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Gyromania
May 6th 2013


17605 Comments


On par with, if not better than, Nux Vomica

not even close, but still an excellent album

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
May 6th 2013


51503 Comments


Vales >

EaglesBecomeVultures
May 6th 2013


5369 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

lol

Gyromania
May 6th 2013


17605 Comments


no

Aids
May 7th 2013


24184 Comments


Trebor stop being silly, you would like this band.

Digging: Jamie xx - In Colour

BigPleb
May 7th 2013


41702 Comments


Never knew Silverstein had re-released Shipwreck in the Sand.

kitsch
May 7th 2013


5110 Comments


rudy listened to nux vomica last night

my gf didnt like it as much as i thought she would

i liked the last part of it especially though



klap
Staff Reviewer
May 7th 2013


10960 Comments

Album Rating: 3.8

fromtheinside my post at the top of this page was actually written for you : (



glad someone enjoyed it kitsch

Blackbelt54
May 7th 2013


4276 Comments


nux vomica is awesome, I should check this out

DotEight
May 8th 2013


5680 Comments


Brah that song that was on Mr. Brooks at the end when his daughter kills him in his dream - awesome.

Vicious Traditions I think?

klap
Staff Reviewer
May 8th 2013


10960 Comments

Album Rating: 3.8

yeah from their first album

DotEight
May 8th 2013


5680 Comments


Yeah, need to check into these guys more. I fucking love Vicious Traditions though.

Jethro42
May 10th 2013


13046 Comments


The Runaway Found and Nux Vomica are such great albums

CosmicPie
October 13th 2013


1127 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Nux really grabbed me by the short and curlies, and the other albums I checked out have been excellent... this is no different. Solid review.

synysterdjs
May 17th 2015


102 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Man, the riff on Sign of Your Love hits deep. It does feel a little flat, but I like it. The album flows a lot better than Sun Gangs, though it doesn't really have anything that's immediately captivating as the opening half of Sun Gangs (besides Deep, Dark Wood). The instrumentation on this is fantastic, though; a lot more variety compared to previous albums, including Nux Vomica. It just lacks the constant ebb and flow and Andrews' full emotional investment that were present on the latter.



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