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The Sun Comes Out Tonight [VINYL]

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  • Vinyl (24 Jun. 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Spinefarm Records
  • ASIN: B00COB792K
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
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For over a decade now, Filter have carved something of a niche for themselves with their sleek, radio-friendly take on industrial-metal, with each album sticking to the Filter blueprint of huge-sounding industrial-rock anthems with memorable hooks coupled with a keen sense of dynamics on the slower numbers that are thrown in to create that perfect balance between gut-level intensity and commerciality, in effect, creating 'stadium' industrial-rock for the masses.
New album 'The Sun Comes Out Tonight' offers no radical deviation from this formula, as Richard Patrick and cohorts serve up another helping of diamond-edged, precision-tooled, industrial-rock goodness.
The production is sharp, yet subtle, Patrick's stadium-sized riffs layered carefully atop Filter's trademark electronic sheen, while the huge-sounding drums provide the necessary 'oomph'.
The songs are cut from very rock that Patrick has been chiselling away at since 1995 debut 'Short Bus', all powerful riffs and shouty vocal harmonies as Patrick vents his spleen on newbies 'What Do You Say' & 'Watch The Sun Come Out Tonight', while light relief arrives in the shape of piano ballad 'It's My Time', the more standard slower tracks such as 'It's Just You' almost harking back to their 1999 hit 'Take A Picture'.
It's hard to be innovative when reviewing Filter as they got into a groove right from the off in 1995 and have largely remained there ever since - much of what was written about them then still applies now.
Suffice to say, if you are already partial to their charms you won't be disappointed as this album maintains the standard of previous offerings, making it highly recommended, and if you haven't checked them out already, get 1999s 'Title Of Record', then try this for size. 8/10.
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This record is hard to get excited about, even as a Filter listener.

Filter, never did themselves any help by going away for long breaks between 2000 and 2002 and a large 6 years between their third album.

Richard Patrick did do an album with a new band Army of Anyone which was okay, but nothing hugely different.

The sun comes out tonight..follow up to Trouble with angels, is a mixed sort of record.
Its quite an unexperimental album and flat kind of record.

No huge riffs like you heard from Geno Lenardo or from that Short Bus album (which gets hailed upon as Filters classic)

Just a lot of buzzing guitars and hurriedly written words...it sounds rushed this record.
The bonus songs are Faded and Best Years which are much better, and should of replaced some songs.

Perhaps comparing it to other Filter albums does not help, but on the first 3 albums Filter (even though Richard Patrick was very drunk a lot of the time) seemed to go from strength to strength in record production, songwriting and musician arrangement.

Its obvious without Geno and the other band members, Filter are kind of one sided sounding. There is not a lot of new sounds here or musical direction, its just the same old thing you might of heard on the Title of Record album.

The Amalgamut, while being far more aggressive and angry sounding, was actually an improvement on the album before, even though it did contain some foul language and ridiculously over the top heavy guitar playing.

For filter to sell more records or attract a better or new audience and listener, they need to open up their minds more and maybe get Geno Lenardo back into the band and try new ways of writing songs.
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Really love this album. Very catchy and some great riffs. Perfect driving music. I would recommend this to anyone who likes awesome guitar riffs and heavy but tuneful songs. Production is pretty good too. Very polished but still has a huge energy to it.
Buy it now :)
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Long time fan of Filter, can't fault this album - one of their strongest. I liked the preceding album but found it a little 'by numbers' in places. This one draws more on the electronic side of things and is all the more better for it. It has groove and power in equal measure.

Knocked a star off as found the slower song a little bland - although very well sung. Just didn't connect with me. The lyrics aren't as clunky as previous releases but they are still a little simplistic in places. This is just my honest view, I really like the band and all of their albums have high points and moments of genius.

This and 'Title of Record' are their most consistent albums in my opinion, really pleased that they are still knocking out quality records.
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There are a lot of great songs on this album - Take That Knife Out of My Back and the title tracks are catchy and reminiscent of late 90s filter when they were on form. No Title Of Record but still a great album
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Much underrated band. As good as most of their earlier stuff, and an improvement on "The Trouble With Angels".
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