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botb
September 26th 2011


11614 Comments


i can see me 5ing this in time, the lyrics are even better than somewhere.

Eighty8Percent
September 26th 2011


15 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

4.5 if a few songs were cut. Anyone else feel like it was too long?

laughriot
September 26th 2011


26 Comments


This sounds like junk from the comments but I guess I'll check it out. Now raise my objectivity score, SM.

patrickfannon
September 26th 2011


892 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

Yeah, Eighty8, I'm with you on the length issue. For some reason it just feels cumbersome to get through this entire record in one sitting. Also, Somwhere At The Bottom... is a goddamn masterpiece. This is an incredible album for a post-hardcore band, but not for La Dispute, in my opinon. Having been taken completely by surprise by the sheer energy of Somehwere At The Bottom..., I expected the follow up to take hold of me and shake me by the lapels, but Wildlife seems content to gently straighten up my necktie from time to time.

fuckthatnoise
September 26th 2011


1479 Comments


Right now this, Grace for Drowning, and Bon Iver, Bon Iver make up my top 3 of this year. In no particular order.

Narshh
September 26th 2011


1193 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

The guitar/beat in the beginning of Safer in the Forest just makes me want to nod my head in appreciation the whole time..which no other LD song has ever made me do. Its always been insane anger, overwhelming happiness, or quite depression lol. Because of the instrumentation in Safer... that just loops the whole time till like the last minute, im just like nodding my head and smiling like a retard

tapitforever
September 26th 2011


1243 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

king park is so fucking FUCKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

whywontyoudie
September 26th 2011


3065 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

The whole "Can I still get into heaven if I kill myself?" part sounded like it was going to be absolutely ridiculous before I had heard the song, but in context it's so perfectly fitting. Much better than Somewhere At the Bottom...

Rev
September 26th 2011


9819 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

does anyone else agree that this is boring as fuck?

psykonaut
September 26th 2011


3913 Comments


downer is the shepherd and we are but his flock

Rev
September 26th 2011


9819 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

baaah

Joshgasm
September 26th 2011


86 Comments


Hi, Chan.

MaxKaska
September 26th 2011


32 Comments


I loved Somewhere a little more than you did, but I agree with all your points and think Wildlife is a better album. I love it and I think they're really pushing the genre into some interesting places.

iFghtffyrdmns
September 26th 2011


7047 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

No Rev go away

AbyssalCreation
September 26th 2011


2064 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This is really good, I think I may like it more than Somewhere...

eternium
September 26th 2011


16354 Comments


This doesn't exactly keep my attention but maybe it'll grow on me. It's still really good.

Rev
September 26th 2011


9819 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

No Rev go away







...okay





=(

tkxxx7
September 26th 2011


6168 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5



i need downer to rate this so i know if to listen




this would be funny if it weren't true and if you didn't say something similar all the fucking time

AtavanHalen
September 26th 2011


17920 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

was really hoping that was sarcasm actually

rokknroll4
September 26th 2011


165 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

The "Can I still get into heaven if I kill myself?" part would be completely ridiculous if he didn't

follow it with "If I turn it on me, if I even it out, can I still get in or will they send me to

hell?". That line makes the song for me.



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