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Our Love to Admire

Our Love to Admire
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10 years ago at Jul 29 11:09
For those who found Interpol’s Antics a pale follow-up to a fine debut, breathe easy, it’s “back to form” time. The mope rock returns straight off the top with the brooding “Pioneer to the Falls,” but this set of songs packs a lot of punch, thanks to guitar work that’s alternately mournful, melodic and adrenaline-driven, not to mention obvious production prowess that boosts the riffs... read more

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9 years, 8 months ago at Dec 29 14:41
To be honest, I thought this albums was one of the biggest disappointments of the year. I only started listening to Interpol after the release of Antics, though at least one of my friends is a die-hard fan and he had a similar opinion. There was nothing here to keep me interested, there aren't even any particularly stand out tracks. Great shame.
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Description: Moving up to a major label has hardly lifted Interpol's spirits. This is a good thing. Even with the twisted Wild Kingdom album cover and bassist Carlos Dengler's unexpected Wild West makeover, on its third studio album the black-clad New York quartet still sounds inflexibly menacing, grasping tighter than ever to its doomy post-punk influences and delving further into frontman Paul Banks's emotional unrest. Everything sounds a little bigger and brighter, sure, but at their core songs like "Rest My Chemistry" and "Wrecking Ball" are heroically sinister, goaded on by prickly riffs and slow-bleeding rhythms ... (more)
Manufacturer: Capitol Records
Release date: 10 July 2007
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0094637653821 UPC: 094637653821
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So How Was High School? (52 music items)

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