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kalkal50
April 4th 2008



2386 Comments


lyrics: http://www.lyricstime.com/in-pieces-jaurez-mexico-lyrics.html

just look at the nav bar to the right for the rest of the songsThis Message Edited On 04.04.08

KritikalMotion
April 4th 2008



2261 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Thanks but does anyone have the full version of the Age of Oceans lyrics - they're only half there.

Msuen
April 29th 2008



16 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I bought this for a quid! Was really worth it. Been listening to it non-stop.

I like the sound they make, with the exceptional clean riffs and the catchy 'grudge like' bass lines but sometimes I think the songs can be a bit slow. I guess his vocals makes up for it though.

No Letter, No Note + Age of Oceans + Completely Inevitable are personal favs.

kalkal50
April 29th 2008



2386 Comments


No Letter, No Note + Age of Oceans + Completely Inevitable are personal favs.


Yeah I pretty much totally agree.

Aficionado
April 29th 2008



1027 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I need to listen to this record a lot more than I do.

DFelon204409
Emeritus
May 9th 2008



3995 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Don't we all.

spoon_of_grimbo
May 25th 2008



2240 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

i'm in a mood for some arty, slightly depressing, yet amazing music, so when i'm finished listening to the Pax Cecilia album i'm gonna listen to this again, as it's been a while since i last gave it a spin.

figured i'd post and bump the review a bit, because this album doesn't get enough love.

KritikalMotion
May 25th 2008



2261 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

MOAR LOVE NEEDS.

i try to whore this to everyone i come into contact as much as possible if they are worthy

plane
Staff Reviewer
May 26th 2008



6093 Comments


This has grown on me a lot. Really great stuff.

Aficionado
May 26th 2008



1027 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

k I don't think this is a classic

cbmartinez
May 26th 2008



2525 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

yeah this album is amazing but it's replay value has worn thin with me

Athom
Staff Reviewer
July 24th 2008



17204 Comments


the

two of Riley, the Thrice's bassist's huge influences
part in the review is a little off. Eddie Thrice's bassist. Riley is the drummer.

SnackaryBinx
October 12th 2008



2309 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

jesus christ, the end of Age of Oceans. holy butt fucking jesus.

handoman
October 25th 2008



2386 Comments


Every time I listen to this I get a strange feeling that I've heard these songs before. But of course I've heard them before. What I mean is that I always get this feeling that I heard them a long time ago. idk. Album ****ing rules.

Starsprophet
January 20th 2009



6 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

It took me a long time to realize how genius this album really is. Its been in my collection for a long time now, every since i first read this review, but the greatness of this album has just recently sunk in. Walking the streets of Florence with a slight rain in the air really sinks this one home. The whole thing really does feel so incredibly human its insane. It is easy to see how they broke up after this, nothing else they could have done would have been this perfect, and I'm completely fine with that.

5/5 in the truest of senses

Fugue
January 20th 2009



7352 Comments


This is pretty much win. Took a couple of listens to get into, but those listens were well worth it.

NYdubber
April 2nd 2009



74 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Much like everyone else I didn't really get into this after listening to their previous stuff so much. I thought it was kind of a let down. Then I put it on after a good 4 or 5 months and was blown away, just like that...outta nowhere.

I posted my rating for this album awhile ago - and it has only grown on me more, because at this point it is easily a "classic" to me.

One of those recordings that you will go out of your way to get someone else to listen to just so they will have a better understanding of what GOOD/GREAT/AMAZING music, regardless of genre, can really sound like.


doh! edit: found this earlier as well...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RRrwohP6bYThis Message Edited On 04.02.09

Turtlelephant
May 13th 2009



168 Comments


dropping a comment to remind everyone this is the best post-hardcore album ever made.

Lions
October 6th 2009



1015 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

i'm in a mood for some arty, slightly depressing, yet amazing music, so when i'm finished listening to the Pax Cecilia album i'm gonna listen to this again, as it's been a while since i last gave it a spin.

I've been doing/feeling that all week. Blessed are the Bonds and this album have both just clicked for me. Album's fantastic. Plus, I do write history.

Deathcar
October 7th 2009



1534 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Nice review as usual.

These guys finally clicked the other day, awesome post-hardcore, I love the odd time signatures and the slightly unusual riffs.

Kinda like ATD-I but with more tolerable vocals (I love the rawness of his screams as well.)



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