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DarkNoctus
Contributing Reviewer
April 11th 2012


8899 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

what do you mean narrative structure? does it come with some kind of story or something? because i didn't buy this :]

minty901
April 11th 2012


2070 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

haha no. just the way the music flows like a narrative and moves through different emotional tones. it goes from powerful to mellow and sombre so fluidly that it takes you (me) on an emotional journey. read my earth is not a cold dead review again, if you can stomach the hyperbole.

DarkNoctus
Contributing Reviewer
April 11th 2012


8899 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

oh i understand that, i just think other bands do it far better :]

also young team was excellent!

fuckthatnoise
April 11th 2012


1479 Comments


i think i might be over this band. they don't offer me anything that i can't already get from GY!BE, Mogwai, or Sigur Ros.

gr8 for entry-level post-rockers though.

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
April 11th 2012


50568 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I like pretty guitar

minty901
April 11th 2012


2070 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

glad you liked young team noctus. its in a totally different league to anything else they've ever done.

fuckthatnoise
April 11th 2012


1479 Comments


^i agree to a certain extent.

80% of Mogwai's discog is better than anything this band has put out, though.

minty901
April 11th 2012


2070 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

couldn't disagree more. post-1997 mogwai is totally bland. with the exception of a few songs (sine wave, 2 rights make 1 wrong, white noise, drunk and crazy)

fuckthatnoise
April 11th 2012


1479 Comments


Sine Wave was good but one of the weakest tracks on Rock Action, 2 Rights Make 1 Wrong is amazing, White Noise is the 2nd weakest track on HWND, and Drunk and Crazy.... well, pretty much every track on that EP save for the intro was roughly on par with each other. They were all great but far from their best work.

minty901
April 11th 2012


2070 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

sine wave gets so loud and intense. and white noise is incredibly uplifting/soaring/euphoric. and when you mean save for the intro, i assume you mean the intro was bad compared to the rest right? mogwai have some great songs (katrien is their best by miles), but the ratio of great songs to number of albums released is absolutely dire.

stabbler
April 11th 2012


1415 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

album starts slowly and goes backwards from there

minty901
April 11th 2012


2070 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

if any other album deserves a 5.0 then this deserves a 5.5, and TEINACDP deserves a 6.0. maybe ill keep posting in these threads going on about how these albums are a masterpiece and eventually people will begin to agree with me. that can be my purpose.

fuckthatnoise
April 11th 2012


1479 Comments


yeah no lol

stabbler
April 11th 2012


1415 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

it's a noble undertaking, but you may need to order some padding for your bedroom walls soon

fuckthatnoise
April 11th 2012


1479 Comments


lol he 5'd a This Will Destroy You album.

minty901
April 11th 2012


2070 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

in fairness mogwai young team and this will destroy you s/t are so incredibly close to being on the same level as this album

fuckthatnoise
April 11th 2012


1479 Comments


the only good thing TWDY ever have done is Tunnel Blanket though.

minty901
April 11th 2012


2070 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

the mighty rio grande may be the best song of all time.

fuckthatnoise
April 11th 2012


1479 Comments


everything off that album was generic, boring, and formulaic.

minty901
April 11th 2012


2070 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

not to mention emotional, heartbreaking. speaking of my ratings i do need to update some and rate a lot more.



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