Circle Takes the Square Decompositions: Volume Number One
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oltnabrick
January 3rd 2013


31157 Comments


yeah its really good

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TheNexus100
January 3rd 2013


2542 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

id like it more if the lyrics weren't so awful

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oltnabrick
January 3rd 2013


31157 Comments


u r a terrible person

fromtheinside
January 3rd 2013


18815 Comments


i dunno, i thought the newer songs sucked ass. i was ultimately bored by this. maybe it's a grower?

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Xenophanes
Emeritus
January 3rd 2013


10615 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Whoa where you been?

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fromtheinside
January 3rd 2013


18815 Comments


ha, i've been popping my head in here and there essentially creating a catalog of your reviews that's
now given me this nightmare of links to plow through. but i could never pass up some (!)new ctts
action

MadKungFu
January 3rd 2013


375 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"hyperbolic claim"

toxin.
January 3rd 2013


12667 Comments


"so you're trying to tell me that I can't a develop a game of 4 minutes and 33 seconds of standing in an empty room?"

underappreciated comment
+1 from me


auberginedreams
January 3rd 2013


6065 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

just out of curiosity, how is it determined which releases get the "best new music" label? because
i've seen a bunch of staff reviews that give 4.0-4.5s and don't get BNM, but then this is a 3.5 and it
does. just wondering because i've been confused about it for awhile.

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
January 3rd 2013


10302 Comments


Really don't care for this, although the second half's way more interesting.

fromtheinside
January 3rd 2013


18815 Comments


there's such a sudden change in style with the production for the second half, to give it a more
"raw" effect, that i'm completely turned off. also it's absurdly sloppy even for ctts standards.

auberginedreams
January 3rd 2013


6065 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

what are you talking about, this is wayyyy less raw or "sloppy" than ATRU and much more cleanly
produced than anything else they've done. not saying it's better (i still prefer ATRU even though i
love this) but you're comment doesn't make much sense.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
January 3rd 2013


31398 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

just out of curiosity, how is it determined which releases get the "best new music" label? because i've seen a bunch of staff reviews that give 4.0-4.5s and don't get BNM, but then this is a 3.5 and it does. just wondering because i've been confused about it for awhile.


It's something like if 3 staff members rate an album 4 or higher it becomes "best new music"

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Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
January 3rd 2013


31398 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Just looking at the ratings page, it might be a 3.5 instead

fromtheinside
January 3rd 2013


18815 Comments


did i say it was more raw than atru? in fact, did i compare any of this to atru? or perhaps the albums halves?

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
January 3rd 2013


50674 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Like half this album is just whatever

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fromtheinside
January 3rd 2013


18815 Comments


someone gets a gold star

auberginedreams
January 3rd 2013


6065 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

the production is the same throughout the album though...

foxxxythnksustnk
January 4th 2013


2132 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

5/5

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
January 4th 2013


23911 Comments


"Here's the thing about Decompositions: IT'S THE ALBUM ALL THEIR FANS HAVE BEEN WANTING THEM TO MAKE FOR 7 YEARS"

oh god lmao

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