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4.05 | 1015 ratings

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3 stars I was shocked after the first few listens of this album. I had no idea of how these guys made it real to fit all this pessimism into one album. The album seemed to fit in the circumstances of life, and I was really touced by this one. But well, as the time went by and I listened to this album again and again, some things started to change. The singers amazingly fitting voice had suddenly turned into an annoying growl, the background keys and melodies that filled me so much at first, turned into a stereotype of their music and the songs that touched me so deeply once, started to feel less and less interesting. Still I can't tear down a whole wall that I built with this one, so I will go for a 3 star rating, just for this fact, as well as the existence of several songs that still apply to my interest, basically No Suprises, Exit Music(for a Film) and the well promoted and popular Karma Police. A must for those who look for something to stick with completely for a few months, and just a worthy listen to those who are familiar with music more than I was back when this album got to my attention.
V0lcaN0 | 3/5 |


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