The Strokes Album Stream
2013-03-20 by Nathan Taft | 18 Comments

The Strokes are streaming their new album Comedown Machine, in advance of its March 26th release.


http://pitchfork.com/advance/48-comedown-machine/

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SabertoothMonocle
March 20th 2013

493 Comments


coughKVELERTAKcough

or

coughWAVVEScough

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
March 20th 2013

49756 Comments


Yeah there are like 10 better albums streaming right now

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Willie
Moderator
March 20th 2013

15875 Comments


Then make a news article about it.

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BigPleb
March 20th 2013

33874 Comments


Rlz hard, fuck the hate hard

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MarkTheDead
March 20th 2013

643 Comments


Album is... meh.

DallyLama
March 20th 2013

1064 Comments


who fucking cares about them anymore
they took a nose dive after room on fire

CrownOfMagnets
March 20th 2013

2231 Comments


I thought their last album was great but this is lame sauce

Ire
March 20th 2013

41746 Comments


Then make a news article about it.


: )

NapalmCrusader
March 20th 2013

1737 Comments


Is ok, their other works are better and there are better albums right now

Green Baron
March 20th 2013

17698 Comments


who fucking cares about them anymore
they took a nose dive after room on fire


First Impressions of Earth was pretty good.
Gave us a better YOLO song than Drake.


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themainmast
March 20th 2013

243 Comments


wow. this album is really disappointing. it sounds like the strokes trying to be the strokes. what happened to julian's sweet hooks?

clercqie
Contributing Reviewer
March 20th 2013

6319 Comments


Can't really be arsed to listen after the major fuck-up that was Angles. Maybe next week or so...

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Crawl
March 20th 2013

1539 Comments


I feel like the only one who actually likes this. ;.;

andreampuero
March 20th 2013

3 Comments


This is by far their most experimental release so far, I quite like that they are willing to try something different.

NickGrouwen
March 20th 2013

80 Comments


such lame production

bloc
March 20th 2013

34660 Comments


Angles ruled but this is eh

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newjunk2
March 20th 2013

230 Comments


"wow. this album is really disappointing. it sounds like the strokes trying to be the strokes. what happened to julian's sweet hooks?"

You obviously didn't listen to the album or just didn't put any thought into that statement. If anything it sounds like The Strokes trying not to sound like the Strokes. I'm not sure if that's a good thing or not, but as of right now I'm enjoying the album.

zied
March 21st 2013

3 Comments


this album is terrible



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