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  • Audio CD (15 Feb. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Dangerbird Records/V2 Benelux
  • ASIN: B004HKE97O
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 734,610 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
I'm not one for writing a lengthy review but I will say that this album is excellent. The variety of songs is there to be heard and although there are some dark moments as we might expect from a Dears album there are some uplifting songs too. In my opinion this is probably the Dears best work so far, certainly up there with No Cities Left which I favour over the 2 albums between. My only slight criticism is there may be a little bit of a jump on the Arcade Fire band wagon. There are some definite comparisons found on the album, notibly on Yesteryear but who cares, I like them too!
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Bought this as part of all their back catalogue after seeing them live a while back. All are good, this is brilliant - as other reviews say there's hints of everything from Pink Floyd, Blur, Arcade Fire, Radiohead, Elvis Costello and Pulp in here and yet it's individual too - another similar sound (to me) is the National so if you like any of the above would highly recommend! Not a duff track on it and some really great ones.Has had many plays since I bought it.
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Format: Audio CD
its such a great feeling when you discover a band without any one else recommending them,i nly discovered these because i saw this album cheap and i took a chance.wow how did i not hear about these before there great,they remind me of a cross between early interpol and arcade fire,but they have ther own sound which is so varied asnd engrossing i absolutely love em i have ordered all there back catalogue,and so far love it all.he hasnt got an amazing voice but somehow it adds to it.if you like your indy music go out and buy it,i havent heard a better album in this genre,im just embarrased im 6 years behind
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This album on first listen did not engage me at all even though it made all the right sounds, this may be down to the production which is denser and a little heavy handed in my humble opinion. The songs themselves for the most part just seem to lack that killer hook or melody for which Murray Lightburn & crew have been so adept at pulling out of a song in the past. Thats not to say there arn't good songs on here they just arn't as good as past glories. The opener Omega Dog gets things off to a good start with a funky little riff that moves free and easy from verse to chorus, Thrones the fourth track has a nice urgency to it with a chorus and some nice guitar that lives up to the billing. Other tracks worth mentioning are Easy Suffering which has a little bit of Birdsy guitar and a melancholy feel that The Dears do so well and also Unsung which builds to memorable finale and doesn't outstay its welcome unlike the album as a whole which does. So overall this album has some fine moments but fails to reach the high watermark set by Gang Of Losers which to me is there finest album by a country mile.
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