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Electric City
Staff Reviewer
September 23rd 2007


15737 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Intrigued... Will look for.

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Neoteric
September 23rd 2007


3243 Comments


The comment that was here was retarded.This Message Edited On 03.15.08

Dried Muffin Remnants
September 24th 2007


297 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This album is so subtle in its beauty... I can definitely see people not thinking much of it.

InvaderANT
October 2nd 2007


10 Comments


this album is great, I just wish it could have been recorded better. good album to fall asleep to

Electric City
Staff Reviewer
October 2nd 2007


15737 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

So looking forward to getting this album.

Justanothernimrod
October 2nd 2007


478 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

Apocolyptic: I dunno, it was a weird show. They didn't really look like they wanted to be there for half of it, and the crowd were similarly lacking in encouragement.

It wasn't bad as such, I mean it was tight (except a couple mishaps) but the sound was a bit overwhelming at times, and really, it totally lacked atmosphere for what is considered one of the most atmospheric records ever. just, underwhelming.

This said. 'Washer' was probably one of the greatest performances I've ever witnessed. but this was the only truly great moment of the whole show and it sloped afterwards.

IsItLuck?
Emeritus
November 20th 2007


4927 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

this album is so fucking good.

samariah
December 1st 2007


109 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

i agree with dried muffin remnants about people not picking up on the subtle beauty right away. but once you do its great.

lunchforthesky
December 1st 2007


1039 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I bought the vinyl of this the other day so I don't know any of the individual songs cause it's not that kind of album but really is a cool record. I like how on the back they are asking for applicants for a female singer to join the band lol.

IsItLuck?
Emeritus
February 23rd 2008


4927 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

the lyrical story of this album is incredible and just such a great build-up throughout.

Electric City
Staff Reviewer
March 24th 2008


15737 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Listened to this more today because Neoteric told me to, and it started growing on me. I'll see where this ends up.This Message Edited On 03.24.08

Aficionado
March 25th 2008


1027 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

For dinner... and Good Morning, Captain are so brilliant together. I think this will remain at a 4.

shade
April 4th 2009


1198 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Amazing album, great review.

Chewie
July 7th 2009


4532 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

ya the ambience of the album is really terrific, this is the type of stuff that really appeals to me. Don Amon, Washer and Good Morning Captain are godly songs, the other three are great as well. This could possibly work its way up to a 5.

Shrapnel94
July 7th 2009


2213 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Definitely 5 worthy

Gyromania
July 22nd 2009


15717 Comments


Wish I could get into this.

foreverendeared
July 22nd 2009


14678 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

oh man, it's so good though. Plus they're from my hometown

Chewie
August 6th 2009


4532 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Good Morning Captain is one of the most brilliant odyssey of a song ever. I had a fucking experience with that song last night. This is so close to a 5, I just dunno if the rest are worthy.

accompliceofmydeath
August 14th 2009


4218 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I heard the lead singer actually got physically sick while singing "I Miss You" in Good Morning Captain. He's pretty into it I guess.

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Roach
August 14th 2009


2148 Comments


This is one of the best albums ever for sure.



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