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Mêlez des rythmes punk-pop avec des structures hardcore, saupoudrez le chant d'emo, rajoutez des riffs bien Metal et vous obtenez l'un des groupes déjà références pour les Fall Out Boys, Thursday et Taking Back Sunday ! Découvrez les 2 premiers albums du groupe.
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The album opens with Identity Crisis, one of the best on the album and an excellent way to open it. Brings you right into the feel of the music, your immediately taken in; swallowed up.
Then in Phoesnix Ignition comes a good acoustic intro, some good lyrics and then into one of the heavier tracks with an excellent bridge in the middle tieing the song together.
In your hands combines some good riffs and harmonies used with the lyrics, well executed to give a great song.
Then To What End is very much the bands emotions towards parts of life, again there are great riffs and lyrics.
Ultra Blue, my second favorate, a truely amazing piece of music. The lyrics combined with supporting guitar is amazing. The guitar on its own is superb, especially in the bridge/solo.
As The Ruin Falls is another heavy song but fits in well with the aura of the other tracks. Leads well into the next track.
The Next Day I wouldn't class as a song but the eye of the storm, a little piece or maybe an interval. With the storm in the background and the soft guitar is quite relaxing and in its own way is an emotion of the band, relaxed and happy.
After that brief interlude we lead back into another of the heaviest tracks, A Torch To End All Torches, the heavy guitar is well placed and gives great effect, alot of thought went into this song and was well worth it. The Next Day lingers on in this track with a calm to it all and well brought back into the song with the heavy guitar.
Unquestioned Answers was a good intro and some great guitar, then topped with good vocals and lyrics.
The second best intro takes place in Under Par, amazing guitar. Then the heavy guitar takes over and helped by the vocals makes an excellent song.
And finally the best song with the best intro, T&C, amazing! Truely something that should be in a musical history book. It is amazing, every part is played perfectly and every element of the song is great with each other. The vocals, the guitar, the everything, there is nothing better that this, i can't think of anything that can top it. Then leads into a climax at the end as the album is brought to an end. The CD could be bought for this one track alone it's so good.
Every song is 10/10, truely amazing and just adds to an amzing album, then Thrice followed this up with two more excellent albums. This is a must buy, if you don't you have a problem and should see a psychiatrist. The best album of the best band.
Like Thursday's lead, their singer can go from singing to screaming in seconds. Along with the fast pace, it goes very well. They remind me mostly of AFI, another band that intertwines singing and screaming at a fast pace. Anyhow, I really should stop making comparisions, I'm just trying to think of ways to describe their sound. The lyrics on this cd are very good, well written and deep, especially on the title track "Identity Crisis".
The guitar and basslines are also very good, keeping the pace nice and fast and having a harder edge to them. The drum work is also good, setting the pace very well. Also look out for some nifity guitar solos in "To What End" and "T & C".
My favorite tracks would be "Identity Crisis", which sets the setting for the cd perfectly, "In Your Hands", a really good song without any screaming, "Ultra Blue", which is really cathcy, and "To What End" and "T & C" for their awesome instrumentations.
So, do not overlook these guys. They are really good and have a really awesome cd out. I'm hopefully going to see them live one day, pending on when they come to my area or not, I really hope they do.
The melody of the opening title track is simply irrestible, and the variation in their music is demonstrated by the second track Phoenix Ignition, which opens like an acoustic ballad and then develops into the heaviset song on the album, remaining powerful yet melodic. Other highlights come towards the end, with the powerful Torch To End All Torches, the memorably melodic Unquestioned Answers and Under Par showing their metal influences, before finishing on a high with Teppei's solo in T&C.
My main grip with the album is that it finishes too early, with 11 fairly short tracks, one of which (The Next Day) is a simple 1 minute instrumental which really can't be considered a song at all. Still, at least it means there isn't a surplus minute on the album, and packed into a short space of time you get enough brilliant songs to persuade you to hit the repeat button. You're not being short-changed here. Even the poppier songs like Ultra Blue (which the band claim to hate) and In Your Hands have a heavy underpinning and don't get irritating. In fact, it's a pity that todays "pop punk" merchants don't write songs more like Ultra Blue.
For a debut album, the production, musicianship and songwriting are simply superb; light years ahead of their demo release. It's easy to see why this album won Thrice such rave reviews in the US underground; it's a CD worthy of any collection, and one which is worth many repeat listenings. If you liked Thrice's album The Illusion Of Safety, then it's a must buy. And if you're wondering which one to buy, buy them both! (this is my personal favourite; most fans prefer the later IOS, but both are steets ahead of most of their contemporaries)
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