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5.0 out of 5 stars 'This permanence will be remembered...', 30 July 2009
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This review is from: Plotting to Kill Your Friends (Audio CD)
The sad thing is that this review will be seldom read. I'm only here looking to replace my worn out CD before they all disappear completely, so a brief review is the least I could do for a band who have given me so much pleasure over the years. This is a truly fantastic album from a highly underrated band. This definitely features within my greatest albums of all time. Beautiful, poignant moments interspersed with energetic fever and brutality. A lamented withdrawal of yet another talented British band. RIP The Copperpot Journals, gone but not forgotten.

Theres a great acoustic version of 'The Weather As Your Common Ground' on Gareth's myspace (GJOwen) if anyones interested...
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another cool new brit-band!, 9 Nov. 2002
This review is from: Plotting to Kill Your Friends (Audio CD)
Sometimes simple music is the best music. But not in this case! Ok, so maybe some of the guitarwork isnt that complex, but i'm talkin bout the structures of the songs - they wind in and out, weaving from gut-ripping heaviness to atmospheric and quite beautifully epic mellowness! And, quite frankly, the drummer is out of this world and the vocals are amazing (and, unlike many Brit vocalists he has a BRITISH accent! SHOCK! HORROR!).
Opening track 'Boxing Champion (Parts 1 & 2)' is a fantastic opener, starting on heavy-but-melodic post-hardcore territory, complete with paint-stripping howls, before progressing on to an even more mellow ending. All the tracks on this mini-album are great, but stand-outs include 'Icarus Was Bored', 'I Lie All The Time' and the title track 'Plotting to Kill Your Friends'.
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