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YouAreMySilence
October 16th 2009


3726 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

never listened to matthew good.


you should probably get on that.

Athom
Emeritus
October 16th 2009


17242 Comments


maybe after I'm done with Disfear.

YouAreMySilence
October 16th 2009


3726 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

Disfear?

Douglas
October 21st 2009


9297 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Gets .5 more Brandon, though I am going to struggle to give it any more!

YouAreMySilence
October 23rd 2009


3726 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

I noticed, and I don't care what it takes, maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow but soon, you will find this to be a masterpiece! haha.

TheGreatD17
October 24th 2009


1141 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

The nitpicker inside me is annoyed that this he doesn't have his own separate page for his solo albums. Anyway, this is either a 3.5 or a 4, just like seemingly every other album I've listened to this year. I love the first half, but the second not as much.

YouAreMySilence
October 25th 2009


3726 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

Agree with the seperate page.

And idk, Empty's Theme Park is starting to be my favorite song from this.

DiceMan
December 3rd 2009


7067 Comments


Nice review. This sounds really good I suppose I'll have to pick it up next time I'm going on an album downloading binge.

YouAreMySilence
January 14th 2010


3726 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

So Good said his favorite album of the decade was The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place.. js.

tcat84
January 25th 2010


1301 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I disagree about this being his magnum opus, I have been a fan since his second album came out, well when he was in Matthew Good Band. This was his best work since Avalanche but not better than that album or anything before it.



It is not very similar to Beautiful Midnight by the way, that was their best Album. More rocky than he is now, not that theres anything wrong with that, Matt good has been through a lot since then and now his stuff is just him and no band to collaberate with but at the same time still sounds like it came from the same source.

YouAreMySilence
February 6th 2010


3726 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

Umm I would have to disagree, though I am much more of a fan of his solo material than with MGB, not to say that stuff was also incredible though.



I think if I had to pick one song that explained me right now it would be On Nights Like Tonight.

This has not woren off on me at all.

Schizophrenik
January 5th 2011


848 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

It's been long overdue but I finally listened to this. Nights Like Tonight is amazing

Banion
September 7th 2013


633 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Man I love this album.

bloc
November 7th 2016


63457 Comments


This is pretty damn good. The only solo album I've liked since Avalanche.

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Observer
Emeritus
July 29th 2020


8557 Comments

Album Rating: 4.4

Empty Theme Park is a beaut

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hel9000
Contributing Reviewer
July 29th 2020


739 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

great album. always loved Silent Army and Vancouver National Anthem.

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Observer
Emeritus
July 29th 2020


8557 Comments

Album Rating: 4.4

Percussion on Silent Army reminds me of that in While We Were Hunting Rabbits

hel9000
Contributing Reviewer
July 29th 2020


739 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

never really made that connection before but i can totally see it.

Observer
Emeritus
July 29th 2020


8557 Comments

Album Rating: 4.4

Yeah, I noticed it while I was out running the neighborhood and listening to the album this morning, both of the songs seem to be played on a similar production setting drum-wise... kind of like a big, cinematic full-band/orchestra sound to them.



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