The Hold Steady   Teeth Dreams
Release Date: 03/2014

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4.0 excellentMagmaWalrus | March 25th 14

The songs are some of the best and most consistent the band has done since BAGIA, but the production really doesn't suit them

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4.0 excellentABjordanMM | March 22nd 14

First listen: Ehh their quality really took a hit after the piano player quit : ( I like the closer and the singles. 3.2

Second listen: wow i'm dumb. enjoying this quite a bit more. How dare i doubt craig. 3.9

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4.5 superbAndrew Walker | March 27th 14

After Franz Nicolay left the band, the Hold Steady tripped up a bit. Despite it holding their best song (Hurricane J), Heaven is Whenever seemed to fall a bit flat. However, they have finally found their footing. Teeth Dreams is a step in a different direction, but it's a step in a good direction.r


4.5 superbCrashingbeaker | March 23rd 14

My experience The Hold Steady began with Heaven is Whenever. I thought it was solid debut
album, and then I realized it wasn't a debut album. First thing I should share in regards
to this album, is the fact that I listened to it through headphones. Best decision I ever
made. I feel like every song on this album is hit worthy, the only exception being Oaks, and
that is entirely due to the almost 9 minute run time, but worth every minute you spend
listening to it. The guitars are layered with perfection, and it's so much more evident
with headphones. The songs all still sound like stories coming to life, because the lyrics,
like previous efforts, contains so much detail. I don't want to skip any songs. It's one
of those albums, to me, that is like an experience. Like sitting down and putting on a
record, not as background music to a busy life, but music worth putting a busy life on hold.
While I feel as though Heaven is Whenever had some great songs, this is a great album.
People may not agree with me, but put on a pair of headphones, sit back, shut down and then
see what you think about it.


3.0 goodNick Porcaro | March 19th 14

A solid release from a band capable of much, much more. "Spinners", "The Only Thing" and "On With the
Business" are the highlights. Also, Craig Finn is the last vocalist on Earth whose voice should be slathered in
reverb and echo effects. "Oaks" did not need to be nine fucking minutes long.


3.0 goodRyan Fitz | January 23rd 15
4.0 excellentCopper | December 27th 14
3.0 goodwindmill | December 8th 14
3.5 greatEmailAccounts | October 21st 14
3.5 greatConor | September 14th 14
4.0 excellentFeedingNetherlands | August 11th 14
3.0 goodTom | August 9th 14
2.5 averageVegeta of Nazareth | July 22nd 14
3.0 goodAdamMontanari | July 22nd 14
4.0 excellentKerbstomp | July 10th 14
4.5 superbZois | May 22nd 14
3.5 greatRashandarei | May 16th 14
3.0 goodKerim (I like rating things 4) | May 6th 14
4.0 excellentOlivier De Clercq | May 2nd 14
3.5 greatweflyatnight | April 28th 14
3.0 good7OPHER | April 27th 14
3.5 greatInveigh | April 25th 14
3.5 greatfrogenhauser | April 13th 14
4.0 excellentNoSons | April 9th 14
3.5 greatMike Allen | April 6th 14
5.0 classicbraveasanoun | April 4th 14
3.5 greatPeyoteCoyote | April 3rd 14
3.5 greattom79 | April 3rd 14
3.5 greatSatellite | April 1st 14
3.5 greatot63 | March 31st 14
3.0 goodAngryJohnny | March 31st 14
4.0 excellentBigHans | March 29th 14
3.0 goodRudy K. STAFF | March 28th 14
4.0 excellentghost rider | March 28th 14
3.5 greatprotonjon | March 27th 14
3.0 goodOtto Rasanen | March 27th 14
4.0 excellentChris Gibbons | March 26th 14
3.0 gooddave the loser | March 26th 14
2.0 poorsin69 | March 26th 14
3.5 greatJoe Harman | March 25th 14
3.5 greatTravis Marmon | March 25th 14
4.0 excellentJosh Fountain | March 25th 14
4.0 excellentskoopy48 | March 20th 14
4.0 excellent[Report this a new Trebor17 my It's.... diffe12.06.12 "wha | March 20th 14
3.0 goodBeauers | March 18th 14

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