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Old 05.01.2009, 04:13 PM   #98
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I agree about Fake Surfers being possibly the best yet. In fact, I'm pretty sure it is. It's kinda like if The Intelligence made five more albums and then collected a greatest hits collection, then Fake Surfers would be that greatest hits collection. Every song has a different guitar sound, different vocal sound, drum sound, mood....yet it's plenty cohesive, and the songs hang together well in sequence. Crepuscule With Pacman is worth tracking down if you are a fan of the more home-recorded 4-tracky style of Boredom & Terror. It's very consistent in that style. The songs are all clever as you have come to expect from The Intelligence. AllHands, I featured this album on my blog last week, and Fake Surfers two weeks before...(in case you need a taste)
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