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  • CD (13 mai 2014)
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  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00JEK4A2G
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Mme Richard le 14 décembre 2014
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Un peu frileux au départ sur ce nouveau disque suite au changement de 3 des membres du groupe, j'ai été agréablement surpris par la fraîcheur des compositions vraiment de très bonne qualité. Moins produit que le précédent mais tout aussi bon.
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jingle, jangle, crackle, pop. 14 mai 2014
Par Robert C. Delfino - Publié sur Amazon.com
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gently melodic, piercing melodies, beautifully crafted songs: this is what the pains give you on 'days of abandon' and more. yes, they are far and away my favourite american indie band but i promised myself i wouldn't be biased in this review. opening track, "art smock" opens the record and sets the tone for the remaining nine tracks, all gooey and dripping with melodic sneer (and they reference one of my all-time favourite bands felt!), this song spells trouble for the bulk of so called indie bands thriving/barely surviving right now (the black keys, the lumineers. et al....). the first single "simple and sure" is better than anything on 'the pains' or 'belong' and the perfect choice for a lead-off single/video, all glitz and shine. this should hopefully see these kids get the reverence they really deserve. highly, highly recommended.
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Less Goth, More Gloss? 16 mai 2014
Par Matthew J. Hill - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When I first listened to “Day of Abandon”, I couldn’t help wondering, “What happened to my little indie shoe-gaze band?” But after half dozen album cycles of jangle-pop bliss; I no longer felt the need to mourn the reverb drenched feedback of their excellent debut.

Right from the start, Kip Berman and company have shown an incredible knack for capturing the vintage alternative sounds of the 80’s and 90’s. However, “The Pains” nostalgic reverence for post-punk icons has somehow prevented them from developing a distinctive voice.

“Days of Abandon” attempts remedy this situation by employing clearer more spacious production, placing the vocals up front, and introducing unexpected instrumentation. Stately horns and shimmering synthesizers emerge in measured doses throughout, creating pleasant buoyancy without disturbing the melancholy undertones of Berman’s lyrics. The most notable change is the addition of Jen Goma from “A Sunny Day in Glasgow”, whose crystalline vocals supply emotive harmonies, complementing Berman’s plaintive warble. The mood considerably brightens when Goma takes the lead on “Kelly” and “Life After Life”; so much so, that you are momentarily convinced you have been transported to a different album.

Overall, “Days of Abandon” is entirely satisfying; however, it is not the breakout moment fans might have expected. Still, there is much to be admired here, as the band continues to expand its sound, with the promise better things to come.
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A More Sugary Direction For The Pains 20 mai 2014
Par Dave - Publié sur Amazon.com
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While maintaining the core sound of their previous work, this album is a definite shift toward a gentler and more sugary sound for The Pains of Being Pure At Heart. There's more of an emphasis on keyboards and the guitar is less hard edged, the drumming a bit more restrained. Most of it sounds like the type of music you'd expect to hear in a 80's John Hughes film. A couple songs, Kelly and Life After Life, feature Peggy Wang on lead vocals and have a softer feel to them. More rocking songs like "Come Saturday" are not to be found on this album. I give it about 3 and a half stars, I'll always like their debut better but there's a definite 80's nostalgia appeal to be enjoyed on this album if you're in the mood for it.
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light & bouncy, hook-filled pop songs 29 mai 2014
Par Charlie Quaker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Maybe the best thing about the 3rd release by this New York band is the strangely erotic cover art by
Lee Jinju—which isn’t to say it’s a bad album…TPOBPAH play light & bouncy, hook-filled pop songs
with an over-the-shoulder glance at heartache. Feathery-gorgeous twee-pop tunes take the lead, leaving
the shoegaze/dream-pop roar of 2011’s “Belong” further in the back-ground. There’s an embraceable
beauty in the predictably smooth flow of the music and the sweet, comforting vocals; but I find both the
songwriting and the delivery less compelling that the last album. Still, it’s a relaxing bit of summer afternoon
pop with a quiet appeal. Members have played with A Sunny Day In Glasgow, The Depreciation Guild, Ice
Choir. Some similarities to the Field Mice, Belle & Sebastian, Orange Juice, Foxygen, the Sundays, Summer Cats.
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Pain Never Sounded Sunnier 2 juin 2014
Par J. Hubner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
There has been a gradual move for New York City's The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart; from a rough-around-the-edges sound on their debut to something resembling a sunny 80s pop sheen on their newest long player Days Of Abandon. The change is subtle, but there. On their debut album there was a slight darkness to the fuzzy pop hooks. You got the feeling My Bloody Valentine and Teenage Fanclub were spun quite a bit in the band's formative years. On their sophomore effort We Belong the band traded 4AD grit for Smashing Pumpkins grandiosity. Big guitar crunch took the place of shoegaze and post-punk flair. With Days Of Abandon the Pains' have embraced 80s FM radio and junior high dance soundtracks. It works for them, but I can't help pine for some of that darkness that's been lit up by neon lights.

"Art Smock" opens the album with a whispered vocal and musical refrain. At times this track sounds like Ezra Koenig stopped in to help out in the vocal department. "Beautiful You" could have been playing over the closing credits of any John Hughes film. Any of 'em, just take your pick. I'm picking 'Some Kind of Wonderful'. He didn't direct it, but he wrote it. "Coral and Gold" is an atmospheric little gem. You get the feeling there's some pain behind those words, "I've been waiting for you, just waiting for you, When you gonna turn? I've been tracking your spine, mixing your blood with mine, When you gonna turn?" The song builds into a beautiful crescendo before lilting at the end. "Eurydice" is that Bruce Springsteen and Pat Benatar collaboration we never got. At one point towards the end of the song I swear that Pat Benatar is singing the song's refrain. "I turned cold in September air, I wanted to follow you anywhere, but you weren't anywhere I could go" Berman sings as the band pumps up the chest-thumping moxie. "Masokissed" is big guitars and big keys that makes one long for a convertible and a sunset to drive into.

Days Of Abandon is one lilting heartbreak put to 80s sunshine after another. It's a solid album. The biggest problem here is the lack of grit and grime that The Pains' used to their advantage back in 2009. There's nothing wrong with some sunshine and optimistic synths. It's just that once in a while a fuzzy melody and terse vocal help to make the album a more relatable experience. The once dark and tragic is replaced with something more universal, or "one size fits all".

Regardless, it's a solid album that will soundtrack many summer parties and drives at dusk.
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