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Forever cascading forward in a positive direction, gleefully instinctive, No Age erupt out of your speakers, blasting away the clouds above the smoggy cityscape to reveal a solar flaring sun. With an ecstatic force bubbling around and beyond their music, they release contagious energy like they’re main-lining a field full of whirring wind turbines, while tuned into an ancient celestial ... Read more in Amazon's No Age Store

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  • Audio CD (19 Jan 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Fatcat Records
  • ASIN: B000OPP7WM
  • Other Editions: Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 204,639 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Every Artist Needs a Tragedy
2. Boy Void
3. I Wanna Sleep
4. My Life's Alright Without You
5. Everybody's Down
6. Sun Spots
7. Loosen This Job
8. Neck Escaper
9. Dead Plane
10. Semi-Sorted
11. Escarpment

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By ben sharpe on 1 July 2007
Format: Audio CD
A compilation of the highlights of the first five releases from LA duo No Age that were interestingly simultaneously released in the same day by five different underground indie labels (UTR, Deleted Art, Teardrops, Youth Attack & PPM) available on CD for the first time. They are a funny bunch, choosing to mix and match, cut and paste and generally make up their own rules. Opening track Every Artist Needs A Tragedy finally emerges into song after 3 minutes if interference and noise, like a tuner finally coming into an area of reception, My Life's Alright With You & Dead Plane follow the same formula with the former coming in and out like switching between programmes. When they do finally explode into song, especially on Boy Void, perhaps the most straightforward, obvious and my favourite they plough a similar furrow to noise pop experts such as Numbers and Erase Errata yet with less squeal and maybe a touch of Pavement at their most raucous or at times Elfpower such as in Everybody's Down and the lo-fi My Life's Alright Without You. On semi-sorted there's hints a Black Dice, on Sun Spots, Bracken like collages.

No Age are also heavily into the LA art scene and seriously worthy of your attention.
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firstly, even though really this is a compilation of stuff off different releases (see previous review), to me its still a amazing album in its own right.
i already knew a couple of tracks when i got this, "neck escaper" and "everybodys down" and so those shone through straight away, but the more i listen, the more pop treasures i uncover.
perhaps its in their striped down simplicity, or in the fuzz and distortion that covers them, and the abstract guitar and noise waves that surround them which means the tunes and hooks dont instantly stand out but its THROUGH this that they make their impact.
there are shout along choruses waiting to burst out and when they make contact with someone whos waiting too, thats it! if emo wasnt what it is, it could be this.
theres lots to say about this album but the beauty is in finding it out for yourself.
hope you like it if you do buy it!
lastly, if you have it and do like it, try "smash your head on the punk rock" by Sebadoh, "introduce yourself" by faith no more, "ive visited the island of jocks and jazz" by hospitals, of course ariel pink, times new viking, sonic youth.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Peter M. Bond on 15 Jun 2009
Format: Audio CD
This Cd is in the spirit of post punk experimentalism, the arrangements are different, vocals in the background, some good white noise, lots of fast noisy guitar and changes springing up all the time during the tracks. I ilike this alot, even prefer it to their follow up "nouns" which is also very good
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
great new band 6 Feb 2008
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Format: Audio CD
Couple of young guys from Los Angeles who take the energy and ferocity of old punk rock and hardcore and mix with the current indie sound to make into some amalgamation of well-written quirky but catchy rock.

Saw these guys open up for the LIARS and they were awesome. This CD is a great representation of their energetic live gig. Highly recommended for open-minded punk fans and all indie fans.
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LA art-rock 5 Oct 2007
By Maxwell Kinney - Published on
Format: Audio CD
killer killer record. highly recommended for anyone who likes early Jesus and Mary Chain, MBV, Fennesz, or any other such buzzing noises.
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