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toxin.
April 2nd 2013


12802 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

lol i still sprinkle in good posts when i'm engaging in an intelligent conversation

tommygun
April 2nd 2013


25406 Comments


thanks dudes will jam cities on the bus this morning m/

Digging: Banks - Goddess

toxin.
April 2nd 2013


12802 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

lol
i'd like to think that's not true for me
but

toxin.
April 2nd 2013


12802 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

fuck yeah, enjoy tommy!

Cygnatti
April 2nd 2013


22268 Comments


agreed with both of you.

I can't decide what characteristics you have, toxin., to begin with.

Digging: Jerry Lee Lewis - Live at the Star Club, Hamburg

toxin.
April 2nd 2013


12802 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

so what you're saying is: the inner machinations of my mind are an enigma
?

Cygnatti
April 2nd 2013


22268 Comments


of course, of course.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNZSXnrbs_k

tommygun
April 2nd 2013


25406 Comments


cities is pretty cool so far but the dude needs to shut his fruity mouth more often like he nearly ruins unwinding cable car when he la la las over everything and doesn't let the guitar breathe

tommygun
April 2nd 2013


25406 Comments


reported

Chortles
April 2nd 2013


18094 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

agreed

Digging: Cocteau Twins - Treasure

toxin.
April 2nd 2013


12802 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

dude tommy literally stephen's vocals are the best part of the band, and so if you don't appreciate it or the production, you'll never appreciate the album the way most of us hardcore anberlin fans do. you'd likely dig the album before cities (never take friendship personal) more though, even though it has one cringe-worthy song (stationary)



tommygun
April 2nd 2013


25406 Comments


nah dude I dig his voice I just wish he was a little less prominent and they guitared a bit harder

up to reclusion and so far feeling a hard 3.5/light 4

tommygun
April 2nd 2013


25406 Comments


but it's too early in the morning to feel feelings will jam again tonight and prob 5 it

toxin.
April 2nd 2013


12802 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

luckily the best three songs are the last three .

so basically it's the production style. there's definitely a lot of vocal layering in cities.
personally that's what makes UWCC so breathtaking for me (the bridge is so fucking powerful) but i do
understand where you're coming from. like i said, their previous album will be more suited to what
you're saying, even if the quality of songs is a bit poorer.

you might also like this one better because it does guitar harder for a lot of songs.

toxin.
April 2nd 2013


12802 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

"don't drop your heart/ i'll guard your heart/ with quiet words i'll lead you/ in and out of the dark"

ugh so good.

lakes is absolutely correct, if it's a 3.5-4 before the last three, it should be a 4 hard/ light 4.5 by the end. (*fin) is literally my favorite song ever, and in terms of "best" songs ever (lol objectivity) i wouldn't hesitate to throw it in there.

Cygnatti
April 2nd 2013


22268 Comments


"cities is pretty cool so far but the dude needs to shut his fruity mouth more often like he nearly ruins unwinding cable car when he la la las over everything and doesn't let the guitar breathe"

haha, yes

Storm In A Teacup
April 2nd 2013


13221 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

driving right now gonna switch from Biffy to this

toxin.
April 2nd 2013


12802 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

storm, don't sput and drive at the same time!

Cygnatti
April 2nd 2013


22268 Comments


that's dangerous and against da law!

toxin.
April 2nd 2013


12802 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

ugh inevitable is like 11/5, now that months have passed i'm glad to say i wasn't so hasty to think that this > cities



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