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Blue Screen Life CD, Import

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  • CD (1 octobre 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Pias
  • ASIN : B00005O11L
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
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Trois ans après un premier album brodé main, entre classicisme pop-folk et ingrédients discrètement numériques, Pinback nous revient avec ce qui constitue une fois de plus une collection de chansons parfaites et intemporelles. Ce Blue Screen Life apparaît comme un nouveau plaidoyer en faveur d'une certaine nonchalance instrumentale et d'une excellence mélodique faussement naïve, toujours admirablement relayée par les entrelacs vocaux de ses deux artisans. Mais, à l'heure de ce deuxième album, Armistead Burwell Smith IV et Robert Rulon Crow Junior savent aussi varier les plaisirs et étendre les frontières de leur univers à des ambiances plus heurtées ("Prog", "Your Sickness" ou le divin "Offline P.K."). En assurant le changement dans la continuité, Blue Screen Life ne charme peut-être pas autant que son prédécesseur mais fait de nouvelles promesses, toujours autant gorgées d'une sève mélodique qui s'avère un délicieux poison lent. --Fabrice Courdan

Critique

Rock indie west coast. Après leur confidentiel This is Pinback sorti en 1999, le duo californien augmenté du batteur Tom Zinsor remet le couvert pour ce deuxième album qui confirme son goût pour les morceaux complexes aux instrumentations variées et aux harmonies aussi chiadées qu’éthérées. Si “cette vie sur écran bleu” apparaît au premier abord vaguement soporifique, cette succession de chansons éthérées à l’atmosphère rêveuse finissent par séduire et envoûter l’auditeur. Il faudrait sans doute des mélodies un peu plus accrocheuses pour hisser l’ensemble en première division, mais l’on pourra prendre un plaisir certain à l’écoute de ces balades automnales au parfum aussi délicat qu’entêtant. -- Compact

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Avec ce genre d'album, on aimerait dire "achetez-le les yeux fermés...et si vous n'aimez pas, je vous rembourse". Les retours seraient limités...mais ne prenons pas de risques. Pinback donne le meilleur d'une Pop Low-fi dans la lignée de Folk Implosion. 12 titres aux mélodies imparables. L'un des meilleurs disques de ces dernières années.
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Ce disque est un grand album de rock américain indépendant : ballades romantiques, mélodies, rythmes répétitifs et lancinants, rien n'est à jeter, tout est à savourer.
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Amazon.com: 4.7 étoiles sur 5 58 commentaires
26 internautes sur 28 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Delicate Pop! 20 décembre 2001
Par Eliphas Levi - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As a "crusty old goth" with a penchant for emo-core and all things swirly and mopey (including delta and chicago blues, incidentally), my review should be read with a certain suspcion toward my aesthetic credentials. Even so, other reviews on this page are really misguided in even the most partially negative assessment. This sophomore effort finds Pinback have found the perfect way to settle into the odd pop chair, finding their sweetspot: delicate melodies punctuating with a twingly (is that a word?) percussive baseline, sweet male voices that oscillate between quirk and caresses. The stand-out song here is "Penelope," which, is simply a miraculous in its ability to commuicate a sense of "caring" (in the sense of "holding out," or taking that paternal risk); with headphones flying from Salem OR to Minneapolis after a long and stressful visit looking for work, deeper listening brought me to tears. Of course, we invest all sorts of personal things into music that are not "in the music." But we all tend to gravitate to music that is investible, and this band produces some excellent stuff for mending memories and making moments. If you enjoy emo-core--from Neutral Milk Hotel to Trembling Blue Stars, the Sea and the Cake, and similar ilk--this is a must have. Blue screen life will be hard for this band to top. It is mature and visonary pop, worthy of its cute song titles in a non-commercializable way (someone keep VW away from this!). Good and solid stuff
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 YOU ARE THE ENEMY... 1 octobre 2005
Par Hilary - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Pinback BLOWS me away. I consider my taste in music to be very diverse, with a tendency to love obscure indie rock-pop, from the last three decades (talk talk, split enz to elliot smith and death cab). Pinback delivers some of the best, most consistent music I've heard in YEARS. I started with Summer in Abaddon and was weak in the knees, then I acquired their debut album and could barely stand...and now, Blue Screen Life has about knocked the breath right out of me. I haven't gotten through the entire back catalog because I can't stop listening to the three albums I have in my hands. Words cannot express how fascinating this band is - intricate & complicated with a simple, straightforward delivery. Their transitions are SICK. They put their contemporaries (death cab, the shins, the killers) to SHAME. I love all of the aforementioned bands, but Pinback slaughters them in delivering well conceived, perfectly executed, diversified albums that you can listen to from front to back, over & over. How many albums can you say that about? They are heavenly. The standouts are XIY, Boo, Concrete Seconds, Bbtone, Prog, Pene... oh, screw it - every song is GREAT!
11 internautes sur 12 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 straddling the line between true art and pop 8 novembre 2002
Par brian bean - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I was very hesitant to purchase this cd. i had only heard maybe two songs on the local independent station and it had been a long time since, but what i heard had resonated so clearly with me that for the next 5 months every time i was in a record store i picked up this album looked it over, counting the track numbers trying to decide if it was worth the [$$$] price tag. i couldn't remember, and listening to song samples on-line didn't help much. finally i bought it. it has been a few months and i now own a signed copy of a tour ep, two shirts, their first full length and i'm purchasing the "some voices" ep today. when i got in my car i immediately tore the obnoxious plastic wrap and that rediculously sticky bar code label off the cd and popped it in. the guitars in the first song, "offline pk," start out like a hail storm on a tin roof. then when the vocals come in i immediately noticed their incredible tone despite the way they seem to try to sneak the words in between the guitars as if they're trying not to disturb the interplay. so i assumed it was going to be a joan of arc-ish, artsy album. but in each line a little more guitar and a little more vocals are added to complete the picture of the chorus. before you know it you're there and the pieces have come together so well that even upon first listen you realize you've stumbled upon something incredible. the rest of the album follows a similar pattern although concrete seconds and penelope are so right on the money that you feel like jello and can't help to sing along..."and everything i say to you is gonna come out wrong anyway." -so true, so true. prog has emerged as my current favorite but that has changed so many times that i can't really say one is better than another. it's like a completely different language is being spoken in each. i cringed when i first heard the funkadelic bass line thinking it was going to be a stinker. but i forgot what i had learned. they are artists at peeling away what doesn't work guiding you down a path to what does, and what does tickles something in you that not much else ever has. the overall feeling of the album is both dynamic yet soothing. i can't remember the last time a band could make me feel both ways at once. the only thing i can compare them to is american analog set as i haven't heard much of armistead's or rob's other stuff. but they have so many more layers than american anolog set. where american analog set excel at minimalism pinback excel in every direction. seville and tres are the most underappreciated songs on the album. when seville starts out i can't help but to picture the white lane lines on a freeway ticking by to the beat. there's something cold and lonely about it. but then the guitars start charming in like an approaching rainstorm and they sync up with the bass line right before the drum beats decide the soothing rhythm. some songs start with many layers that are peeled away to reveal a few amazing melodies and harmonies yet other's add layer upon layer never taking away from the one prior. what makes this work are the incredible vocals that frame the instruments perfectly and tie it all together. this album is a paradox but it's not. as with many of the lyrics, at times things don't make sense but when it's all over you feel as if somehow it did. it's hard to describe why i love this album, all i know is that i can't get enough of it and it was definitely worth the price. i've bought plenty of cd's since, yet this is still the one that remains the warmest. it may take a week, but this album will remove the crust from your eyes to show you what good indie-pop should be.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 And then there is Pinback... 1 février 2004
Par Dre13 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
While driving, I noticed the frigid, moonlit night looked unbelievable at 3am. Somewhere, between here and home the sounds were perfect, and I stopped by a frozen lake to smoke a cigarette, my back on the hood, counting constellations, this cd leaking out the windows. Once in a while you find cd 's that remind you why you love music in the first place. This is one of them.

A jab in the face of stagnant music, this album is fresh, intelligent and bold. Two people are responsible for what you hear on this record, and it's a true testament to human creativity. From the very first few notes on this album to the last musical exclamation, this album is consistent in painting a unique picture of thoughtful observation, while somehow being so inexplicably catchy and unforgettable. Soothing and yet dark, beautiful but somehow unsettling, complex but not too complicated, this album explores everyday muses and remote philosophical ideas, never being too conceptual for its own good. It is almost frightening how proficient Zack Smith IV and Rob Crow are at being able to create an atmosphere you can lose yourself in completely. Also striking is how the bassist does most of the work on this album, blowing away anything you ever thought you knew about the instrument.

This band has redefined a sound with this honest, ambient and introspective record in the meeting of beauty and loneliness, maybe on that lake that night.
10 internautes sur 12 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Almost Great. 8 novembre 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When I first heard "Offline P.K." I listened to it repeatedly. It was an excellent track that covered new musical territory with its layered vocals, soothing harmonies, and unusual production techniques. "Offline P.K." and the track that follows are alone worth the price of admission to this CD.
My complaint: a good band traces new musical territory; a great band traces new musical territory and then probes deeply into that territory's boundaries. (check Built to Spill or ace-fu-label-mates Ex-Models). I feel that Pinback is basically content to stay near the center of their musical terrain, which makes most tracks on the album sound... about the same.
Don't get me wrong, this is a good album and Pinback is a good band... but they're not yet at their creative peak. I look forward to their future releases.
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