brace for shit
After the abysmal disappointment that was the last album and its unnecessary "recalibration", I don't think I can muster the energy or will to be excited about this.
will suck, first 2 albums will continue to be good, band is pulling a Weezer hard
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Wow, not even the whole Rob Graves returning is giving anyone hope for this :P
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@titan Yet again! Hahahaha!
shinest part of you left nut? no thanks.
I'd rather wait and see. I'm more of the patient type.
Band is fine,I&I was excellent but last album blew the shitter though
Wonder if the new album cover will be red
Well the last one was blue but then they recalibrated it to be red so yeah it probably will be a red cover
Given how much I hate Release the Panic, I can't *wait* to hear the songs that didn't even make the cut for it.
Why in the fuck is everyone hating on this? Rob Graves is back (STRINGS), and the drummer from Love and Death?! Holy
crap. I suggest those who don't know of the band take a listen before commenting. L&D is a great band. Plus their eagerness
to get back to the studio just shows they realize they made a mistake with RTP and are anxious to correct it. I think this will be
awesome, since they're actually listening to their fan's feedback.
Alter, because Rob Graves and the strings were brought back for Release the Panic: Recalibrated and it was the result was still terrible.
Probably because they did the string parts afterwards, now they can make songs where the strings will really fit in
Really excited for album #5. They were looking for themselves on RTP and it seems they're piecing
themselves back for this record.
So yoooooou caaan make me whoooole
First three albums.
@fti hahaha, damn should've left well enough alone XD
I was sure Snide would have posted this news lol
I think we're getting off topic.
There are strings to be discussed.
ugh, for crying out loud, this is why I hated Recalibrated so fucking much.
I'm waiting to actually listen to it before I can judge it. I'm interested in what they have to offer (besides the fucking strings) in this new album.
Is anything after the first two worth listening to? Scores and general opinion indicate no.
See, that's where I disagree and say that the first three are worth your time.
None are worth your time but if you enjoyed wasting time on 1 and 2 you might as well try the rest.
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What a buzzkill.
Innoncence and Instinct is their best album. There really are no dull songs in it imo.
I wasn't a big fan of "Never Be The Same" and the "Shadows" song they did with Benjamin Burnley. I also think they should have replaced "Death of Me" with "Overtake You" from the deluxe edition.
But yes, I think it was a terrific album, nevertheless.
Overtake You was really the only song I couldn't really get into that much honestly. Every other song I really enjoyed.
"Overtake You" is one of my favorite songs on that album.
It's good, but it doesn't really match up well with the other songs honestly.
Third albums actually my favorite all the way through with exception of Not Alone. The last album was a step back but still better then the (second half) of their first album IMO
I actually thought RTP was a step forward for them, but it still isn't as good as EOS or I&I. UWHF is their worst but it's still enjoyable.