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paxman
October 16th 2012


4084 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

Said Too Much is a fantastic track. It's a rocker with a chorus reminiscent of Modern Age with some aggressive vocals.

ShadowRemains
October 16th 2012


20693 Comments


amberlin

Digging: Banks - Goddess

paxman
October 16th 2012


4084 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

No Love To Speak is a slightly softer, sweeter track...has a great melody.

Both are great songs.

paxman
October 16th 2012


4084 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

Lol Shadow I always wanted to call them that when I first heard of them

JakeStallion
October 16th 2012


398 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

Those sound incredible. I can't wait to hear them for myself.

Ecnalzen
October 16th 2012


6531 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Me too. Hopefully someone will put them on Youtube eventually.

Ignimbrite
October 16th 2012


5331 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Modern Age is such a good song, but the production of the vocals during the chorus makes them sound underwater and fuck it's annoying. Do I have a bad rip, or is this actually what they sound like?

ABjordanMM
October 16th 2012


1401 Comments


Likin this so far. Great review also.

Digging: Manchester Orchestra - Hope

JakeStallion
October 16th 2012


398 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

Modern Age sounds fine for me. I'm thinkin you just have a bad rip.

KjSwantko
October 16th 2012


9277 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Bumped from 3.5 to 4.5 now after about five listens. This has grown on me hard.

ABjordanMM
October 16th 2012


1401 Comments


I do feel like it will be a grower.

KjSwantko
October 16th 2012


9277 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Your feelings are true, friend.

breakingthefragile
October 16th 2012


2956 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Alright so, I just finished listening to this album, and I am like, so genuinely happy right now. I
got butterflies in my stomach, and a wide grin stretched across my cheeks, and I don't know exactly
why, but I feel really good. I'm like in a state of bliss. I feel like I'm in alternative rock Disney
world or something.

Digging: Cathedrals - Cathedrals EP

ABjordanMM
October 16th 2012


1401 Comments


Sounds like you're in love.

KjSwantko
October 16th 2012


9277 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Sounds like he got his dick sucked too while he was listening to this great album.

Anyway, "Little Tyrants" reminds me of "Godspeed", and it's sweet.

Ecnalzen
October 16th 2012


6531 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Sometimes I think an album is better as a grower than hooking you right away. For me, getting hooked right away can often lead to the appeal wearing off faster, which can eventually go to "Why the hell did I like that so much in the first place?" There's also the chance of getting hooked and it never letting go, but that just doesn't seem to happen as often for me though.

When you have a grower, you learn to appreciate more with each listen and it just keeps getting better and better.

KjSwantko
October 16th 2012


9277 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

@Ecnalzen, "When you have a grower, you learn to appreciate more with each listen and it just keeps getting better and better." That was Cities for me.

ABjordanMM
October 16th 2012


1401 Comments


this ^^ my thoughts exactly.

breakingthefragile
October 16th 2012


2956 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Fuck, I can't get over how happy I am right now. It's like almost midnight where I am right now, but I feel like I need to just get up and DO SOMETHING to change the world you guys.

KjSwantko
October 16th 2012


9277 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Go get a cape and fight crime. Call yourself the Anberlinator and get famous



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