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  • Audio CD (28 Oct. 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, EP, Import
  • Label: Hydra Head
  • ASIN: B00006JM4J
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 160,185 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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CAVE IN Tides Of Tomorrow (2002 US 6-track CD mini-album their final release on the independent Hydra Herd label with metallic-effect title printed on the front inlay sleeve HHR666-66)

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Format: Audio CD
People are increasingly keen nowadays to pigeonhole bands into highly specific, ridiculously monikered genres, and its nice to have bands like Cave-In around, that make their task that much more difficult. Cave-In are a band who refuse to have their creativity restricted by limiting themselves to a genre, and have changed beyond all recognition since their first release. They have moved down a progressively 'chilled out' path, from the brutal hardcore of "Until Your Heart Stops", to the atmospheric space-prog of "Jupiter", to the laid back lounge music of this, their current EP. It is this ability to seamlessly transcend genres that really displays their musicianship and songwriting ability.
"Come Into Your Own" starts preceedings off nicely, with beautiful, delicately layered guitars that seep into your consciousness and promise to remain there long after the song has finished. The EP finds its peak in the aptly titled "Everest", a song as big as the name would suggest, both in length - it clocks in at close to five and a half minutes, and in the sheer quality it contains. A real gem of a record.
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This may be kind of a stop-gap release before Cave In's major label debut, but that doesn't mean it's any sort of a cop-out. It is a bit less spacey than Jupiter (which I strongly recommend) and is possibly their widest ranging release to date. I won't bother doing a track breakdown because all you need to know is that all six tracks are fantastic and if you're open-minded enough to accept the roving style of this band, then you simply MUST buy this CD. Incidently I saw Cave In supporting the Foo Fighters at Wembley last week. The Foos didn't stand a chance, Cave In wiped the floor with them!!!!
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People are increasingly keen nowadays to pigeonhole bands into highly specific, ridiculously monikered genres, and its nice to have bands like Cave-In around, that make their task that much more difficult. Cave-In are a band who refuse to have their creativity restricted by limiting themselves to a genre, and have changed beyond all recognition since their first release. They have moved down a progressively 'chilled out' path, from the brutal hardcore of "Until Your Heart Stops", to the atmospheric space-prog of "Jupiter", to the laid back lounge music of this, their current EP. It is this ability to seamlessly transcend genres that really displays their musicianship and songwriting ability.
"Come Into Your Own" starts preceedings off nicely, with beautiful, delicately layered guitars that seep into your consciousness and promise to remain there long after the song has finished. The EP finds its peak in the aptly titled "Everest", a song as big as the name would suggest, both in length - it clocks in at close to five and a half minutes, and in the sheer quality it contains. A real gem of a record.
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By A Customer on 1 Nov. 2002
Format: Audio CD
Yes this is a good CD. It's been in my cd player since I got it. BUT, somehow something is missing, some magic that seems always about to appear but slips away out of grasp. Maybe that's why it's still in my cd player, this is a good CD. Sure this is a mini album but it feels like a full length. The opener 'Come into your own' really puts you in the Cave In mindset, then 'Dark driving' fits into every mood I've played it in. Your then lulled through the record forgeting your worrys in the outside world.
A work of art rather than a collection of songs.
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Cave In confuse me immensely. Heavy then spacy then odd then rocky. This is the odd one. After listening to either Jupiter or Antenna, you may be forgiven for not having bought this.
This mini album / EP opens up with 'Come Into Your Own', which I think is the best Cave In track they've written. It pulses along through your brain for days after and you'll end up getting told off for humming it endlessly. 'Dark Driving' is the second track and bears more of a resemblance to tracks off Jupiter, but until the extremely chilled 'Everest' at the end, there seems to be filler material and a cover song that leave you thinking they've got a couple of tracks they didn't know what to do with.
This isn't vintage Cave In and is hardly essential, but is worth listening to just for the good tracks.
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