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Bullets In Madison

Post Rock/Math rock

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3.00 | 1 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. After the Trigger, Before She Fell (04:04)
2. Crosswords (03:49)
3. Drive-By (04:02)
4. Faultlines and Fairy Tales (05:18)
5. The Lies of Poetry (04:50)
6. Sault (03:30)
7. If They Run (05:37)
8. Thieves (04:05)
9. Comrado Poledo (05:52)
10. And Then Come the Roses (04:50)

Total Time 46:02

Line-up / Musicians

Not specified.

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Available as a free digital download on Bandcamp.

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Review by The Truth
COLLABORATOR Post/Math Rock Team
3 stars Not a bad little record, just some minor sound quality problems that were abolished on their later releases, and this one contains a sort of raw power that those don't have.

Bullets In Madison is a cool project worth pretty much any listeners time (plus they release their albums for free!) and although this isn't where the ideal starting point is for then, it's certainly not a bad album.

Yes, there are some minor fuzz problems but the tracks themselves are well performed and powerful just like the band's later releases. They are Class A post-rock but never sound too much like another post-rock band (which some of them have trouble with) and all of their work on this album is incredibly original and thoughtful. As a whole, the album sounds like a great post rock record in need of some production but then again, some like the lo-fi sound.

It's amazing that so many of the free albums never cease to blow me away.

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