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A loud, uninteresting cacophony of sound,
This review is from: The Bones Of What You Believe [Digipack] (Audio CD)
I've really tried listening to this album. Honestly, I can't get grasp it. There are literally no dynamics. No soft parts, just loudness and nothing in between. How dull.
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Initial post: 18 Jun 2014 16:24:33 BDT
William Conner says:
You are certainly entitled to your opinion, but I don't honestly think you've listened to this CD. No soft parts? How about the whole beginning of Tether? How about You Caught the Light? And this is some of the most dynamic and creative music I've heard in a long time. Electro/Synth-Pop is supposed to be loud all over the place - this isn't new age or easy listening stuff. But Chvrches varies each song with ever changing rhythms and unique melodies and dynamics. Most definitely not dull. But I guess it's just not your thing.
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Cd Ashmead says:
Nonsense. Great songs ruined by terrible mastering. "Electro/Synth-Pop is supposed to be loud all over the place." Piffle. Yet another victim of the loudness wars. This album needs to be remastered and then it could be the great classic that it has the potential to be.
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