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Thriller (2Xlp) [VINYL] Import

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  • Vinyl
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Jade Tree
  • ASIN: B00006GEAQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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By A Customer on 5 Nov. 2001
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
As is true of all truly great albums, I had to listen to 'Thriller' a good few times before reaching a verdict. As it is now swimming about in my head, quite comfortably and I am familiar with its sometimes difficult sound, my opinion has been formed. 5 stars. Excellent.
Lukewarm pulls you into the album quite nicely and, while sounding very simple and poppy (which it is), after a few listens it becomes clear that it is so much more than just a nice, jangly tune. It creeps into your brain, curls into your cerebral cortex and stays there, quite snugly. As does 14-41 and Hostage. Hostage is possibly the best track. Initially, it's not too promising but it starts to grow on you, gets its roots in and, like a money tree, blossoms into something quite remarkable, something you thought was impossible.
For all its upbeat, quirky guitar, rock-pop 'Thriller' is a slow, very deep album. Songs like Leper, Better Than Ever, Better than This and The Name reflect this. Leper is a belter. It is slow, gentle and waning, almost heartbreaking but played with so much honesty that it usually brings a smile to my face as opposed to a tear in my eye. The two 'Better Than..' songs work in much the same way as each other. They are slow, almost dirge-like and go on for about seven minutes but they both reach such uplifting crescendos that it's worth the wait.
About the rest, Halo and #1 Defender are both anthemic, albeit very understated. Titanic is much like an ensemble of everything on the album and can be listened to as a good apetite-whetter for the uninitiated because the single, Lukewarm, is not a good example of what lies in the album proper.
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I will be brief. You cannot fail to be moved by this album if you have a soul. The highlights are definitely 'Hostage' and 'Leper Song', although there are many other high points.
Like the Jimmy Eat World album it sounds like it's going to be a poppy punk album before going off on all sorts of more interesting tangents. Well done fella!
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want somethng more from your music?? look no further!
after reading a review in a mag on his album, decided to give i a go, it didnt dissapoint. The album is brilliant from start to finish, combining a perfect blend of uplifting pop-punk to the slower paced emo-style songs, standouttracks of lukewarm and hostage mae you want to bounce off the walls. whilst others you just want to sit an listen to.
Jonah Matranga has certainly made a comeback,and has done it in some style!!
A must have for all fans off emo, and pop-punk!!
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Whew, this is one breathless ride... You know in advance whether this is going to be the CD for you or not - if you loved Far, Chamberlain, Texas Is The Reason or Onelinedrawing (and if you didn't then why the hell not?) then this will stick to your CD player like no album since the Get Up Kids' "Something To Write Home About".
The reference points are onbvious - Jets To Brazil's melodic strains have influenced the songwriting, Chamberlain the powerful drumming and Jonah - well, he will always sound like Jonah no matter what!!! "Lukewarm" is a great opener, the re-recorded OLD number "14 To 41" rocks like nobodys business...there are quieter moments aplenty, most notably the "back off or someone will die soon" refrain.
Put simply, BUY THIS NOW
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