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You Fail Me

29 Jan. 2008 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 29 Jan. 2008
  • Release Date: 29 Jan. 2008
  • Label: Epitaph
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  • Total Length: 35:26
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  • ASIN: B001LL8XKQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 101,681 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. Mcgrady on 2 Jun. 2005
Format: Audio CD
Converge have reminded everyone once again why they are held in such high regard when it comes to making truly stunning hardcore. A step forward from the savage, white-knuckle monster that was the truly astonishing "Jane Doe" opus, Converge have done the wise thing and opted not to make a note-by-note replica of their masterpiece (something bands such as Korn and Sepultura should have stopped doing years ago). With "You Fail Me", they have upped the ante and set another benchmark record for all hard/math/noise/whatever-core bands to aspire to.
Standout tracks include "Last Light", "Heartless", and "When Eagles Become Vultures".
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jason Hughes on 9 Oct. 2004
Format: Audio CD
"How do you follow Jane Doe?"
This question was on my lips after the release of one of the greatest pieces of extreme music EVER. Simple - Converge get experimental.
There are still moments of blastbeat noisecore mayhem ("Black Cloud", "Drop Out"), but also dense melodies ("Hanging Moon"), gothic acoustic passages ("In Her Shadow"), "My War" era Black Flag sludgecore ("You Fail Me") and almost free jazz like instrumentation ("Last Light").
You even get discernible singing on some tracks, which highlights Jacob Bannon's despairing yet beautifully poetic lyrics.
It would have been easy to release Jane Doe Mark 2 - fans would have been happy with that. Thankfully, Converge haven't followed the easy route. The album is disorienting at first, but after a couple of listens the CD is almost impossible to remove from your player.
Along with the latest efforts by Dillinger and Mastodon, metal album of the year.
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Format: Vinyl
I got to be true, this is not my favourite album of Converge, Jane Doe stills being the one to me, but this one is very close. So i'm not gonna describe it song by song... the only thing I can tell you is that there is a moment for every fan in this album. A little bit of everything Converge ever made till now. But the major point in You Fail Me is those high moments, sometimes in the end, sometimes in the beginning, others in the middle of a song that can characterise a whole song by just one riff. At this time with so many bands playing good music but in the same way, this album got some moments really fresh and new...
I ordered it, and I was listening the A side like B side and viceversa, so for all future buyers, this album hasn't got a track list, only the lyrics all together like if they were one.
So black side is the A side and red one is the B side.
The vynil is white, wich is a great edition for any vynil collector and the 3rd music from the B side is an extra that only comes on the vynil edition wich is called Wolves At My Door, the rest is the same track list from the cd.
This is a good record and i recommend it for every fan from this kind of music.
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By sean paul mccann VINE VOICE on 3 July 2006
Format: Audio CD
converge are a band that are quite new to me,and this is the only album of theirs that i possess at this time,but its an intriguing album that grows on you and leaves you in a state of emotional carnage,jacob bannon is truly a troubled soul,reading the lyrics certainly gives you that belief,but he expresses his frustration and hurt in ways we can only dream of,and converge is that way,you fail me is an album that isnt simply screamcore or hardcore as some call them,its an album of passion and fury and soul scraping honesty.

album opener first light is an instrumental,but in truth its like mike tyson shaking your hand before he knocks you senseless as the next track last light screeches in like a car from the italian job,other belting numbers can be found here such as black cloud,you fail me and the head melting when eagles become vultures,the songs vary in their styles more than i was prepared for,there are certainly jazz fused moments and more melody than you think ,but i will admit that this isnt quite sing a long music,although it will grow on you and you will join in one way or another,enjoyable stuff.
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