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Late Night Conversations

Late Night Conversations

1 Jan 2005
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This is one of those albums that grips you on the first listen. Although this LP has come out on Victory Records, which is known for metalcore acts like Atreyu, don't be put off. This is actually indie in the most melodic form. This album is, put simply, 10 beautifully crafted indie gems.
Buy it. You won't be disappointed.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 27 Jan. 2015
By marte - Published on Amazon.com
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The forecast looks bright and sunny for today. 23 May 2005
By Chris Conlan (BreakingCustom.com) - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Review by Mike Watson:

With the recent slew of Victory Records releases, not to mention the wide variety; one can be to say the least skeptical of any of their assortment of new releases. However, picking through all of the less notable releases from the label, the up-and-coming band, The Forecast, have stepped to the plate and scored a home run on Late Night Conversations. The Forecast are a perfect blend of male and female vocals over a very modern rock soundtrack, executed flawlessly over a ten song full length.

Late Night Conversations is an album confronting different topics ranging from relationships to the teen trend of mutilation and loathing. The harmonies arranged by both vocalists are undeniably catching and well written and the music follows closely in suit leaving your head bobbing back and forth to the beat and your feet tapping almost involuntarily. The Forecast is not only a great recorded band, but bring the same toe tapping energy to the stage, with both great stage presence and cohesion as a band. The Forecast will defiantly be one of the new big bands in poppier rock music, and checking their Victory Records debut out is a must for fans of the genre.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars victory records gets a hit with this one! 31 Jan. 2006
By thricetimes - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
with victory records, it seems like the bands and albums they release are either hit or miss (not to mention, how they false advertise with their band comparisons). i would have to say they got a hit with the band "the forecast". after listening to this record, it's not nothing incredibly ground-breaking or new yet i still can't really find anyone to compare them to. i do know that it's a fairly solid record with a fresh/exciting sound. the vocals are duel, with a guy singing most of the notes but the girl shannon sings some of the songs choruses and let me tell you; she can sing! the forecast are starting to get a hype around them, and it's a deserving one. they're talented and they can produce some interesting music in an overcrowded scene. if you like emo/indie rock with a mix of male/female singing check these guys out. i'm sure we'll hear more from these guys in the future.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best CD of 2005! 17 Jun. 2005
By Sven McGillicutty - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This band is unlike any other on Victory Records. There is no trendy screamo stuff to be found. Instead, The Forecast are more of a throwback to the great indie rock that hasn't been seen since the late nineties. Their hooks are infectious, and the great melodies by the guy/girl vocals will have you singing along to every song in no time! There's also very slight undertones of alt country which blend in quite nicely.

I highly reccomend this for fans of Bright Eyes, Rainer Maria, The Anniversary, or just anyone who's sick and tired of all these stupid emo bands and their feigned screaming!

Their video is also great which you can see at their site, the-forecast.net.
5.0 out of 5 stars Good indie 21 Dec. 2006
By Benjamin Moureau-lucadamo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I really enjoy this band. Mid west indie rock has not let me down yet, and the dueling male/female vocals works nicely (I agree with the Rainer Maria/Braid comparisons). They're really good live too; they played like they really care, no matter how many were in the audience. Exercise Demons, and Seating Subject to Availability are my personal favorites. Their new album is also worth checking out.
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