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Cipieron
December 6th 2013


3508 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

5 duh

Emim
December 6th 2013


27546 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Not a five, but I can't believe I waited this long to listen to this.

Cipieron
December 6th 2013


3508 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

a five

OrangeBLOOD
December 7th 2013


120 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

fuck, i want these guys to come back so bad. i really was expecting them to start a musical revolution.



and ciperion, why dont you like Logan? I saw them live in 2011 when they had him on drums and he played everything exactly as it sounds on the album with no mistakes. they probably didnt let him play it any other way.

Cipieron
December 7th 2013


3508 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

every vid/recording of Logan i've heard he sounds kinda bad. especially on the Live @ The Machine Shop DVD. he just... doesn't have the groove that Brett did. He sounds really stilted. i guess it's hard to explain without going back and listening to it all again



it's just not Brett on drums. i mean, fuck if i wasn't glad that SOMEBODY stepped in after Brett, but... it's just not Brett on drums.

Drummerboy123
December 7th 2013


3024 Comments


I'd take the offer up and play every fuckin show for free if they offered me hahaha. Already know all there songs and Brett is a massive influence on my playing.

Now just send me to 'merica and it's all goooood.

Digging: Glassjaw - Material Control

Scoot
December 7th 2013


18782 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

are they done or

Gwyn.
December 7th 2013


17076 Comments


Apparently during a show the bass player had a print on his bass saying "R.I.P. FTM"


So probably lol

Cipieron
December 7th 2013


3508 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

to clarify, it was 10 Years bassist during one of their shows





but OOOH THE HUMANITY



miss my boys



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NightProwler
December 7th 2013


7005 Comments


Still need to check this out, long overdue. Fables from a Mayfly was really great

BigPleb
December 7th 2013


51637 Comments


Remember loving this when I jammed last year, gonna revisit.

Artuma
December 7th 2013


29185 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

@prowl, this is just as good, if not even better

NightProwler
December 7th 2013


7005 Comments


Sweet. I remember digging the hell out of their first record a few years ago, but got a little tired of it after a while. It was very instant, but did not have much replay value, IMO. Still a 4 though, when I finally get around to listen to it

Artuma
December 7th 2013


29185 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

i think it actually has a huge amount of replay value. the songs are catchy and memorable as hell

Cipieron
December 7th 2013


3508 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

there's something for everyone here



a little trash

a little prog

a whole lotta love

oresttt
December 7th 2013


1140 Comments


Agreed, fantastic record!

NightProwler
December 7th 2013


7005 Comments


Art: Only songs I revisit often off that album, is probably "Tall Tales Taste Like Sour Grapes" and "The Wife, the Kids and the White Picked Fence". But maybe I should just firstly revisit the debut, and then go on to trying this

Cip: Thrash? Sounds interesting

Cipieron
December 7th 2013


3508 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Whisky and Ritalin is the only song that trashes a little, but that's something eh

Artuma
December 7th 2013


29185 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

yea man, tall tales is prob my favorite off fables but dance of the manatee, kyla cries cologne and walls of jericho absolutely superb as well



as far as this album is concerned, the greener grass is easily the best song they have ever made and a song everyone should hear

OrangeBLOOD
December 7th 2013


120 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

AND EVERY SPRING I HEAR THEM SING I HEAR THEM SING



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