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Eclecticism has been a hallmark of Richard Patrick's career in Filter, and it's administered with crushing efficiency on The Trouble With Angels. Fans weaned on the industrial outbursts and corrosive beats of 1995's Short Bus and 1999's Title of Record will be ecstatic to hear Patrick s unmistakable scream and unflinching honesty dominating the new album.

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  • Audio CD (27 Sept. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Nuclear Blast
  • ASIN: B003XRZZFC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 157,337 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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titolo-the troubles with angelsartista-filter etichetta-nuclear blast-n. dischi1data-28 settembre 2010supporto-cd audiogenere-hard rock e metal------brani1.the inevitable relapse 2.drug boy 3.absentee father 4.no love 5.no re-entry 6.down with me 7.catch a falling knife 8.the trouble with angels 9.clouds 10.fades like a photograph 11.leaving without a note 12.drug boy

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chopper on 23 Sept. 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Released in August 2010, this is Filter's fifth studio release. In this instance Richard Patrick and his ever-revolving line-up have delivered a very tight, extremely polished ten track album which evokes memories of their first two albums but with plenty of modern, sleek electronics overlaid to produce a fresh sound.

As with their earlier works, the importance of a hook is not lost on the band and on this record they have them by the bucket-load, resulting in an album that is more memorable and engaging than "The Amalgamut" or even "Title of Record". The production here is also fantastic, play this through headphones and it sounds huge whilst instantly immersive.

Opening track "The Inevitable Relapse" features a punchy riff, slightly vocoded vocals and pile-driver drum work. "Drug Boy" combines another killer riff with a hooky, memorable chorus while "No Love" was always going to be an obvious choice for a single, with its layered production and a beautiful verse structure. "No Re-Entry" is a shimmering delight and the chorus to "Catch a Falling Knife" will lodge itself in your cortex for many weeks.

Unlike some of their previous work which occasionally failed to maintain standards to the very end, there is nothing in the way of filler here, stripped back to ten tracks everything offered here is definitely worth listening to. Filter have taken a forumla that worked and expanded upon it to leave them sounding more relevant than they have in many years. This would be a worthy addition to any collection.
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By ratmonkey on 23 May 2012
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Less polemic than the rather fine Anthems for the Damned and possibly better for it. This follows suit however as far as quality is concerned, being as good as the last 3 records prior, but similar to The Almalgamut in tone. There are just 10 good to excellent songs, no sub-dance/goth/industrial closing dirges and most tracks are pretty catchy.

Opener, 'The Inevitable Relapse' is hard to like at first as it's quite angry and pummeling, akin to their industrial roots, but it becomes quite a catchy, mantra-like tune in time. Still, it's not the best on offer here. 'Drug Boy' is one of the best. It's hard, heavy, dirty and quite beautiful and uplifting once the chorus is reached, soaring vocals and instruments used to great effect. 'Absentee Father' follows suit but to a slightly lesser effect. As does 'No Love' although that employs slightly more balladry, despite it rocking at a pace in places. 'No Re-Entry' is another belter. It's a ballad of sorts, dripping with melancholia and a near-perfect chorus.

'Down With Me' is a perfectly passable, if usual 'verse/chorus' track. The chorus however draws it above the ordinary and into the 'very good' category. 'Catch A Falling KNife' is ok, no cigar with yet another good chorus. The title track is as 'Down...' was in quality and effect. And 'Clouds' is much the same: not perfect but very well done. It's with the slightly less powerful (or less over-produced) version of 'Fades Like a Photograph' where the album returns to and finishes on a high. At first it pales in comparison to the version from the 2012 soundtrack but after a while the chorus becomes so contagiously beautiful that the 2 versions seem interchangeable. If you want a bit of oomph, try the 2012 edit. If you want a more reserved version, go with the album edit.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nad on 31 Oct. 2010
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Not the best Filter album but I love it.

I'm a massive fan of 'Short Bus' and 'Title of Record' and this album ticks all of the boxes for me.

Kinds loses it in places but the tracks I like are very good tracks!
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