TV on the Radio Nine Types of Light
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robin
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April 12th 2011



4241 Comments


so much unconditional love for this album, can't stop playing it. great writeup sobhi.

conradtao
Emeritus
April 12th 2011



2088 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

what a boring album

robin
Emeritus
April 12th 2011



4241 Comments


conrad =(

conradtao
Emeritus
April 12th 2011



2088 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

sorry robin I still love you

rotterdog
April 12th 2011



487 Comments


I'm disappointed to hear this went in a R&B direction. Anyone have a standout track I should check out?

kingsoby1
Emeritus
April 12th 2011



4938 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Caffeinated Consciousness and Repetition are awesome

lancebramsay
April 12th 2011



1585 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

COOL STORY BRO

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
April 12th 2011



23798 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Anyone have a standout track I should check out?


No Future Shock or New Cannonball Blues

Digging: Ought - More Than Any Other Day

Knott-
Emeritus
April 12th 2011



10194 Comments


in the shadow of the gallows of the tree of your family's shadowy gallows

theacademy
April 12th 2011



28218 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

atavan is back!

PuddlesPuddles
April 12th 2011



4752 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

3.5 is right, this is fun but nothing too special in the element of TV. And I love TV

Worthy tracks:
Will Do
Repetition
No Future Shock

letsgofishing
April 12th 2011



900 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

I don't know, in my eyes you can look at this album in two ways

1. You can take the elitist view and mark TV On The Radio down because they weren't
experimental/progressive/ ambitious enough..which totally makes sense, because compared to all their other albums,
this is easily the most mainstream. And that may be what you enjoy about TVOTR

2. Or you can take my view and say "Hey, these are the most well done catchiest pop songs I have heard this
year, hell I can't stop listening to it."

So who knows, maybe it's not far-reaching enough, but I have been enjoying the hell out of this album, and if
it was any other band I would give it a 4.5, why not extend TVOTR the same luxury? but, hey, either view is
cool in my eyes.

PS. then there's also the TV On The Radio are overrated and boring view..but I just feel sorry for them.

Digging: Kayo Dot - Choirs of the Eye

PuddlesPuddles
April 12th 2011



4752 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Or, 3, the insanity approach: You can like the band and realize this album just didn't hit hard enough and in fact wasn't as catchy as you hoped.

letsgofishing
April 12th 2011



900 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

In fact, there's probably a different approach for each person who listens to the album, making above post completely useless :P

Oh, well here's the hour long music video accompanying the album to make you feel better
http://thefilmstage.com/2011/04/12/watch-tv-on-the-radios-feature-film-nine-types-of-light/

conradtao
Emeritus
April 12th 2011



2088 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

For me, I've never been a huge fan of TVOTR but I've always figured that they were consistent enough. This just strikes me as being dull. :C

robin
Emeritus
April 12th 2011



4241 Comments


i know the you music video is a joke but it's heartbreaking :'(

Bulldog
April 12th 2011



3796 Comments


need to listen to this. good review soby.

Photon
April 12th 2011



1292 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

a few good tracks but some obvious filler here

conradtao
Emeritus
April 12th 2011



2088 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

uhh robin can we talk about this 5 i see

(don't worry we'll take it slow)

robin
Emeritus
April 12th 2011



4241 Comments


we'll fb chat this shit out.



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