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Widow City [Bonus Track] Import

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Page Artiste The Fiery Furnaces

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  • CD (6 octobre 2007)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Longtime Listener
  • ASIN : B000W1NGEY
  • Autres versions : CD  |  Album vinyle
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
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LOCAL EDITION : Contains a rare BONUS track! Inspired 2007 album of lively chamber-pop from the prolific US pair.

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Par Benjamin Lab MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 5 décembre 2007
Format: CD
Les 'Fiery Furnaces' sont un groupe sacrément inventif, pas de doute à ce sujet. Servis par une chanteuse talentueuse et des musiciens qui ne le sont pas moins, on pourra regretter que le groupe ne mette pas plus à profit son talent d'écriture pour éviter de tomber dans des boucles et des gimmicks qui finissent par être un peu lassants. Pour autant, ce groupe fait partie des sons qu'il faut connaître à l'heure actuelle car ils ont au moins le mérite d'explorer une voie du rock n' roll. Pas suffisant toutefois pour grimper aux rideaux...
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x97cbcb4c) étoiles sur 5 17 commentaires
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HASH(0x97d1d8dc) étoiles sur 5 YES, just YES 26 octobre 2007
Par Johnny Utah - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This album has completely exceeded all expectations. My background with this band is: Gallowsbirds Bark: LOVE IT, EP: LOVE IT, Blueberry Boat: HATE IT, Bitter Tea: LUKEWARM, Grandma Album: NEVER HEARD IT.

Here I was hoping for a return to the more straightforward and rocking Gallowsbirds Bark/EP type of stuff, but this is even better... they've somehow managed to take all of the freaky weird prog stuff, meld it with some dirty guitar and raw banging drums, and produced this: an endless cornucopia of tweaked-out curio that walks the perfect line between out there and in there. The weirdness has now been taken to a whole new level. Like Michael Jackson surpasses the bad barrier to become good again, the Fiery Furnaces have surpassed the weird barrier to become... Im not sure, but it just seems a LOT more palatable now.

It probably has to do with the guitar: Bitter Tea suffered from a lack of it. They also seem to have gotten a better grip on song lengths: both Bitter Tea and Blueberry Boat suffered from songs that went on at least 2 or 3 minutes too long. The genre hopping is still intact, but it's way more fun this time around: at points, Widow City almost sounds like Ween cubed, complete with kooky slowed-down vocals (but less the overuse of backwards ones, thankfully).

One thing I disagree with that I've read in other reviews is that this album should be enjoyed in small doses. NO WAY! To me, this needs to be listened to in its entirety, preferably on a good set of headphones. The centerpiece as I hear it is "Navy Nurse", it builds up to that point, and then the chorus kicks in and it's pure bliss. Right there it just smacks you over the head how sweet this stuff is, and that's not to say that "Navy Nurse" is the best song... in fact, there really isn't a weak song to be found here.

My only complaint with Widow City is the way it ends. The abrupt ending doesn't work for me here.... a drawn out chord would have been better, allowing a few seconds to digest this aural feast.
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HASH(0x97d588e8) étoiles sur 5 definitely my favorite thus far 9 octobre 2007
Par Ron Nichol - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I love these guys. It's so awesome to have a band working in the rock idiom and yet bringing so much of their own thing to it. They take some unbelievable risks that aren't always entirely successful (e.g. grandma) but when they do the payoff is well worth it. 'Widow City' is the Fiery Furnaces album I've been waiting for. It captures the heavy rock sound of their live shows, mixes in the resourceful sonic exploration of their studio work and applies it to some fantastic new material. It's a wonderful record, albeit a demanding one. Such a dense piece of work, you might feel like you've gotten the point by the middle. Just give it a rest, go outside and listen to the birds chirp for awhile, and then come back and start from where you left off. Don't give up on it until you've given the Zeppelin stomp of "Navy Nurse" or the Beatles via Mutantes "Restorative Beer" a chance to sink in. Definitely some of their absolute best material. And of course it's always a pleasure to hear Eleanor Friedberger's singing. I don't know how she pulls off some of the phrasing her brother throws at her. Her decidedly unfashionable (i.e. un-Feisty) vocals aren't going be heard in any ipod commercials anytime soon, but she's capable of some really challenging and truly beautiful work. I'm just so happy a record like this came about. It's so easy to get down on music in general these days (Britney this, RIAA that) but this album (for me at least) is a real affirmation of how great rock music has been and continues to be.
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HASH(0x97d58630) étoiles sur 5 There's really no one like the fiery furnaces 20 octobre 2007
Par Jasper Mcworthy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I can't help but be surprised by these guys at every album they release and they release so many. Matthew Friedberger even has a few solo releases that are even nuttier. They are one of the most original and interesting groups making music today. Because you can't pin them down, you can't describe them to people you just have to force them to listen. Even turned down low so you can talk to people in the car, you can't but help hear amazing changes, quick piano bits, a hard rockout guitar riff or a crazy bass driven melodic rhythm. Eleanor really has a unique voice and just floats through every track, driven by whatever it is that motivates her and I'm sure it's something no one can now but her and her talented brother, Matthew
I really like the EP album and Bluberry Boat a lot but this, I think the more I hear it sticks with me. They've found a wonderful new creative level and I hope they never stop making records cause I'll surely have to keep buying them, just like a tv show you just have to know where it's going, the same with them, I can't wait to see what they do next.
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HASH(0x97d58dbc) étoiles sur 5 Quirky, creative, fun rock / pop 22 octobre 2007
Par Thomas Thomsen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a very entertaining and enjoyable album. Those complaining about the state of the music industry need to disregard top 40 music and look elsewhere. The new releases by Iron And Wine (The Shepherd's Dog) and Devendra Banhart (Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon), as well as The Church's Uninvited Like The Clouds are also excellent, beautiful pieces of art.
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HASH(0x97d94588) étoiles sur 5 New fan of Fiery Furnaces 12 octobre 2007
Par Christopher L. Waroff - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When I first heard the Fiery Furnaces, I wasn't sure what to make of them. I definitely found them to be creative and original, but I found some of their songs annoying. But I am addicted to this album and find myself revisiting previous albums and now I have thier whole collection. I think this album is superior to Bitter Tea, because it seems more focused. Also, it has many elements that appeal to my taste: progressive rock, melody, unpredictability, and overall weirdness. Great album from one of the most original bands of the 2000's.
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