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ALL THE FOOTPRINTS YOU'VE EVER LEFT AND THE FEAR EXPECTING AHEAD

Envy

Post Rock/Math rock


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3.09 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2001

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Zero (2:06)
2. Farewell to Words (2:47)
3. Lies, and Release from Silence (4:50)
4. Left Hand (3:03)
5. A Cradle of Arguments and Anxiousness (5:27)
6. Mystery and Peace (6:49)
7. Invisible Thread (2:43)
8. The Spiral Manipulation (3:30)
9. A Cage It Falls Into (6:12)
10. The Light of My Footprints (4:12)
11. Your Shoes and the World to Come (8:04)

Total Time 49:43

Line-up / Musicians

- Tetsuya Fukagawa / vocals
- Nobukata Kawai / guitar
- Masahiro Tobita / guitar
- Manabu Nakagawa / bass
- Dairoku Seki / drums

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3.09
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Review by Moatilliatta
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3 stars This album showcases Envy's hardcore side. They slowly evolved into a unique post-rock band rooted in hardcore, and you can hear the delay-effected guitars and soft parts implemented here and there; they work quite nicely with the band's extremely emotional music. Envy already had their own sound here - I can't think of any other hardcore band who had such raw emotion and atmosphere - and they have just continued to progress. This is definitely a solid record, but most (here especially) will prefer the more dynamic, mature, and well-produced albums that came out after this one.

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