Passenger (UK) Whispers
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Rowan5215
Contributing Reviewer
June 7th 2014


34750 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

You love my hyperbole

Digging: Andy Hull - Swiss Army Man OST

Green Baron
June 7th 2014


22312 Comments


I liked Let Her Go before I heard it 34/7

Rowan5215
Contributing Reviewer
June 7th 2014


34750 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yeah agreed when I heard it on the album I was like yeah sweet then excessive airplay ruined it hard

Check the rest of that album though its 5x better

tommygun
June 7th 2014


26247 Comments


only scanned cos sputphone and the word 'genius' jumped out at me :D

will give er a proper read/critique when back on laptop

Rowan5215
Contributing Reviewer
June 7th 2014


34750 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Oh well I went a lot further in that later in the review heh

tommygun
June 7th 2014


26247 Comments


dam hope this dude gives you the occasional reacharound

Rowan5215
Contributing Reviewer
June 7th 2014


34750 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

His lyrics alone give me a fancy dinner, movie and a date

Green Baron
June 7th 2014


22312 Comments


alrighty

tommygun
June 7th 2014


26247 Comments


yea nice one

theamazingjamez
June 13th 2014


35 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Good number of standout tracks, but overall I enjoyed Little Lights more. Good album, great review, though.

ProjectFreak
June 24th 2014


1756 Comments


Thank you for referencing Passenger's old stuff. Ever since I heard "Night Vision Binoculars" I wondered why they didn't get more attention...and here he goes doing the solo act thing and getting praised for a much worse song in Let Her Go. But dang you sold me on this, even if I think the lyrics to Scare Away the Dark look awfully cheesy. Looks like he hasn't lost all his old magic. I'll be spinning this soon. Pos.



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