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greg84
Staff Reviewer
November 1st 2013


7421 Comments

Album Rating: 3.8

I've checked it out, and I liked it.

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dimsim3478
November 1st 2013


5187 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Yes. It was good.

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Moonmonkey
November 1st 2013


1 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Hey, thought I would join to say yes it is quite brill.

On first listen I wasn't sure, seemed to be a bit more mature like their last.
(Hold on is my fave, thus far!)

However, after a few listens It def has grown on me.

I seen them live in Edinburgh for the first time last year and it was a classy gig, although the venue was a bit big for them.

Top band all round!



johnnyblaze
November 1st 2013


2615 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

ya, this is great. there definitely is too much going on at some points and the synths seem a little
overdone, but Gareth sounds great.

Point1
November 1st 2013


197 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"Avocado, Baby" is fucking excellent what the hell. Yeah it's cheesy but it goes all in and it's executed perfectly.

Emyay
November 5th 2013


5968 Comments


not really all that dance-y.

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
November 5th 2013


19933 Comments


it's all about the lyrics

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johnnyblaze
November 13th 2013


2615 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

WE WILL FLOWER AGAIN i have surely seen it WE WILL FLOWER AGAINNNN

bumped


DaveyBoy
Staff Reviewer
December 1st 2013


20857 Comments

Album Rating: 4.1

With their 5th LP in 6 years, prolific Welsh indie pop-rockers Los Campesinos! deliver their best album yet in 'No Blues'. Maturing in all the right ways, this is the now sextet's most focused - & consistent - release to date. The wry, witty lyrics return better than ever, as do the lively melodies which brilliantly coalesce with the often dark subject matter. Apart from the ever-improving vocals, the prevailing upgrade here comes in the form of the expansive sonic textures. So much so, that Arcade Fire is now more of a comparison than any underdog British band! Recommended Tracks: What Death Leaves Behind, Avocado Baby, Cemetery Gaits & For Flotsam.

johnnyblaze
December 2nd 2013


2615 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

So. fucking. good.

this feels more consistent than Romance is Boring, but I think the stand-outs from that are a little better.

Emyay
June 19th 2014


5968 Comments


listening to this again. seriously, who would dance to this? not a bad album, just saying

dimsim3478
June 19th 2014


5187 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

yea I sing-along avidly as opposed to dancing

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
June 19th 2014


19933 Comments


fun album. never got the attention it deserves on here

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
June 19th 2014


13341 Comments


i like hello better

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Crawl
August 2nd 2014


1629 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Avocado Baby is incredibly catchy

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RadicalEd
August 25th 2014


2702 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

She says "if you're unhappy, then you gotta find the cure"
Well I prescribe me one more beer, beyond that I am unsure

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jefflebowski
August 25th 2014


8253 Comments


is this the best LC! album to start with? been meaning to give em a listen for ages but not sure where
to begin

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
August 25th 2014


13341 Comments


chrono

jefflebowski
August 25th 2014


8253 Comments


old school

RadicalEd
September 3rd 2014


2702 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This is a good LC to start, pretty accessible. Just don't start with hello sadness.



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