Underoath Lost in the Sound of Separation
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Chesse
October 5th 2013



529 Comments


yeah the last 3 songs rule

Rowan5215
October 5th 2013



24415 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

HOW THEY KNEW THAT THIS WOULD HAPPEN
THEY KNEW THEY KNEW THAT THIS WOULD
HOW THEY KNEW THAT THIS WOULD HAPPEN
THEY KNEW THEY KNEW THAT THIS WOULD
HOW THEY KNEW THAT THIS WOULD HAPPEN
THEY KNEW THEY KNEW THAT THIS WOULD
HOW THEY KNEW THAT THIS WOULD HAPPEN
THEY KNEW THEY KNEW THAT THIS WOULD

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Chesse
October 5th 2013



529 Comments


i kinda wish aaron didn't leave this band. disambiguation was kinda boring without him. even though aaron wasn't the only reason

Rowan5215
October 5th 2013



24415 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I'm kinda torn on that subject. I thought he had a great voice and was a really talented drummer so I missed him for that, but at the same time I think Spencer did a fucking great job on the cleans and Davison did a great job on the drums. Plus, there's the fact that Aaron's lyrics were really immature and stupid and without him in the band Spencer wrote some of his best material yet.

cinaedus
October 5th 2013



26297 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

disambiguation was great

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Hospital
October 5th 2013



2011 Comments


I personally enjoy every single album underoath has released

Rowan5215
October 5th 2013



24415 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

But this and DTGL are better

Chesse
October 5th 2013



529 Comments


Spencer is a great vocalist agreed. I really enjoyed how on this album aaron and spencer balance out so well. He left and the band abandoned their poppier side for the most part which was something that i really loved from this band. disambiguation had a couple of good songs but i felt for the most part like it was missing something

Rowan5215
October 5th 2013



24415 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Yeah I agree that Disambiguation was missing something but I don't think it was their pop influence, I was fine with them abandoning that. I wish they'd done more songs like "Driftwood" though I loved that one.

Chesse
October 5th 2013



529 Comments


for me it's definitely the pop and something else that i can't quite put my finger on. it would have been cooler for me if they went way experimental. I actually think driftwood is pretty cool but i think it's everyone else's least favorite

Rowan5215
October 5th 2013



24415 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Yeah I dunno why people discard Driftwood, an album that experimented more in that direction would've been superior to the actual Disambiguation imo

Chesse
October 5th 2013



529 Comments


Fuck yeah agreed

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
January 12th 2014



21574 Comments


It's taken me too long to check this out considering Disambiguation is one of my favourite albums of the past few years

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OwMySnauze
January 12th 2014



730 Comments


I haven't checked this album or Disam yet. Is this like DTGL part II?

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BigPleb
January 12th 2014



33893 Comments


Best Underoath.

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fish.
Contributing Reviewer
January 12th 2014



21574 Comments


more bass is the first thing I notice. this sounds like a less refined disambiguation. still pretty good though

Rowan5215
January 12th 2014



24415 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This has the best atmosphere of all their albums

Cormano
January 12th 2014



920 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

this shits on disambiguation

Rowan5215
January 12th 2014



24415 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Yep and so does DTGL
All three fucking rule though

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
January 12th 2014



21574 Comments


disambiguation is by far their best but I can see this maybe becoming my 2nd favourite after dtgl



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