Eko
David Shephard
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Last Active 01-30-13 6:03 pm
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03.22.14 100 Songs11.26.13 Decade So Far
10.27.13 St. Louis Sputnikers?03.12.13 500 Ratings // Top 50 Lps
12.09.12 2012 Memories: A Mixtape08.30.12 50k Last.fm Plays
06.20.12 Eko's Quarter Decade06.18.12 Songs Of The Quarter Decade
06.02.12 London Is Great.05.21.12 Eko Goes To England
05.13.12 2nd Sputniversary04.26.12 Jordan Dreyer Solo Album
04.18.12 Are These Bands Good?03.19.12 Amoeba Music Store
03.10.12 RateYourMusic.com02.03.12 Favorite Moments In Music
01.02.12 Eko's '11: Lps12.22.11 Eko's '11: Eps
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Mewithoutyou Ranked

at one time or another all four of these have been my favorite mwY album. you will all probably disagree with my ranking.
4mewithoutYou
It's all crazy! It's all false! It's all


I'm not one of those "It's all crazy!" haters by any means, but this is their weakest album. But not by much, and it's not enough of a decline to be truly a disappointment.
3mewithoutYou
Brother, Sister


Only 3rd?! Brother, Sister is easily mwY's best lyrical album and it comes together as a package wonderfully, but the middle part of the album musically is just slightly lacking. It lacks the intensity that mwY thrives upon. The meandering middle section prevents it from being 1 or 2.
2mewithoutYou
Catch For Us The Foxes


The only reason this doesn't come in as number 1 is that it fails to really come together well as an album and instead feels like just a collection of songs. Really awesome songs, that is. Such and album of "moments."
1mewithoutYou
A to B: Life


I feel a bit odd calling this their best, but it doesn't really have any flaws. It's one of the most emotionally charged albums I've ever heard, and it is certainly mewithoutYou's most emotional. The variety of influences make this such a unique album. Highly recommended for a break-up, and the acoustic track at the end of The Cure For Pain is not to be missed.
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