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Drummerboy123
July 4th 2013


2531 Comments


"Spaceship Coupe needs way more love."

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Best chorus on the album in my opinion. Song is too repetitive though.

Rowan5215
July 4th 2013


30483 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

They are all a tiny bit repetitive but I'd say Spaceship justifies its length more than Tunnel Vision or Don't Hold the Wall. One of my favourites for sure.

Drummerboy123
July 5th 2013


2531 Comments


If any of you can play drums then play along to Let the groove get in. It's so awesome haha

theshelfmaster
July 8th 2013


221 Comments


"They are all a tiny bit repetitive but I'd say Spaceship justifies its length more than Tunnel Vision or Don't Hold the Wall. One of my favourites for sure."

This is the opposite of my opinion heh

MunsuLight
July 10th 2013


567 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Tunnel Vision and Don't Hold the Wall are probably my favourites on this.. Spaceship being in the bottom.. I'm hoping part 2 will be this good

MunsuLight
July 10th 2013


567 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

It just a matter of personal preference ! I love prog rock and metal where the average length time is higher than on this, so 6-8 minutes songs are like a breeze for me..

ethixx
July 10th 2013


1170 Comments


this sucks btw

MunsuLight
July 10th 2013


567 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

@ethix I forgot we can't love "pop" being a music that is simple and better love experimental music..





@andcas.. Yeah, but, in almost every musical genre from death metal to classical to jazz, repetitions

are needed to make the listener hooked..Riffs, hooks, chorus, etc.. Even prog, that people despise

for being wankers and having no songwriting skills, have a lot of repetition..This is a part of music

for me

oltnabrick
July 10th 2013


33271 Comments


i only listen to field recordings

ethixx
July 10th 2013


1170 Comments


jk i love it!

Cygnatti
July 10th 2013


25748 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Agreed with andcas. Might lower my rating since all I really jam are ocean, mirrors, and dun hold the wall, and not very often

either.

Digging: Darkthrone - Goatlord

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
July 10th 2013


22837 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

listened to this the other day and have to disagree with yall. still as good as ever still aoty

Digging: Lamb of God - VII: Sturm und Drang

Kman418
July 10th 2013


12206 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

i forgot we can't dislike pop without the reason being that it's not experimental enough

Digging: Antarctigo Vespucci - Leavin' La Vida Loca

Cygnatti
July 10th 2013


25748 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Like bad lyrics! Amirite?



I'm glad insurrection still digs this though.

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
July 10th 2013


22837 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

lol sarcasm? what can i say im a sucker for jt

TMobotron
July 11th 2013


7202 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I have absolutely no issue with repetition on these tracks.

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
July 11th 2013


22837 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

same nor with song lengths. i think spaceship coupe is a couple min too long but thats a minor gripe

Cygnatti
July 11th 2013


25748 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

I still have my jay-z-less suit & tie ❤

treeqt.
July 11th 2013


14373 Comments


@andcas.. Yeah, but, in almost every musical genre from death metal to classical to jazz, repetitions
are needed to make the listener hooked..Riffs, hooks, chorus, etc.. Even prog, that people despise
for being wankers and having no songwriting skills, have a lot of repetition..This is a part of music
for me


don't you let karlheinz hear that

Digging: Chelsea Wolfe - Abyss

oltnabrick
July 11th 2013


33271 Comments


Newkirk - 'Funk City'


pls check this everyone itt



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