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The Imagineers; live reviews.

Byline: EMMA SMITH

McChuills, Glasgow, August 7 ****

THE Imagineers started off their home gig with the curiously named The Legend Of John The Terror (Notorious).

A haunting guitar rhythm exposed a much darker side to their otherwise upbeat material, capturing the crowd's attention.

As they introduced Shadow Of Love, it was clear they have something for everyone.

The four-piece indie outfit seamlessly slinked into pop-tinged beats, offering songs with catchy choruses, cool harmonies and jangly guitar rhythms.

The song that stood out is Mariana. With its catchy, upbeat, Latin-inspired acoustic sound and danceable undertones, it will appeal to the same fans that catapulted Paolo Nutini to fame.

The band are set to release Mariana as their first single next month.

EMMA SMITH
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Title Annotation:Features; Review
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Aug 13, 2010
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