The Knife Shaking the Habitual
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DrMaximus
October 28th 2013


9578 Comments


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omnipanzer
October 28th 2013


21621 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

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October 28th 2013


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October 28th 2013


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LilLioness
October 28th 2013


2603 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

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theTourist
November 23rd 2013


99 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Superb review

AlexTM510
December 3rd 2013


1403 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I remembering listening to a tooth for an eye and hating those vocals so much. But now that im trying out other tracks and this is now starting to click. oy, might have to revamp my top 10 list now

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jtswope
December 17th 2013


2369 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

this is so good it's not even funny

dylantheairplane
December 19th 2013


2170 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Everything on disc two is killer. That part in the first three minutes of Stay Out Here where they loop that same vocal bit and it gets deeper and deeper is one of my favorite moments of the album even though it's so subtle.

LilLioness
December 19th 2013


2603 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

You know for all of the buzz this had at release, you would think more people would have placed it on their best of 13 lists.

hamid95
December 21st 2013


103 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

It's certainly strange. Some records do happen to become more of an "appreciated work" than thoroughly enjoyable pieces. For STH, though, the latter seems to be the case with lots of folks. A pleasant surprise to me, as I was completely weirded out at first listen, but I suppose once yeezy, VW and Arcade Fire make such ludicrous hype the earlier releases this year get pretty overshadowed - particularly the obscure ones.

Negator
December 21st 2013


541 Comments


This album is cracked the fuck out...it reminds of some trainspotting type of lifestyle. About people caught up in some degenerative subculture, addicted to drugs and trying to figure if they prefer being a sissy bottom or bareback top.

Shaking makes me feel uncomfortable... in such a gritty, dried blood, type of way. It reminds of me of the character Septimus Smith, who just goes off the fucking deep end to try and find the truth about societies inequalities.

...But w the Knife, their truth isnt so much something we dont already know. They are deranged fucks, due or not due to society. While this album is pretty mesmerizing.. its downright corrupt and feminist. and maybe too feminist for my tastes...

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TheBarber
December 21st 2013


1978 Comments


Easily in my top 10 of this year, album blows my mind

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fromtheinside
December 21st 2013


18717 Comments


yeah, it pretty difficult for me to listen to at first, but i feel like the effort is always worth it with them

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Negator
December 22nd 2013


541 Comments


this is like,the new angsty feels

Ryus
December 24th 2013


3234 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Fantastic, "Full of Fire" is one of my favorite tracks of the year.

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TheBarber
December 24th 2013


1978 Comments


AND YOUR FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUL OF FIRE. In my top albums this year fo show

Ryus
December 24th 2013


3234 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

In my top albums this year fo show [2]

Ryus
December 24th 2013


3234 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Surprised this didn't show up on as many 2013 lists as i thought it would

TheBarber
December 24th 2013


1978 Comments


You can't win everyone by shaking them, some are just cold inside



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