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RAVE TAPES

Mogwai

Post Rock/Math rock


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3.21 | 53 ratings | 2 reviews | 9% 5 stars

Good, but non-essential


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Studio Album, released in 2014

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Heard About You Last Night (5:24)
2. Simon Ferocious (4:49)
3. Remurdered (6:26)
4. Hexon Bogon (2:36)
5. Repelish (3:56)
6. Master Card (3:58)
7. Deesh (5:34)
8. Blues Hour (6:18)
9. No Medicine for Regret (5:41)
10. The Lord Is Out of Control (4:23)

Total Time: 49:05

Bonus 7" on some LP editions:
1. Tell Everybody That I Love Them (4:39)

Total time 4:39

Line-up / Musicians

- Stuart Braithwaite / guitar
- John Cummings / guitar
- Barry Burns / guitar, keyboards, flute
- Dominic Aitchison / bass
- Martin Bulloch / drums

With:
- Reverend Lee Cohen / voice (5)

Releases information

Artwork: DLT

CD Rock Action Records ROCKACT80CD (2014 UK & Europe)
CD Rock Action Records, Hostess Entertainment Unlimited ROCKACT80CDJ, HSE-30324 (2014 Japan)
CD Sub Pop SP1070 (2014 US)
CDr Rock Action Records rockact80cdp (2014 UK) (promo)
Cass Rock Action Records ROCKACT80MC (2014 UK)
LP Rock Action Records ROCKACT80LP (2014 Europe)
LP Sub Pop SP1070 (2014 US)
LP+7" Rock Action Records ROCKACT80LPX (2014 UK & Europe)
LP+7" Sub Pop SP1070 (2014 US)

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MOGWAI Rave Tapes ratings distribution


3.21
(53 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(9%)
9%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(34%)
34%
Good, but non-essential (38%)
38%
Collectors/fans only (17%)
17%
Poor. Only for completionists (2%)
2%

MOGWAI Rave Tapes reviews


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Review by Lewian
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3 stars There are some albums which are very good for me, but which I don't think I'd rate that highly as a critic. This is one of them. I personally love it and for me alone it would be 4 stars if not more. However, the things I like about this album are hard to explain and very irrational. Some tunes, sounds and rhythms get close to the heart and some don't, for mysterious reasons, in a highly individual manner. It's always an impressive experience how far one person's taste in these respects can be different from another one's, while about a number of more "rational", explainable criteria they could agree.

This album speaks to me in this very individual way, it gives me some kind of "coming home" feeling with its somewhat melancholic but still forward driving, peaceful but also powerful songs. The tunes just work for me. Then, there isn't much innovation on this one and hardly anything that I could explain that'd make it stand out from other Mogwai albums. It's mostly instrumental, not very eventful, mostly rather keyboard- than guitar-driven, with loud drums and the mix of heaviness and relaxedness that is characteristic for Mogwai. It could easily be discarded as "nothing special" except it is something special for me for I don't know what reason. The magic of music ("No medicine for regret" is the number one example for me but most of the others also work well). The most postive thing I can say is that Mogwai just do what they're good at, in a mature and confident fashion. Mogwai do Mogwai, and they do it well.

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3 stars Mogwai is currently one of the most creative, consistent and honest bands on the post-rock scene. I've listened all their releases during the last years and I got to say that I really like their pretty unique and easily indentifiable style perhaps there are some albums which I don't enjoy much m ... (read more)

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