Nathan Feld

Helpful votes received on reviews: 71% (12 of 17)


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Boxer ~ The National
Boxer ~ The National
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Box your socks off, 24 May 2007
The National already produced a masterpiece with "Alligator", one of 2005's finest in my opinion. You can imagine there's a lot of anticipation and expectations for "Boxer".

It might take a couple of listens before actually appreciating "Boxer" for what it is, but once you do, you'd easily enjoy tracks like "Brainy", "Green Gloves" or "Guest Room". Matt Berninger's deep voice, the mysterious lyrics and the murky melodies make this a very solid album.
The Boy with No Name ~ Travis
6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Satisfactory, 3 May 2007
I was very stoked when I first heard about this album, especially since "The Man Who" is one of my favourites.

And although "12 Memories" wasn't as good I expected it to be, you could still feel they had the talent to produce quality music. Perhaps that's why I got my hopes up for this one.

The album starts with the amazing "3 Times and You Lose" and "Selfish Jean"; quality music without a doubt.

Other songs like "Big Chair" and "Eyes Wide Open" are decent enough to make it as singles. Most of them are actually songs that are attractive for a wider audience and even tho this isn't anything like the old Travis, it's still good enough to please and enjoy some… Read more
Lady Croissant [Australian Import] ~ Sia
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Lady Incroyable, 23 April 2007
Chills through my body. That's how i could describe the feeling her music gives me. She has the most graceful, magical voice, and her new album gives me a lovely sensation.

Last year I had the honor of seeing Sia perform with Zero 7 and José Gonzalez, and listening to "Lady Croissant" reminds me how amazed I was after hearing her sing.

Tracks are taken from her albums "Healing is Difficult", "Colour the Small One" and from Zero 7's "Simple Things". Essential for people who like her last album and like her contributions to Zero 7 songs, essential for people who like warm, melodic, passionate music.

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