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Iluvatar
Staff Reviewer
June 20th 2006


16089 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Look through this and Mezz's thread, and you'll notice each has many posts pertaining to that debate. I was commenting on that, bot the inane night convo going on atm.

STLMiguel
June 20th 2006


335 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

..... oh.

Well, uh .... this album rocks. I like Private Press a ton, too.

DFelon204409
Emeritus
June 20th 2006


3995 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Today I was mentally constructing a cool way to turn "Building Steam With a Grain of Salt" into a post-rock song. It would be good.

niobium
June 21st 2006


238 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

I should probably say right now I made a True BASIC program where I have "Building Steam With a Grain of Salt" and "Organ Donor" playing... haha

I think the opening piano on "Stem/Long Stem" is so familiar because it's in a song from the 60's. The British Nirvana did the original song.

Killtacular
June 21st 2006


1314 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

[quote=Dan, of the Vague variety]Isn't Oblivion that World of Warcraft rip-off?[/quote]

Not even close. They're nothing alike.

Oblivion > Mezzanine >>> YouThis Message Edited On 06.21.06

The Jungler
June 21st 2006


4827 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Not even close. They're nothing alike.

Oh, sorry I don't really know anything about it other than a little my friend showed me.


"Freshly Baked"
July 15th 2006


583 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Generic Mezzanine Comparison post.

Activista anti-MTV
August 20th 2006


3144 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

So Med57, can I get you a drink? :naughty:

I am really enjoying this. I would like to believe their is a pair of hands behind the sticks, that I can be wrapped in when I feel lonely. I had never been a follower of the drum faith, until I started listening to DJ Shadow.

Cygnus Inter Anates
August 20th 2006


721 Comments


mezzanine is nowhere near as good as this album. nowhere.

Iluvatar
Staff Reviewer
August 20th 2006


16089 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I'd have to say this comes nowhere near being as good as Mezzanine. Nowhere.

Two-Headed Boy
September 9th 2006


4527 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Fookin' incredible.

Otherside
September 22nd 2006


62 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

so much better than mezzanine actually

Montana
September 23rd 2006


25 Comments


I bought this album last summer, it was the first time I heard DJ Shadow ever. I loved Organ Donor so much; I mean, I wanted it to be played at my funeral or wedding or something. But it seemed so painfully short. I bought Preemptive Strike next and well, it made me happy to see the extended overhaul. :D

This guy is genius.

Amp'd
October 24th 2006


33 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Building Steam With A grain Of Salt is an amzing track.

MrKite
July 27th 2007


5020 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Which What Does Your Soul Look Like is the longest?

I ask because I downloaded this and the tracks weren't in order and it didn't say part 1 or 4.This Message Edited On 07.27.07

Fort23
July 27th 2007


2475 Comments


I just wikied it, What Does Your Soul Look Like, Part 1: Blue Sky Revisit/Transmission 3. I love The Private Press, I should get this.

MrKite
July 27th 2007


5020 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Thanks. For some reason it never occured to me to look it up myself.?

This is extremely good.This Message Edited On 07.27.07

Shadowed Reflection
August 19th 2007


274 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Nice review, man.

MrKite
September 25th 2007


5020 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

The part in Stem/Long Stem where he's like; Parking Tickets! and the rest is probably my favorite moment on the album.

IsItLuck?
Emeritus
October 7th 2007


4927 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

This album is an incredible work of fucking godliness.



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