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Reaching For The Sky 9 juin 2011
Par Ralph from Brooklyn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Try to move beyond the punk/hardcore label this band has. They've pretty much transcended those genres at this point, and this album might be something of a game changer for them. The main problem for some people willl be the vocals of Pink Eye. Bellowed in the tried and true tradition of Henry Rollins (circa Black Flag) and early Bob Mould, they are not cookie monster, more pissed off and young.
Now, this is supposedly a rock opera, but, as with all of those, the story is rather confusing (I'll leave that description up to others), and, really, once the guitars kick in, the story (survival, redemption, trying to move forward) becomes more about feel than words.
About those guitars. Multi-layered, symphonic,galvanizing and always serving the context of these amazing pop songs. The band as a whole is so finely tuned into one another that they move like a tank, a very fast one. I'm 57, and believe me, there were times when listening to the sheer oomph of these songs made me wonder if I was too old to form a band.
And really, that's what this is all about, the redemptive power of anger transposed into reach for the heavens rock that in it's chaos is utterly in control and ready to move you. Music that can save you and remind of what's good about being alive.
Of course it's too long, too ambitious, sometimes impenetrable, but music that takes risks often risks failure, and this band knows that it's the failures that make you strong and it's the failures that give you heart. Really, in it's reach and go for it guts, this is the best album of it's kind since Zen Arcade.
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An adrenaline-fueled story of love and loss 28 juin 2011
Par James Bittancourt - Publié sur Amazon.com
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"David Comes To Life" is not an album I would normally identify with at first glance. Sure, I'll occasionally return classic punk albums like Black Flag's "Damaged", and Fugazi's "In On The Kill Taker". And, noise rock and drone like Boris and Boredoms also make my playlist regularly. But, through and through, the brunt of my music library is electronic in nature. However, I'm surprised at the things I've learned by branching out to certain...extremes. This album is no different-a refreshing change of pace that I've played constantly.

Lead singer Damien Abraham spends much (if not all) of the album's length punching the lyrics in your face. While it might seem at first to overpower the music and intensity of the lyrics (which can be beautiful at times), you recognize after repeated listens that the rest of the band gets equal audible billing. There's an ongoing riff in "Serve Me Right" that illustrates this perfectly; the guitar churns and the drumbeat chugs to the words being said. If you take the right amount of time to appreciate this interplay, there are dozens of moments like this scattered throughout the album. Credit is definitely due to producer Shane Stonebeck and the rest of the band: Mike, Sandy, Josh, and Jonah.

(You definitely do not want to listen to this music while gardening, that's for sure. But, if you think you might be on the fence with this album, don't be afraid to let it grow on you on a warm summer day, driving around town with the windows down. I did...and I'm pleased with the results.)
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An unrelenting vision of hardcore storytelling. Turn off shuffle, open your booklet and get lost in it. 9 janvier 2012
Par Nicholas Foley - Publié sur Amazon.com
If there's one major reason I resent the era of online music, it's the depersonalizing effect it has on experiencing an album for the first time. F****d Up has achieved something glorious. Not only have they scripted an entire novel's worth of lyrics for this eighteen song concept album but they've made me pine for the days when it was rote to sit down with the lyric book in full immersion of the album as a product to absorb. A tangible statement of the artist's vision, ready for your full attention span and patience.

The inevitable comparisons to history's great concept albums isn't far fetched though one should consider the artistic aspirations of this Canadian hardcore outfit is still far removed from your Townshends and Corgans of the world, where pomp and grandiosity is sometimes mistaken for genius. No, F****d Up have instead chosen to tell an interesting story through a set of songs that are unrelenting in their energy. Comparisons to "Zen Arcade" are more apt. Both albums share similar character arcs and are unrelenting in the manic energy and aggression behind the music. Both albums can be exhausting and both are very notable for having every minute sound passionate, like the players are giving everything to every shriek of feedback and drumfill.

A lot's been said about Pink Eyes' vocals. They're harsh but I find it's hard to imagine the songs with any other approach. Highlight songs are "Queen of Hearts" (one of the best codas to a song I've ever heard), "Running on Nothing", "Ship of Fools" and "The Other Shoe".
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Album of the Year... by a long shot. 11 janvier 2012
Par Corky Thatcher - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Genius, pure and simple. I never thought that when I DL'd this back in July that it'd have such an effect on me, but it's stuck in my head, and on my stereo at least 2-3 times a week since then.
It's the best Husker Du album that Husker Du didn't write. Love it.
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My favorite of 2011 so far 26 juillet 2011
Par Melkor - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is my second review for this CD. I wrote a VERY long first review that never got posted. I used a censored version of the band's name in that review, but I guess that still didn't pass the mustard with the Amazon filters.

So, here is my much shorter and less eloquent review: "David Comes to Life" is like a mix of The Who's "Quadrophenia" and Black Flag's "Damaged". It is amazing and epic. Angry, yet approachable. One of the most hook filled, yet musically progressive hardcore* albums that I've heard (*I'm not even sure if that "hardcore" label is appropriate). I've listened to this CD at least once/week since it came out; and once I start listening to it, I have to play the whole thing beginning-to-end. When "Chemistry" came out, people wondered how the heck they would top that album. Well...they did.

So that's my much shorter review. Really, this is something that people will be talking about for years to come. This is a band putting out material at the top of their game. My only regret is that I already had tickets to another show when they came to town. I would give anything for them to come back around just so I could have a chance to hear this material live. Cheers.
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