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Old 08.19.2008, 10:48 AM   #45
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so.. i've just heard 'turn on the bright lights' album, and it's good, song stella was a driver..., and nyc are the best i think.

yes, turnonthebrightlights is perhaps one of the greatest debut albums ever! such a rough edge, like heroin! it reminds me so much of what was good about the early 90s, and the sound but the vibe and energy. too bad antics was such a horrifying let down of a follow up, thought I really enjoyed the last one, Our Love to Admire, I think it is near equal in calliber to the first, perhaps a Glock.40 to the Glock.357 that was TOTBL

rolland is the best track of them all, especially that "shushh" in the beginning, that and the "shushh" at the beginning of deftones 'be quiet and drive' still give me chills just remembering..
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