blend of moods, somewhat depressed and dour, but beautiful and vivid nonetheless. A heady mixture of Godspeed You Black Emperor! and 16 Horsepower, reminiscent of Myssouri’s cowpoke Goth. Amore Del Tropico is the group’s best effort to date.

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  This is a mini-review composed to go along with Malimus' 2002 Year In Review list. It might make sense to read that whole list.  

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