Dark on Fire (2 Disc Version) Single
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So when I saw this album come out, I naturally picked it straight up and purchased it. Conclusion, well I am not quite sure. I think it is ok. Not groundbreaking, didn't make me sit up and take notice and realise that they put a lot of effort into this album. It just recovers old ground we have seen before through the past albums producing tracks of similar sounding to those on 'Optimist LP' and 'Jack In A Box' but without ever really hitting the nail on the head. I think a fair branding for Dark On Fire would be it is a collection of nearly songs. Nearly made it on to the album, filler songs. It is as shame. It is not that I don't like it, I do. But it floats out of my head as soon as I have listened to it.
The version of the album I brought had the extra 'Something Out Of Nothing EP' cd included. This saved the album. It was a bit more like the stuff I was hoping for from them. 'Invisible Boy' is especially good.
So overall, if you are a big Turin Brakes fan then go for it, but don't expect anything groundbreaking. If you are fancying a try, then go for any of the previous three albums.
*** Like :- Sebadoh, Kings Of Convenience, Tom McRae ***
Yes, the sound is less accoustic, but the beauty is still there.
I'm still surprised that more people aren't buying their records.
Turin Brakes continue to be a cut above the rest.
This album was definately a grower, but the talent of these guys shines through again, so its worth giving it a few listens, and by the end of it you'll enjoy it as much as any other TB album.
Listened through once...not particularly satisfying...
after listening 2 or 3 more times trying to force myself to like it i just couldnt.
This is a completely different Turin Brakes from the days of Optimist and Jackinthebox. Very unoriginal songs, i noticed some songs sounding familiar to Janes addiction and others sounding like they were just trying to get a good number of songs on a cd.
I find it very hard to say that they are my favourite band anymore. If you are a fan of their old stuff dont be surprised if you dont like their new stuff.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great CD, as good as any other Turin Brakes album I have, in fact there isn't a bad album by them but I am a big fan of the band!Published 17 months ago by Mr. A C
Listened to Turin Brakes since the Optimist and since receiving We Were Here last week I revisited this album. Read morePublished on 10 Oct. 2013 by M. J. Loveridge
I loved the early TB stuff, all atmosphere and really different, the first two albums are fantastic, the next and this one are a real let down. Read morePublished on 29 July 2010 by C. Imrie
Turin Brakes are one of many bands who have hit the headlines with a Mercury nominated debut album, but have slipped from the limelight. Read morePublished on 5 Feb. 2010 by A. Marczak
After the sunnier aspirations of JackInABox, Dark on Fire signals a return to deeper, more considered territory for this, the fourth studio album from Olly Knights and Gale... Read morePublished on 16 Jun. 2009 by Mark Thomas
The Optimist LP is one of my favourite albums of all time, and seeing the band live in the early 2000's were some of the best performances I have seen. Read morePublished on 10 Jun. 2009 by R. J. Mitchell
Somehow, the recognition that is lavished on many Britpop bands seems to slip right on by Turin Brakes. Read morePublished on 6 April 2008 by EA Solinas