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south_of_heaven 11
August 27th 2011


5433 Comments


The bitching about breakdowns has seriously got to stop.The breakdowns are where these bands make their money, its what their fans want to hear. they aren't going anywhere so stfu. but yeah, havent listenned to this yet... i will today


brumm BUM BUM da brummm BUM BUM BA BUM

rinse repeat and sell finish product

roflrad
August 27th 2011


81 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

TDWP has breakdownz...if you don't like it then gtfo.

Deal with it!

Motiv3
August 27th 2011


8932 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

Leveler was practically Constellations part 2. but is better than any TWDP release, including this so far.

Digging: Punch - They Don?t Have To Believe

Motiv3
August 27th 2011


8932 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

nvm.

roflrad
August 27th 2011


81 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I'd say that Plagues is still better than this

Motiv3
August 27th 2011


8932 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

nah, plagues for the most part is poor. This is an improvement but still really average. Dear Love however is fucking awful.

AfterTheBreakdown
August 27th 2011


7128 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

constance is my favorite song on this I think.

FromDaHood
Contributing Reviewer
August 27th 2011


9034 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

Plagues is better than this. Fact.

Pharoh
August 27th 2011


3326 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Don't dink and drance

FrankRedHot
August 27th 2011


6448 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

"Plagues is better than this. Fact."

And that's not saying much.

































Oh, yeah.... Fact.

roflrad
August 27th 2011


81 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

You can't spell spell Crap without C

taxidermist
August 27th 2011


7203 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Plagues and this shouldn't even be compared. Plagues is super shitty and by far their worst album imo.

haydenslame
August 27th 2011


352 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Dear Love was by far the most listenable. Plagues is always great, and With Roots had its moments. Gimme Half, and Assistant are the only songs that have re-playable value.

nash1311
August 27th 2011


1754 Comments


how in the world do you listen to tdwp and hear underoath? only similarities to me are sing/scream and a synth player. so different to me

nash1311
August 27th 2011


1754 Comments


Dear Love most listenable? WUT

Motiv3
August 27th 2011


8932 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

Dear Love most listenable? WUT [2].

Waior
August 27th 2011


11451 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

it reads like you haven't listened to this enough, especially when you say oh yeah they progressed but I'm still only gonna give it a 2.5


maybe i communicated poorly but the whole thing i'm saying is that they progressed from being bad to passably average

it's a big progression. progress doesn't always lead to awesome, it often leads you there step by average step

AfterTheBreakdown
August 27th 2011


7128 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Dear Love most listenable? WUT [3].


Lakes.
August 27th 2011


27730 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

eff the haters

Digging: Arthur Russell - World of Echo

Waior
August 27th 2011


11451 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

The bitching about breakdowns has seriously got to stop.The breakdowns are where these bands make their money, its what their fans want to hear. they aren't going anywhere so stfu. but yeah, havent listenned to this yet... i will today


The bitching about breakdown-bitching has seriously got to stop. Complaining about breakdowns is how music critics are taken seriously, it's what their readers want to read. They aren't going anywhere so stfu.

No, but really, just because a lot of people want to hear something doesn't make it objectively worth listening to...



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