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Through The Windowpane [VINYL] [Box set]

Guillemots Vinyl
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)

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Guillemots are a BRIT Award nominated indie rock band formed in November 2004 by Fyfe Dangerfield. The band consists of 4 members: Fyfe Dangerfield, MC Lord Magrão, Aristazabal Hawkes & Greig Stewart. Although formed in Birmingham and now based in London, the band's members have been compiled from England, Scotland, Brazil and Canada.

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Product details

  • Vinyl (13 July 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Polydor Group
  • ASIN: B000GCF8UO
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 798,203 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Little Bear
2. Made-Up Lovesong #43
3. Trains To Brazil
4. Redwings
5. Come Away With Me
6. Through The Windowpane
Disc: 2
1. If The World Ends
2. We're Here
3. Blue Would Still Be Blue
4. Annie, Let's Not Wait
5. And If All...
6. Sao Paulo

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars fyugfugkkguhgkgkr87654774747 29 Jan 2008
By 77
Format:Audio CD
No, man, I shouldn't like this as much as I do. I know this. Yet, considering I've spent the last few years of my life rallying against Britain's acceptance of Hard-Fi and Razorlight as the voice of my generation, I feel Guillemots were a dim light in the bleak, pitch black vacuum of modern not-actually-indie indie rock. This band, and this album, existed on the cusp of mainstream acceptance at the time of its release, and it should have been a revolution. All the stars were alligned; it was up for a Mercury Prize (but lost out to The Arctic Monkeys, 'cause, ya know, they needed more hype...), had the backing of the Pitchforkian forces that drive the minds of so many hipsters and, hell, this band even featured on some BBC2 program that was on after Paxman had finished bemoaning the recently-added weather section of his Newsnight show. My mind is blurred, but I believe these things happened at around the same time.

Guillemots should've been the band to break the country out of its wholesale love of the bland, mundane and uninspired. "...nothing on the radio that means that much to me"; really, Johnny Borrell, you odious twatrocker? I realise you've had Kirsten Dunst, but that doesn't give you the right to pen such hypocritical nonsense. You're part of the problem, Borrell, and you're the reason why Guillemots only slightly made it. At the very least, you owe Fyfe Dangerfield a pint, at the very best, well, how good is your knowledge when it comes to seppuku?

This should've worked. The glorious "Made Up Love Song #43" runs deep with pretentionless sentiment to what every songwriter wants to experience, if only to write a song about it. "Trains to Brazil" was, in the past, the future number one single.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Let it sweep you off your feet 9 Aug 2006
Format:Audio CD
There have been some really incredible albums released this year, just check the Mercury Awards list if you don't believe me, yet what is most impressive is the vast range of musical styles that have been on offer. Muse, Editors and Thom Yorke have all been favourites, as well as this wonderfull debut album from the multi-national Guillemots.

Although based in Birmingham, the band's members have been compiled from England, Scotland, Brazil and Canada. A most ecclectic mix you'll agree, and certainly a cosmopolitan blend that adds a rich variety to the songs. The thumping 'Trains To Brazil' is a personal favourite and benefits from a thunderous, driving tomm tomm rhythm and stacatto horn section that captures the capital's carnival spirit. The album's opener 'Little Bear' on the other hand recalls the sort of string arrangements and harmonic invention that made 'Day's Of Future Past' such a timeless classic, and that's what this album deserves to become; a classic.

You see, out of all the brilliant albums I mentioned above, Muse's bombastic and thrilling 'Black Holes and Revelations'; Editor's dark and brooding 'The Back Room'; Thom Yorke's troubled and claustrophobic 'The Eraser', 'Through The Windowpane' is the only album that can possibly be described as magical. The exstatic, shimmering and at times downright chaotic orchestral arangements, Fyfe Dangerfield's swooning, soaring vocals and of course the band, keeping at all together, cannot produce an album that is anything less than magical. It is an album to get lost in, an album that will sweep you off your feet. If only you'll let it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining, original and emotive 19 Dec 2008
Format:Audio CD
I first saw this group on a live music show called Later... With Jools Holland and was impressed enough with their songs and electric performance to want to buy their latest album and have enjoyed listening to it thoroughly ever since. This is a very sonically beautiful - yet quirky - album and reminds me of Mercury Rev and Flaming Lips, but not quite as alternative-sounding as those bands. It holds your interest well and is the work of people who are creating a work of art, not just a hit record. It introduces itself gently, Little Bear being silence softly punctuated with piano, understated strings and a near-operatic vocal, followed by the unpredictable and inventive Made-Up Lovesong #43. The upbeat Trains To Brazil comes next, a riotous jaunt complete with saxophones and a saw-like synth to further enchant your tapping toes.

London's Guillemots are a group who understand the importance of dynamics in music well and are a breath of fresh air in the soulless pop, mindless R & B and spiky-guitarred indie quagmire of the 2006 album charts. The beauty and swelling persuasion of Redwings, complete with muted horns, glockenspiel, strings and the mix of male & female lead vocals performed passionately make for a glorious, emotional listening experience. Come Away With Me is a sprawling electronic dreamy soundscape of a track which melts into the title track, Through The Windowpane, an organ-driven song with a moderately fast tempo and interesting use of instrumentation, both traditional and electronic, utilising some very interesting chords and mid-song key changes, reminding me slightly of the type of song Manchester's Doves excel at.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the all-time greatest albums
I got into this band by accident- hearing "She Needs Me" by Fyfe Dangerfield on the radio, and then getting all the Guillemots albums to date from there. Read more
Published 19 months ago by Gary Richardson
5.0 out of 5 stars I Must Be A Lover
I adore this album, it is on of my all time favourites and a Guillemots great. Of course all of their music is great but this... this is special. Read more
Published 22 months ago by Ms. Elspeth Griffin
4.0 out of 5 stars Some good, some bad
Typical Guillemots, some excellence, some mediocrity. There's some terrific tracks on here: Little Bear, Made-Up Lovesong #43, Sao Paulo. Read more
Published on 17 April 2012 by Dan
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant
Picks you up, builds to amazing musical peaks and then deposits you gently ready for the next track. Beatuiful, melodic, sweeping especially in the car late at night. Read more
Published on 12 Aug 2011 by the captain
5.0 out of 5 stars The Rabi Acrobat
As Little Bear kicks in you can feel the tears welling in your eyes as this simply beautiful and moving music composed and performed with your soul (and not your ears) in mind... Read more
Published on 27 Feb 2011 by The Rabi Acrobat
5.0 out of 5 stars Under the radar for too long.
I only discovered the Guillemots earlier this year, and had actually never heard of them previously. I now know what I was missing. Read more
Published on 12 Nov 2008 by Flickering Ember
5.0 out of 5 stars Give it time
This is a classic 'grower'. For those (like me) whose expectations were primed by the singles, it can take a bit of adjustment before the real beauty of this album starts to kick... Read more
Published on 11 July 2007 by Chuck E
5.0 out of 5 stars goes on getting better
Like all the best albums this one takes time to get to know and it has certainly grown on me over the last 3 months. Read more
Published on 21 Mar 2007 by C. Lines
2.0 out of 5 stars a bit of a letdown
I must admit,I am more than a little disappointed with this album. The first few records are fine,the opening trac,breathtaking even. Read more
Published on 10 Mar 2007 by S. WARBURTON
5.0 out of 5 stars On a par with excellence
I missed out on the Guillemots' beginnings back in 2005, having only discovered them around September 2006. I'm glad I did. The album has no 'filler' tracks. Read more
Published on 21 Feb 2007 by C. Haynes
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