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  • Audio CD (21 Feb. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Tomlab
  • ASIN: B0007DHOMC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 42,584 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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this album truly blew me away. the songs are just sublime and he's just so underrated! this is a really beautiful album - i hate to say this now but i do believe that it will be one of the most amazing albums of 2005. and i actually mean it. listen to any of the tracks (i recommend "lands end" and "railway house" in particular) and fall in love with him. i heard of him in the nme when he was asked to write a column about the libertine and what it means. this was quite recently, a week or so before he released his single. the column was something quite special and you could really tell that he really is the modern day bohemian, the care free nature loving 21 year old. listen to the xfm sessions and listen to his voice. he's going to support bloc party in october (ARGH I WISH I WAS GOING) and though everyone seems to love bloc party (which i do too, just not to the extent which everyone seems to rate them), just close your eyes and listen to the talent of this young man.
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I always avoided the music of Patrick Wolf, dismissing it as trendy rubbish based on who I heard it from. This is a silly way to think and I'm glad I made up my own mind.
It starts off with the stunning 'The Libertine' which is an epic in itself with it's beautiful classical elements. While 'Wind in the Wires' is often quiet and slow burning taking inspiration from Jeff Buckley, it has it's moments of modern indie genius, such as 'Tristan'.
I will not say the album will change your life but take a glimpse into the world of Patrick Wolf and you may be suprised. This appeals to anyone with a taste for something different and if you're even considering this, you're heading in the right direction.
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Artists like Bjork and bands like Sigur Ros make music inspired by landscape, in their cases the dramatic ehtereal beauty of Iceland. When listening to Patrick Wolf, I think of windswept fields, grey skies, power lines, bare trees, waves crashing against drizzly coastlines and pebble beaches. Essentially, I think of the British landscape. Therefore, it could be argued that Patrick is the British Bjork. Like Bjork, Patrick's music is innovative, challenging, genre bending and definately not for everyone. It's a mix of pastoral folk, experimental electronica and good old indie rock n' roll, mostly evident in his voice. He plays about fourteen different instruments in every single song, and he sings about absolutely everything, from the music business ("The Libertine" and "Lands End") to the plight of the countryside (Wind in the Wires: "This Wild electricity/made static by industry", a reference to unsightly wind turbines?)
One for rainy afternoons, dark drives through the country, contemplative late nights and for use in arguments against those who assert that music has stagnated and innovation no longer exists.
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My gosh, what a raw album. At the moment there seems to be a real backlash in manufactured music, the chart is recording all time low single sales. I think the future is the album, and if this is the case this album will be at number one for a long time.
Probably like myself you had never heard of this chap, i decided to take a chance and buy it on the spur of the moment, and to my delight its a masterful piece of music. It's a blend of folk, electronic and gutsy melodic beats. A wonderful heart felt combo! With haunting violins and clinking pianos and a powerful beats this album stuns at every corner!
Patrick's voice sounds like a mixture of Morrissey and the guy from Space. An excellent addition to any music lovers album, but be warned don't expect an easy listen, the lyrics are painfully true in places, do not expect a light hearted journey, expect one of darkness and hysteria!
Excellent!
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I was sleepy and driving in my car in an early morning. After having heard "The Libertine" on the radio I was awakened! When speaker informed that Patrick was only 21 years old, I was shocked! I urged to purchase this CD with great expectations. It opens with "The Libertine" and it is of great excitement to hear
such powerful voice from this young man. However the rest did not meet my "great" expectations. They are not bad at all but cannot even come close to the high quality level of "The Libertine"
It is obvious that Patrick is a great talent. He is songwriter, producer, instrument player, singer etc. He is doing everything on his own and has a unique voice. It is a good feeling to know that some young artists like Patrick is trying to produce something good and new. He proves that it can be done...
I hope that he does not disappear in new future as I think that he can do lot better albums with some more experience.
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