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|3.5 great||Britch2tiger | February 25th 16|
Certainly better than their Nada album. Some repetitive instrumentals however linger in this album as well, but at least this album gives a genuine feel as a dark (industrial element) yet dreamy (dream pop element) feel. Not much of an album w/ high repetitional (listening) value mainly due to the final (reprise 3-part) track. This album, however, still serves as an interesting progression in this band's sound. Definitely need to look further into some 80's to early 90s dream pop once I get over this apocalyptic folk interest.
|0.0 ||RYMsfullofscenesters | October 12th 13|
Nothing else like this. Ok, it's a bit Cocteau Twinsy with its swirling, smooth textures and big 80s drums, but with a raw, festively pagan atmosphere throughout. Some of the more experimental parts don't really pan out, but the fact they even tried gives the album a certain dimension it wouldn't otherwise have.
|4.0 excellent||Simon | November 22nd 15|
|3.5 great||Aion | March 6th 15|
|3.5 great||Sithese | December 31st 14|
|4.0 excellent||Ophion | August 8th 12|
|2.0 poor||stfrnz | August 17th 11|
|4.0 excellent||Mendigo | September 29th 10|
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