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The feeling of solitude is masterfully described, as they had hoped for, within the music and the images.
A lot of people say good music isn't coming out anymore but I think this album is proof that if you're willing to look, good music is still being made.
It contains a very distinct, "fluttering" cascading piano melody atop a rather depressing, yet lush guitar riff.
This is a two disk album that contains the original work and remixes of the originals. If you plan on ripping this album to your computer, rip the remix first. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kimberly De Boer
Firstly, this is a fantastic post rock album. Beautiful, delicate, and emotionally driving. If you want to hear more about it, I suggest reading reviews from professional sites. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Timothy Ernst
GREAT ALBUM, WISH MORE MUSIC WAS MADE LIKE THIS INSTEAD OF THAT GARBAGE RAP UNEDUCATED TRASH THAT PROMOTES VIOLENCE AND MURDER AND RAPE.Published 11 months ago by Gabriel
I am a middle school teacher, and I play Explosions in the SKy during our study hall to give the students some music to listen to. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jeni Lill
Let me start off by saying I am referring to the packaging used by the record label, not Amazon. Their packaging continues to be the benchmark for quality, protective transit of... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ryan Manzer
I can't get enough of this band, but this is my first of their albums to listen to on vinyl and I must say that their sound really benefits from the formatPublished 15 months ago by Clay Crocker
The title says it all, i simply love this band and this album. Bought this for my collection.
A friend introduced me to this cd, and I am greatful he did as it give you other avenues to travel per music, and other genres.Published on February 1, 2013 by djay156
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