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Puppet Loosely Strung

10 Mar 2014 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 10 Mar 2014
  • Label: FROM.OUR.OWN
  • Copyright: (C) 2013 FROM.OUR.OWN
  • Total Length: 45:56
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  • ASIN: B00HXPK49W
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,938 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By C. Brown on 19 Mar 2014
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...I really wanted to love the album.

From their origins, to the What's Happened to Soho EP I was hooked.

Fantastic live, and superb to listen to at home...until this unfortunately rather meagre offering.

I wonder if perhaps they burnt out live and just couldn't put the same passion into the CD.

All the songs have some promise, but most fail to deliver with rather dragged out, repetitive beats and the lack of passion which they have shown in all their releases to date.

Don't get me wrong, they're good, but they're already starting to sound like they've run out of steam. Well Measured Vice is a perfect example of a song which on its own might be good, were it not for that it just sounds far too much like a remash of their previous material.

I wonder if the production/mastering is what's lacking, it just needs something 'extra', to not sound quite as monotone. I'd love to see a remix of the album!

Anyhow, I'll quit with the ranting. Buy the album, it's worth a shot and I'll keep on listening, but don't judge the band by this album alone, not yet at least!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Hare Tuhday on 8 April 2014
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I felt a little deflated after listening to this album the first time. Having been one of the many thousands that heard them unintentionally because they were going to be at one of the many festivals they've played over the last few years and had a blooming brilliant time, I had different expectations.

Expectations be damned.

What you have here is less than the slick stylish sliding into shot sipping from a 'Tom Collins' with storytelling that makes you want to be their friend. This isn't life-style porn. This isn't thirty to thirty-five minutes of escapism drunk in a field.

What you have here is a quirky and - dare I say it - slightly hipster puppet show. A puppet show by two talented London based guys. It's actually quite good! It isn't brilliant though, they've backed themselves into a corner by only being a duo and sonically seem to have made choices that have further limited them. For instance they seem to have decided to limit their drum tone to a VERY midi-sounding kit. Midi for my (and strangely, presumably, their) generation is not cool. They've also limited their core tone to a very midi sounding Rhodes keyboard. Another bizarre choice. Finally, what's with the cavernous reverb? Wierd. Don't like it. Why stick in string passages and horns when you go and drown it all in reverb...!? There's no immediacy when you feel like you're dancing alone in a huge concert hall! The mix sounds a little. Off. When you listen to something and repeatedly think 'I'd have done that differently' it can be a bit. Off.

But actually, this is really good - it sounds like it needs a little less over-thinking and an injection of new inspiration. It does occasionally sound a bit tired - a bit exhausted actually occasionally.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JR on 26 Mar 2014
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Electro-swing, dub, techno... how on Earth do you classify The Correspondents?
Here is the their long awaited debut album from DJ Chuckles and frontman Mr Bruce, who resembles a 1920s version of The Joker and can spit out lyrics like machine gun fire. The album is a strong, but flawed debut.
The highlights are:
"Fear And Delight" the album kicks into life. Stunning song, ever shifting and ultra dynamic, very exciting stuff. "Give You Better" suffers from an uninspiring start but when the chorus comes around it kicks into gear with giddy childlike fervour. "Devil's Lighthouse", like "Give You Better", it has a slow start but lighting the fuse with great synth blasts with the occasional burst of Mr Bruce's splenetic delivery. A shifting song with plenty to enjoy. "The Last Time" is REALLY good! A very interesting piece of music with a sample that I love but can't place what it is. This has a joyous euphoria and puts a smile on my face. A highlight of the album. Title track "Puppet Loosely Strung" exudes class, authority and style, using it's slower tempo to great effect.
The middling tracks are:
"Well Measured Vice" and "Back Again" are both solid. "Alarm Call" is interesting but the lyrics are a bit uninspiring. "Some Nights" is a stylish but low key end to the album.
The weaker elements are:
The opener "What Did I Do?" is an annoyingly slow opener. "Kind Of Love" is kind of bland. "In The Meantime" is a throwaway that could have been left off the album.
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