Closure in Moscow Pink Lemonade
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CatfishSoup
June 7th 2014


190 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Album grows so damn much. Every song is infectious. I didn't like it that much at first due to the different direction to first temple, but now I think it's just as good.

Rowan5215
June 7th 2014


28916 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Yeah agreed. It seems scatterbrained as fuck first listen but on further listens every song pretty much makes structural sense ('cept Dinosaur)

Digging: Sharon Van Etten - Are We There

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
June 7th 2014


10383 Comments

Album Rating: 4.3 | Sound Off

Dino makes a lot more structural sense to me than songs like The Fool and Pink Lemonade. Its flaw is that its components fail to stand out on the album.

Digging: Thou - Heathen

Rowan5215
June 7th 2014


28916 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Yeah the title track is one I forgot to mention but that one doesn't really seem to have any sort of verse-chorus formula whatsoever. But I think it works because it's chock-full of awesome melodies although I'd still rank it low out of all the songs here. The Fool is just ok but easy to ignore either way

ProjectFreak
June 22nd 2014


1443 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Late to the party, but this rules.

kevin234
July 3rd 2014


238 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Closure To Moscow? first paragraph proof edit

fromtheinside
July 19th 2014


19178 Comments


this review sucks fuck u jacob

i didn't see ONE mention of fair to midland

: D

Digging: Techno Animal - The Brotherhood of the Bomb

fromtheinside
July 23rd 2014


19178 Comments


this is such a sexy album holy mother of

VheissuCrisis
Contributing Reviewer
August 1st 2014


1052 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Persevering with this, and though there's some great stuff it really is a difficult album to get through. And that last song needs to die.

Digging: The Hotelier - Home, Like NoPlace Is There

tempest--
August 2nd 2014


14641 Comments


but its got that sweet drum solo!

russianbear28
August 2nd 2014


1 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

http://www.altpress.com/features/entry/closure_in_moscow_pink_lemonade_track_by_track

This is worth a read. It might change your perspective on the album

Koffiiing
August 2nd 2014


1243 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

youd
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stare

jtswope
August 4th 2014


2497 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This is addictive.

OmairSh
October 7th 2014


11924 Comments


That album cover and album title

00mee
October 28th 2014


217 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

anyone seen this live yet?

Seeing them next month

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
October 28th 2014


10383 Comments

Album Rating: 4.3 | Sound Off

tbh this seems like the kinda album that would suck live. even tho i love it.

it comes across as very constructed for studio purposes

00mee
December 4th 2014


217 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Well I Saw them a fortnight ago now.

To be honest they weren't great. I talked to the guitarist beforehand; it seems like they've been sucked of all energy and enthusiasm for music and they were kinda ... bored. Cinque still hilarious though.

Voltimand
December 5th 2014


99 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

That's really unusual cause they seemed to have tons of enthusiasm when making the album, going by the video updates they posted. Maybe they were just a little burned out?

They shared a facebook post a few weeks ago saying they're already planning album 3.

TheSupernatural
December 5th 2014


1293 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Yeah, pretty sure this is AOTY 2014. Not sure if it'd be any good live, but recorded, it's the best thing I've heard all year

Rowan5215
December 5th 2014


28916 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I saw them about two-three years back and they were fantastic, Cinque's energy is unbeatable



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