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gabethepiratesquid
February 16th 2011



4521 Comments


"Only listened through once and really liked it, unfortunately my CPU is now dead..."
lol Glassjaw gives you viruses

gabethepiratesquid
February 16th 2011



4521 Comments


I mean, Glassjaw gave ME a virus, but that was backstage and alcohol helped.

cynicalvision
February 16th 2011



1 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Instant classic. The bass lines alone are jaw dropping

Deathcar
February 16th 2011



1534 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Best GJ release i've heard, though it is being overrated. Still rules tho.

Hep Kat
February 16th 2011



14976 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

yea been listening to this non-stop since i got it at their show the other day


so sw8 soooo sw8

Digging: Nipsey Hussle - Crenshaw

SloppyMilkshake
February 16th 2011



981 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

The grand sweeping choruses, slight tinges of other genres, the eccentric nature, the slightly funky punk/metal hybrid sound, the vocalist (who sorta sounds like a decent Patton imitation). Yeah, if you can't see Faith No More comparisons, you haven't heard Faith No More. They're a good band, but seriously...incredibly overrated.

Wizard
February 16th 2011



19206 Comments


Could never get into these guys, good review.

Digging: Merzbow - Dust of Dreams

Royal
February 16th 2011



2 Comments


VPS sounds like an portugal. the man song. :P

Besides that, I was waiting for this which I'm sure a lot of people have and it is grand.

Inveigh
February 16th 2011



24752 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Jesus Glue is probably my favorite song between the two EPs (bringing back what redsky was talking about a few pages ago), but this one seems like it has more staying power.

then again, i just got both of them last night...

WeepingBanana
February 16th 2011



10035 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I'm having such a hard time deciding if i like this or Our Color Green Better

John Fucking Lennon is probably my favorite glassjaw song ever so...

Electric City
Staff Reviewer
February 16th 2011



15724 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

john fucking lennon is also my favorite gj song, but this is really something special

Digging: A Sunny Day In Glasgow - Sea When Absent

StrizzMatik
February 16th 2011



3172 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

Stations Of The New Cross = orgasm

Digging: United Nations - The Next Four Years

marksellsuswallets
February 16th 2011



4848 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This >> Our Color Green. John Fucking Lennon is prob my least favorite between the two honestly.

Polymath
February 16th 2011



3836 Comments


i probably need to get this..like now

musicConsumer
February 16th 2011



494 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

This band sounds like Faith No More? I guess i'm going to have to listen to Faith No More once i'm done with this.

Athom
Staff Reviewer
February 16th 2011



17189 Comments


i dont get it either. stations is easily the worst. it's boring as hell. also the drum tone on this is
crap.

StrizzMatik
February 16th 2011



3172 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

Disagree then, I think Stations is epic as fuck

Pizza
February 16th 2011



687 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

yeah, stations rules hard. I don't find anything wrong with the production either

drasticaction74
February 16th 2011



1718 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Our Coloring Book Green

1. All Good Junkies Go To Heaven
2. Jesus Glue
3. Natural Born Farmer
4. Stars
5. You Think You're John Fucking Lennon
6. Black Nurse
7. Gold
8. Vanilla Poltergeist Snake
9. Miracles In Inches
10. Stations Of The New Cross
11. Daytona White

give it a try, it's beautiful

Electric City
Staff Reviewer
February 16th 2011



15724 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

stations of the new cross weak pfffffffffffffffffffffft



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