Invisible Ones

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Generally favorable reviews- based on 5 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 5
  2. Negative: 0 out of 5

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  1. DainA
    Sep 12, 2005
    One of the best releases of the year. Though it may take a few listens to really grasp the the cd as a whole, it's worth listening to. Unlike Maria Taylors cd, she branches out and does her own thing, and that thing is pretty amazing to hear. She's a breath of fresh air in the world of female singers today, who rarely sing about anything other than themselves and their problems.
  2. Remi-EricF
    Sep 13, 2005
    Although the album does have its weak moments, the overall impression is that of a youthful Sarah McLachlan emulating Kate bush, with a sadness too profound for music.
  3. LucianR.
    May 16, 2006
    I thought that this album had a touch of real emotion in it. Too often nowadays you hear artists singing about thing they have no idea about, but Fink makes you believe that not only has she been there, but you have as well. It is an amazing work and Fink is a wonderful musician, playing eight instruments including voice during the album.

Generally favorable reviews - based on 15 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 15
  2. Negative: 0 out of 15
  1. Alternative Press
    A confident and bold album... [but] it unfortunately expends so much energy being spooky and otherworldly that most of the anticipated enchanting beauty is nowhere to be found. [Sep 2005, p.156]
  2. Entertainment Weekly
    Though pretty, the influences of her recent international travels do betray a wind-chime-y whiff of Enya. [26 Aug 2005, p.61]
  3. If you're striving to restore faith in a world of "prophets, pimps, angels" and "whores," you gotta do better than Sarah McLachlan melodies and a rented Haitian choir.