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Britt Daniel’s fingertips are all over this. not a bad thing, mind you
tom verlaine was as average as they come.
and they have yet to correct the mistake I pointed out
is this PE about anything at all?
So, yes, Burst Apart lacks the cohesiveness and clean, heartbreaking narrative of their first album,
no. it’s Deerhunter’s Sprawl II: the standout written by the backup singer-songwriter
I can see it now, the chorus. you’re talking 11th dimension.. Ize of the world.. I feel it.
I take offense, I’m actually italian unlike that poser :D
ok afterall I wasn’t even conceding differences of taste which i should. I’m just repeatedly underwhelmed and disappointed by these premature evaluations. the one for Lisbon I didn’t like, either. please concede this much though: Success is the best opening track since Airbag.
i can’t believe someone as worldly as an Arcade Fire member would say SPEAK AUSTRIAN! aren’t they supposed to be canadian or something?
ir just bothers me that just so you can be the first one to post an evaluation of a record you don’t put any effort whatsoever in understanding it. and you’ll say “this is not a review, it’s a premature evaluation” fuck that, you had time to listen to it four or five times which you obviously didn’t.
whoever posted this review probably listened to the record half a time. this record, more than any other Interpol made (yeah, even TOBL) needs time to get under your skin. yeah, the guitars dont play riffs as much as create texture. that’s kind of the point. interpol have never made something so ominous and cohesive. they have never mastered space so much. everything else they’ve done sounds sloppy (if still brilliant) compared to this record.