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someguest
April 13th 2012


21230 Comments


There's some good things happening on this album, but a lot of the tracks don't go anywhere nice. I know they're going for the whole dream sequence, 80s flashback sound, but it misses a mark in a lot of places.

Douglas
April 13th 2012


9174 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Folk cover of midnight city? http://www.abc.net.au/triplej/tomandalex/blog/s3474500.htm

Apollo
April 13th 2012


10365 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

meh

someguest
April 13th 2012


21230 Comments


^Agreed.

foxxxyroxxx
April 13th 2012


496 Comments


Someguest

someguest
April 13th 2012


21230 Comments


sup

foxxxyroxxx
April 13th 2012


496 Comments


hey chief

someguest
April 13th 2012


21230 Comments


I haven't really been writing anything recently. It isn't because I've been busy (although that's been somewhat true as of late) or not thinking about anything, it's just that I can't find the inspiration. It's a shame, really. I used to tell people that I wrote for me and what they thought of it didn't matter, but the more I dwell on that statement the more I know it isn't true. If I already know something there's no need to write it down. The reason you write is to share things with people - to help someone see your point of view and why you think the way you do. There is no point in writing if no one is there to read it. And the main pieces I used to write, music reviews, just don't do it for me anymore on a personal level. I guess this tends to happen when you lose focus with all the subjective points of view arguing for certain groups of music over others. I've played with the idea of a novel, but I don't think I have enough experience under my belt to take on a task that large yet. I think the only option at this point is to do some short stories. Maybe people will be inclined to read those more.

foxxxyroxxx
April 13th 2012


496 Comments


Wow deep id read someguest short stories any day but I think maybe that's not something you wrote

someguest
April 13th 2012


21230 Comments


just wrote that actually, thought you'd read it that's why i posted it here too lol

foxxxyroxxx
April 13th 2012


496 Comments


The italics threw me off yea I'd read them I read bukowski once

Irving
Staff Reviewer
April 13th 2012


7318 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Great double record.

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TMobotron
Contributing Reviewer
April 13th 2012


7150 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I'd read a nice short story as well. But I do think there can be a lot of meaning and purpose behind writing even if you don't share it with anyone.

And yeah for how disappointing/bad double albums usually are, this is crazy good.

TheMushuPork
April 14th 2012


462 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

Let's see, how many bands are going to cite this album as an influence in the next five years? Oh, so many.

dimsim3478
April 30th 2012


5327 Comments


Got this on vinyl and am blown away. Plays really well when you turn it up really fucking loud so that dream-pop wall of sound can evaporate your brain.

Love the part on "Raconte" where the kid gets stoned on frogs.

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EverythingEvil2113
May 6th 2012


1280 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

luh that song Wait

macadoolahicky
May 6th 2012


1835 Comments


The first 25 minutes of this album is one of the top 5 sexiest sections of music ever made.

TronaldDump
May 12th 2012


492 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Did my first listen through last night, already exceeded my expectations.

dimsim3478
May 13th 2012


5327 Comments


The moment you hear Anthony yell "carry on", you just know this is the best album ever.

bloc
May 13th 2012


35010 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I like it more when that woman does it

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