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" Agony & Irony " NOUVEL ALBUM produit par JOSH ABRAHAM [Linkin Park, Slayer.] Inclus le single " Help Me ", hommage à Ian Curtis/Joy Division (2ème meilleure entrée de la semaine sur les radios rock US !!!) On ne présente plus, après dix ans de carrière et six albums, ces poids lourds de la scène punk rock de Chicago. Ce nouvel album, sur les traces du triomphe de Green Day, réussit le pari d'un rock à la fois sans concession et taillé pour le succès avec ses singles imparables. Creusant avec ferveur leur sillon dans l'"emo" la sortie de ce nouvel album arrive à point nommé pour en rappeler à tous la signification réelle...

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Agony and Irony 2 juillet 2008
Par Ben Dugan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
First of all, to start this ramble in the form of a review, I would like to say that, to me, three stars means good record, but not great. And that's how I feel about "Agony and Irony", the newest LP from the Alkaline Trio, and their "major label" debut.
The reason I put "major label" in quotation marks there is that Alkaline Trio put their last three records out on Vagrant Records, and to think that that isn't at least a mini-major is naive and silly. To add to that, Alkaline Trio has become progressively more polished and radio friendly with each record, right up to their last record, the excellent "Crimson", which sounded good enough to get substantial radio airplay, which I'm still surprised it didn't.
So to look at this as some big break from the Alkaline trio sound would be silly, and to think of this as a sell out move would be wrong headed. This record makes complete sense in the continued progression in the groups sound.
So why three stars for the record? To be honest with you, this sounds like Alkaline Trio on autopilot for the majority of the album. The albums lead off single "Help Me" starts off very close to "Time to Waste" on the last record, and goes to a fairly standard start and stop guitar riff before blowing up to a fairly decent chorus, that never really catches hold. "Calling All Skeletons" equates hand claps with pop music, and though as it progresses to the chorus is improves and finds it's melody, it's not a strong enough one to stay in your head.
In fact, that's the problem with this record. The songs all feel half done, as if the band were a step away from writing another killer set of goth pop punk, but just didn't quite finish completing the material. Not a lot stands out as you're listening to it. The lyrics lack the same wit and style that they have had in the past, and musically it all feels just half thought out.
There are a couple of killer tracks here, most notably "Love Love Kiss Kiss", one of the few tracks that bassist Dan Andriano contributed to the record.
But, in all honesty, there isn't anything bad on this record. Nothing will make you cringe or angry. There's just nothing great here either, I think. You will probably not be upset at the money you spent, but you probably won't listen to it much either.
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Not quite my cup of tea. Others may feel differently 8 juillet 2008
Par Untamed - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I really loved every single Alk3 album to date, truly some of my all time favorite rock, period. But Agony and Irony is just okay as far as I'm concerned. Maybe it is just me, but do any of you guys hear aspects of the Weezer sound throughout? The way the songs bump and bounce (too much bounce I think) and generally sound just reminds me of them. I don't think it is a good sound for alk3 at all (at least not the way they portrayed it here). I'm cool with them experimenting and growing, but I think it might be good to hold onto the sound (the dark crunch and edge, if you will of the earlier days) and to keep putting cool sounding instrumental jams in the songs on their albums like their earlier works. I'd like to hear more of that again - those early jams are intense, fun, and majorly rock as well as define them apart from other bands. Those strengths are very much underemphasized in this release with them emphasizing things that they clearly do not excel at in a way that stands out. But who knows where this release will take them from here. Growing pains are never smooth and easy.
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The Trio continues to grow 4 juillet 2008
Par J. Johnston - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
To start off this review, I'd like to say that I'm a fan of every Alkaline Trio album. I'm not one to say that their old albums are better than the new ones, and vice versa. I love all of their work equally, because each album is honest in showing who they were at the time. To those who say that their lyrics have gone soft, I'd have to argue that their lyrics are just less straight-forward. With age their lyrics have gotten more poetic and metaphorical. Sure, there isn't near as much heartache, but the guys are happily married, so what can you expect? Another claim that seems to be made about this album is that it is too poppy. This is mostly due to increased production values, but it's obvious that from album to album the production has gotten slicker. Personally, this album reminds me of "Good Mourning" more than any of their other albums, as it doesn't have all of the synth of "Crimson" but is still more radio-friendly than their older albums. All in all, this is another amazing effort from the band, and I highly recommend that the naysayers try to appreciate the growth and maturity displayed on the album. Long live the Trio!
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Good but not great sort of like reduced fat potato chips 14 juillet 2008
Par Jonas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I'm still not sure why Alkaline Trio of all bands was picked up by a major label (probably fan base) but that's irrelevant. If you make a good album it doesn't matter who's making the money. This is a good album...but it's not great and it's not excellent. Gone is the snarl and some of the dark tones but the core remains. There are some memorable songs and others you'll skip over...but in no way does this effort come close to matching Good Mourning or even Crimson. No memorable acoustic magic as far as I can remember (see: Blue in the face). Granted the band deserves to succeed for the effort they put into their music but sometimes doing this alienates fans and fails to gain new fans and the band ends up failing and breaking up. Will this be one of those "AFI" or "Bad Religion" moments? Definitely...maybe.
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Good album, but they can do so much better... 9 juillet 2008
Par CJ - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I really like this album. The Trio has continued to grow through the past decade, and their sound has really improved. The rough guitars and wailing that were hallmarks of their early efforts like "Stupid Kid" have given way to a more melodic and rounded sound on this album. Its very good and very easy to listen to - very grown up. But, as other posters have noted, its also very forgettable. Once the song is over, the melody is already out of your head and you have to really think about it to get it back. A solid album, but it lacks the dark soul that infected all their early works.
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