Redneck Manifesto I Am Brazil
4.1 Release Date: 2004
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4.5 superbLordCrumpit | July 17th 14

This album does everything it's trying to do and then some. So many interesting changes and
patterns, but it's never too much to wrap your head around. It never finds itself dragging
like some post-rock albums sometimes can, but still always manages to give you enough so you
don't feel lost in all the changes which end up flowing together almost seamlessly. The
guitarists play together and compliment one another amazingly, the bass grooves nicely and
the rhythm section is tight. This album is a fantastic mathy post-rock album, a must listen!

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4.0 excellentAaron LaClair | March 17th 13

Some excellent math/post rock. Really fun and void of any dull moments.

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4.0 excellentDrSelker | July 14th 14
4.0 excellentzundza | December 15th 13
4.5 superbeloimayano | August 15th 13
4.0 excellentXingKing | July 7th 13
4.0 excellentFloydPepper | May 15th 12
4.5 superbClancyboy | December 10th 11
4.5 superbColliiiin | October 3rd 11
4.0 excellenttrotskyicepick | September 30th 11
3.5 greatmatp662 | May 3rd 11
4.0 excellentVenusInFlares93 | January 3rd 11
4.0 excellentaudiosmurf | November 5th 10
5.0 classicwolfninjakpjoker | May 21st 10
4.0 excellenthop1hop2 | April 13th 10
4.5 superbn3cr0ph4g1st | April 7th 10
3.5 greatJames | March 27th 10
5.0 classicPontif | February 19th 10
3.5 great AC/DC-esque style riffs | February 3rd 10
3.5 greatfeav233 | September 17th 09
4.0 excellentCatchthe22 | September 11th 07

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