The Knife Tomorrow, In a Year
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robertsona
Emeritus
February 16th 2010


15271 Comments


robert 9.2

lewis 9.3



WHO WILL WIN

plane
Emeritus
February 16th 2010


6293 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

i did not even see you there, :h5:

Enotron
February 16th 2010


7695 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

No way guys. somwhere between 6.6 and 7.4.

sexpoi
February 17th 2010


623 Comments


i think the second half is well written and the first half is noise for the sake of noise imo. the build up is almost non-existent from the first half to the second half because the songs don't really go anywhere in the first half. They are just glitchyness but the second half is cool. If I had to rate this I would give it 2.5-3 because I believe that sitting around waiting for something interesting to happen is not a good listen...it's tiring

Electric City
Emeritus
February 17th 2010


15759 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

i find it ridiculously frustrating how the first half is considered merely buildup. It's not supposed to be an introduction to 40 minutes of actual music. It stands beautifully in its own right, serving a completely different purpose than the second. I can put the second disc on casually or I can put on the first disc when I want something rewarding. Sure it's intense and dissonant, but that's why it's vital.

klap
Staff Reviewer
February 17th 2010


11318 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

saying the first half stands beautifully in its own right is why people don't agree on this album

robertsona
Emeritus
February 17th 2010


15271 Comments


This is by far the worst piece of "music" that has ever been laid upon my ears, imagine white noise playing for 92 minutes with some farting in the mix, there you have Tomorrow, In a Year.


Enotron
February 17th 2010


7695 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

AHA! Hanson pulling the old 1,2, chambered.

plane
Emeritus
February 17th 2010


6293 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

The whole album is fantastic, first disc is more satisfying though. All moody minimalism buried beneath harsh electronics, it is intense.

Enotron
February 17th 2010


7695 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

while as a whole the first side is better(or more interesting), the combo of annie's box and colouring of pigeons is stunning.





Aaron
February 17th 2010


657 Comments


is this anything like fever ray's album?

Is this anything like Sugar Ray's album?

Kaleid
February 18th 2010


724 Comments


This sounds fantastic. I thought Silent Shout was brilliant, but I didn't want them to just repeat themselves.

robin
Emeritus
February 20th 2010


4344 Comments


i think i am becoming shockingly wrong about this

Electric City
Emeritus
February 20th 2010


15759 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

lol look at that rating distribution

robin
Emeritus
February 21st 2010


4344 Comments


i dont mean to offend =(

EasternLight
February 21st 2010


2710 Comments


YES YOU DO

BallsToTheWall
February 22nd 2010


46181 Comments


Will look into.

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Waior
February 25th 2010


11601 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

i find it ridiculously frustrating how the first half is considered merely buildup. It's not supposed to be an introduction to 40 minutes of actual music. It stands beautifully in its own right, serving a completely different purpose than the second. I can put the second disc on casually or I can put on the first disc when I want something rewarding. Sure it's intense and dissonant, but that's why it's vital.




you're being all !!!!! como un strikey! awesome

plane
Emeritus
March 1st 2010


6293 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Pitchfork Rating? I'm going for 6.8


Enotron ftw

klap
Staff Reviewer
March 1st 2010


11318 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

awesome



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