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Trouble Will Find Me [Explicit]
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on 7 February 2015
Everything was perfect.
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on 3 December 2014
Grace Grace Grace !!!
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on 3 March 2015
Brilliant album.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I don't think I've ever taken to a National album first time. They slowly grow and grow and grow on you until you realise you can't go a day without listening to one of their albums or songs, so didn't expect to get this album straightaway. I've listened to it again, and again and again and many of the songs have grown on me and I like them a lot ( I should live in salt; Demons, Sea of Love; Graceless; I Need My Girl) but there is just too many similarly tempoed songs that make the whole album a little underwhelming. If it had ended after I Need My Girl, I would probably have given it 4 stars but I feel the last 3 songs just meander nowhere and drag the album down.
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7 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on 7 June 2013
I have been a huge fan of the National for years, and couldnt wait for this album to be released.

High Violet is one of my all time fave albums of all time and i knew that it would be very hard to beat.

I had hopes that the National would step things up a gear and bring something out better than High Violet, unfortunately they have taken a step back.

This album is dull and boring.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 13 October 2013
Yes, it's melancholic. But it's my favourite "The National" album. "De gustibus non est disputandum". Recommended, especially if you like "The National".
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
My first exposure to The National was one lunchtime when I was browsing in my local record shop and a song was playing. I instantly loved it, asked at the counter, and immediately bought the album. The song was "Bloodbuzz, Ohio" from The National's "High Violet" album, and I wasn't disappointed with the rest of the songs when I listened to them later. Since then I've bought all of their albums and EPs.

At first listen "Trouble Will Find Me" was a bit of a disappointment. There isn't a "big" track, a standout like "Bloodbuzz" or "The Geese of Beverly Road", and as I listened to it on a train journey it almost blurred into one long track as there's little variation in tone. Since then I've listened to it a lot and, as with much of their work, it takes time to grow.

The more immediate tracks are undoubtedly "I Could Live In Salt", "Don't Swallow The Cap", "Graceless", "Fireproof", and "Sea of Love", but the remaining tracks also work their magic over time. If I'm honest it does feel a little safe in a way, almost as though the band feel they've nothing left to prove and the fire in their bellies has died down, and it does seem to fizzle out a little (the last four or five tracks are the weakest on the album for me) but if you want an album that takes a little time and effort to love, this is a good buy, and if you're new to The National some fantastic stuff awaits you in their back catalogue.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 27 May 2013
True to form favourite songs so far hard to find and trouble will find me and my line is I didn't ask for this pain ,it just came over me from pink rabbits poetry in motion as always
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 21 May 2013
Worth the wait. Like all their albums it takes a few listens to really get into but it is a fantastic album
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on 19 September 2014
Great album
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