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Dallas Green - lead singer of acclaimed band Alexisonfire - has announced that he will be releasing his 3rd solo album as a singer-songwriter under the moniker CITY AND COLOUR on Vagrant Records / Dine Alone Records. The album titled Little Hell is scheduled for release in June 2011 and is the highly-anticipated follow-up to the 2008’s Bring Me Your Love, which was certified platinum in ... Read more in Amazon's City and Colour Store

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  • Vinyl (18 Oct. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B004ZMXHZO
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 78,003 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ScreechingColin on 7 Jun. 2011
Format: Audio CD
Dallas Green returns with his 3rd album from City and Colour. The album is a lot different from his previous albums Sometimes and Bring Me Your Love but still equally just as heart-felt and awesome!

Little Hell has all the great characteristics of the last two City and Colour albums and still brings a new sound aswell.

Fragile Bird, the single taken from the album, is a more soft electric based song that usual City and Colour straight acoustic songs but is in no way a weak song. This song has heart with a catchy beat throughout it aswell as Dallas's outstanding Lyrics and Vocals.

In my opinion the whole album is a great progression to an already great band's catalogue.

Songs to especially look out for are O Sister, Silver and Gold and Northern Wind.

If you listen to City and Colour already this is a must and if you haven't heard them before I'd say give it a listen. It's amazing how much you can fall in love with Dallas's music.

This is the first review I have ever written on Amazon.co.uk but I enjoyed them album so much thought I'd big it up a bit.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Red on Black TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 4 Aug. 2011
Format: Audio CD
Dallas Green continues on his new album "Little Hell" to emphasise the "Yin and Yang" between his solo work with its huge debt to fellow Canadian Neil Young quieter moments and that of his often ferociously noisy post hardcore band Alexisonfire. This is the third album Green has released under the "City and Colour" moniker and it allows him to draw out those moments in Alexisonfire songs like "Born and Raised" where his genuinely melodic vocals act as a counterpoint to George Petits "raw shouty" approach. It increasingly begs the question whether Green is doing an "Elliot Smith"? You will recall that the later was one of the mainstays of the band Heatmiser when his own more important, if brief, solo career took off. Alexisonfire are a good band even though they do often sound a tad "nu metal" but Dallas Green seems to be transcending the group and "Little Hell" is his finest work to date.

Green's pop sensibilities are all over this album kicking off with the lovely countryish ballad "We found each other in the dark" which is about as far from Alexisonfire music as it can be. On the second track "Natural disaster" the debt is to singers like Andrew Bird is clear with a nice acoustics combining alongside a deceptively simple melody which grows upon each listen. The song "Fragile Bird" is a true standout and check out the music blogs and you will find that it has been remixed in a variety of styles including dubstep and is a fine piece of songwriting This reviewers favourite is the double pairing of the plaintive "Northern Wind" with the equally dark "Oh sister" where Green is able to demonstrate his great singing voice and a growing maturity in songwriting.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P. Umhauer on 2 Nov. 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This album is a real treasure ! Beautiful lyrics. The voice of Dallas Green (aka City & Colour)is "insane". Moreover this canadian guitarist-singer is only 31 ! Far from his Alexisionfire style. A melodic line escaped straight from heaven - acoustic guitar and voice -. To tell u the truth, since I got the cd I just can't stop listening to it -over and over- ! 3rd album - gotta check the previous ones - !
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By Cal on 17 July 2011
Format: Audio CD
Been a massive fan of Dallas green since hearing of Alexisonfire, to which his voice over the years has become a massive part of their songs, and due to this appears to have improved vocally.
Heard some of Mr Greens's earlier songs which I thought were going to be one offs but were brilliant to listen to. I was happy to find out he was bringing an album out. Little Hell, I think is his third album which I must admitt is awesome, I didn't think Id like it as I preferred his very earlier stuff with out a backing band, not to say his second album wasn't good, but this album has massively grown on me, I love all the songs on this album, again there is some slow songs which are quiet and emotional but he has incorporated some rock acoustic and also some upbeat songs to this album. I actually cant stop listening to it, it isn't one of those an album that you listen to a few times and start to tire of and its definately an album for all events/occasions especially being played during the summery weather.
I've seen him live to which he played a few of his new songs which were amazing!! this led me to get the album when it was released, If you aint seen City and colour live its worth it!!!! and if you think the songs on his CD are amazing there definately better live which is hard to accomplish when the CD is so good. Great album!!!! if your not an acoustic fan its worth a try!!!
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By Joe Taylor on 29 Aug. 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
had the CD since it came out but thought i would write a review now

one of my friends (a fan of the first 2 albums) said it was too much of a change for him.

i disagree i love the first 2 studio albums and the live album but this in just one more dimension that Dallas can create and achieve.

from the first to the last second there are no weak songs or any reason not to have it on repeat for days!!!

i can just listen to it on a good music system (Bose) and do nothing
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