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br3ad_man
Emeritus
January 6th 2005



2125 Comments


[QUOTE=Dark Hero]Great review, I never knew you liked Isis.[/QUOTE]

Now you do. :thumb:

And I was just saying that I really ****ing despise Oasis. :evil:


If you're talking about my Oasis review, that's about 9 months old :p

SubtleDagger
January 6th 2005



737 Comments


[QUOTE=br3ad_man]
If you're talking about my Oasis review, that's about 9 months old :p[/QUOTE]
So do you hate them now?

BuddyBigsby
January 7th 2005



531 Comments


[QUOTE=Ornery Cephalopod]Great review, great album, etc.

Fun factoid: The female vocals are from Maria Christopher of the band 27, and Turner/Caxide do a guest spot on the 27 song "April". The bands sound nothing alike, but maybe you cool chaps would be interested in this.[/QUOTE]

So thaaaaaaaaaaat's who that is. 27 are great.

br3ad_man
Emeritus
January 7th 2005



2125 Comments


[QUOTE=SubtleDagger]So do you hate them now?[/QUOTE]

Not really. I don't really listen to them these days though.

caspian
January 22nd 2005



38 Comments


I really want this album. I've got some of their older stuff and panopticon, and I like panopticon more. I really need to check this out, but I cant find it anywhere, which is strangem because finding the red sea, celestial etc. Is easy.

Mr Benners
January 22nd 2005



20 Comments


Hmmmmm

*Is a fan of all bands in the "For fans of" section*

I think I might have to check Isis out.
Anywhere I can hear something a bit longer than 30 seconds?

caspian
May 22nd 2005



38 Comments


Major Bumpage, but having just bought this album, I can say that it kicks ass in many different ways. Perfect. 5/5.

Dried Muffin Remnants
October 6th 2005



297 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This is the second best post-metal album in my opinion...

Epic, beautiful, emotional...What more can be said?

Perhaps I am overrating these post-metal albums because they -are- very repetitive and I have to be in a certain mood to listen to them...

But as far as I'm concerned. Oceanic by Isis and Thaw by Pelican perfect this genre.

5/5

Apathy
October 7th 2005



645 Comments


I'm looking to get into Isis. What album should I buy first, this or the more recent one?

Justanothernimrod
October 7th 2005



478 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I feel Panotipation is far far better, but this was great that it helped build up to that album.

br3ad_man
Emeritus
October 7th 2005



2125 Comments


Either really. Both are excellent. This is a little less accessible.

Arrakakaka
October 12th 2005



685 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Incredible album, my holy grail. Pelican led me to this album, and Oceanic opened a whole new door for me in the musical world.This Message Edited On 10.12.05

Kid A
October 14th 2005



261 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

If I had to pick a favorite song on the album, it would have to be Carry. But they are all great.

5/5

Kage
October 18th 2005



1173 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

[QUOTE=In Chains]But as far as I'm concerned. Oceanic by Isis and Thaw by Pelican perfect this genre.[/QUOTE]
I agree with this 100%. Post Metal is one of my favorite genres too.

Amazing album, great review.


Neoteric
October 18th 2005



3243 Comments


never heard them, though I now want to.

Toaster
November 17th 2005



343 Comments


I have The Red Sea, and I like it, but it's a bit repetitive. Would I like this?

Killtacular
November 17th 2005



1314 Comments


Yes.

Arrakakaka
November 17th 2005



685 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

This is alot different.

Toaster
November 17th 2005



343 Comments


In what way? I've been hearing they've gotten less heavy.

ocelot-05
November 18th 2005



807 Comments


Wow, knowing my love for electronica and ambience, I bet I would love this album.



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