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The Pride CD


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  • Audio CD (20 Feb 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Graphite
  • ASIN: B006IOJQY8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 79,622 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Product Description

The Pride is the fifth studio album from Essex alternative-metallers InMe. and is the first full length album of new material to feature lead guitarist Gazz Marlow. The album takes a more song-based approach than the previous technical metal style of previous album Herald Moth (2009).

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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Gjk Mcdowall on 22 Feb 2012
Format: Audio CD
There are so many bands out there, especially in America, that sell out stadiums and have huge record deals but their music is dull, rigid and every album sounds the same. Lets be honest the British music scene is a mess with X factor and pop music reducing the UK Top 40 to something that might only appeal to under 10's. There are a number of exceptionally hard working British rock bands that are consistently brilliant musically and deserve the success of their middle of the road American Counterparts. The Wildhearts, Funeral for a Friend and InMe fall into this category. The last four studio albums by InMe have been an absolute joy so you are always nervous that when a new album appears a band will try something different even though they don't need to. I am pleased to say that "The Pride" is another sterling effort by the boys in InMe. Superb tunes all the way through with Dave's unique singing style shining through. Again Monster guitar riffs and roaring lyrics, coupled with softer moments and intricate melodies make this album a must for any InMe fan or any one who has become disillusioned with the British rock scene. InMe are up there with the Foo Fighters but unfortunately they will never get the rewards that bands like the Foo's have reaped because they are stuck in a country that throws money and fame at awful popular music. Keep up the great work guys. I am 34 now and have followed you since Overgrown Eden and still will when I am picking up my massively cut government pension.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. J. M. Foster on 22 Feb 2012
Format: Audio CD
This album is just amazing, the riffs are entrancing, Dave's voice is melodic and emotive, haunting even. Each song tells a story, this album is like a mosaic of their previous albums, taking something from each and improving on it over and over, and adding another dimension too. The artwork concept is well thought out and is beautiful. No excuse for InMe fans not to buy this, and an absolute must for everyone else.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By david on 22 Feb 2012
Format: Audio CD
INCREDIBLE addition to this band's existing discography, the DVD is very cool too. I got this through PledgeMusic - but I will probably be buying more copies through Amazon for others. Would recommend to fans of Fightstar, Biffy Clyro, Exit Ten, Brigade and We Are The Ocean. Buy this album to help the band - they are VERY hard working and deserve every success. Also great to see live if you get the chance!
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By Natasha on 17 Jan 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Arrived early in great condition.
Great album and awesome art work on cover.

Recommend to anyone and everyone, especially InMe fans!!
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By Jenick on 21 Sep 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
If you like InMe just buy this album. It will be everything you want from the band. They do change quite a lot from album to album but only in good ways.
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By J. Clarke on 19 April 2012
Format: Audio CD
After an impressive fourth album, InMe have managed to get back into the studio with only the backing of a small label and contributions from the loyalest of fans, to record what the band are calling, "The album of our lives". Now with new guitarist Gary Marlow, InMe could be expected to change slightly, but not as you might expect, with all the experience already gain from frontman Dave McPherson and drummer Simon Taylor, who have been with the band from day one when they were barely out of their teens. Sad to say that the success of InMe has fallen drastically - not due to poorly received albums or a lack of publicity but rather a lack of it. So its not at all surprising that 'The Pride's release was just as quiet as the last two albums, with only a cult following in the low thousands pledging their unconditional support.

The first track 'Reverie Shores' sees the band set things straight, 1. that they can still write a quality song as memorable as their best selling single almost ten years ago and 2. that they have become far superior musicians technically. The intro notes are reminiscent of Herald Moth's 'Belief revival', but with a darker, stronger punch. Verses hit like melancholy waves and get interrupted by fast choppy harmonics and a resolute chorus line of "He used to feel invincible, but now he doesn't feel at all" all backed up by brother and bassist Greg McPherson. The lyrics get as imaginative as Overgrown Eden's, mentioning 'petroleum rivers' and 'the labyrinth of the reverie shore' just before an insane guitar solo. Better than any of the countless solos on the past albums, its faster, more technical and makes the song just that extra bit special - its a fitting return of a much loved band - and the best song on the album, out of the way.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By yvo on 25 Feb 2012
Format: MP3 Download
This must be one of the most hard working bands in the UK, and also one of the most underrated, which is an atrocity of huge proportions. Stop judging them on songs you may remember from 10 years back and rediscover the enigma that is the InMe of today. Prepare to be astounded and amazed, go on be brave - rediscover music as it should be, rediscover InMe. Recommended to anyone who appreciates REAL music. Buy this album, you will not be disappointed. Enjoy people!!
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Simply put this album and white butterfly are the best albums by inme
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