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Thrice has been a staple in the alternative-modern-rock world for nearly ten years now. With no real need for introduction, Thrice is known for effortlessly and continuously releasing groundbreaking records. Their eighth album Major/Minor is no exception.

Building off the momentum of 2009’s Beggars, Thrice (frontman/guitarist Dustin Kensrue, guitarist Teppei Teranishi, bassist ... Read more in Amazon's Thrice Store

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  • Audio CD (September 15, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Vagrant Records
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,316 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2009 album from the California Alt-Rock quartet. To take stock of Thrice's discography is to witness the dramatic evolution of a band perpetually committed to pushing their own creative boundaries, taking their music to new and breathtaking heights of expression and challenging fans to explore each startling soundscape the group conjures, while simultaneously promoting social awareness and change. From the raw power and technical onslaught of early records Identity Crisis and The Illusion of Safety, to the perfect marriage of fury and melody on The Artist In The Ambulance, to the bold, mesmerizing experimentation of Vheissu, Thrice has always been a band on the cutting edge, running well ahead of their peers. That divide is about to widen still further.

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "My heart is filled with songs of forever." September 21, 2009
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If there's one thing that can be said about Thrice, it is that they never make the same album twice. Following up the moderate success of 2003's The Artist in the Ambulance, the band produced their most expansive and experimental album to date in 2005's Vheissu. While it was an unfortunate commercial failure, it succeeded as a re-birth for the band that helped them find their true, signature sound. Perhaps to top such a feat, the band released the quadruple album, Alchemy Index, Vols. I-IV, over the course of 2007 and 2008 -- split amongst four EP's -- which saw the band break down and stretch out their style in ways we had never heard before. For their sixth studio effort, the band hunkered down at guitarist/producer Teppei Taranishi's home studio and produced "Beggars" all by themselves. Another in a long line of stunning albums from the California quartet, it's an album that will simultaneously challenge and sound like home to the band's well-established fanbase.

Like those before it, "Beggars" is an album that has Thrice sounding like themselves and yet, doesn't sound a thing like anything they've played before. It's both energetic and organic, sounding like music made by four very passionate and talented musicians, and less by some studio-tinkering. However, that's not to say that it pales in comparison to the production values of its predecessors, in fact, "Beggars" goes so far as to not only prove the band can create an enormous sound all on its own, but that they have the song-writing chops to back it up.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Excellence Continues On...... September 15, 2009
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It is a true pleasure to watch these four musicians grow with each release. I think it's fair to say that starting with Artist in The Ambulance in 2003 the band has had a steady increase in two departments, development in songwritting and a keen sense of experimentation. These area's being fully realized on 2005's Vheissu, an absolute masterpiece, completely setting them apart from their musical peers.

That being said, Beggars has had alot to live up to.

I'm glad to say that the growth continues, and there are a few surprises along the way. The first thing that is apparent upon listening to the album for the first time is Dustin Kensrue's vocals. Step back, take a moment, and take a listen to tracks off of 2002's album "Illusion of Saftey", then go back to "Beggars", he has grown ito a full fledged vocalist and singer, at times (dare i say) on the new album moments that bring Jeff Buckley to mind (see title track).

The Second thing listners should take notice of on "Beggars" is how tightly woven and intricate the musicianship is throughout the album. The instumentation is spectacular, particularly the guitar lines coming from the fret play of guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Teppei Teranishi. And that rhythm section provided by the thumping bass of Ed Breckenridge, and massive yet presice drumming of Riley Breckenridge. They have the feel of a band that now know it's strengths and weaknesses, and uses that to their full advantage. They just sound flat-out GREAT on "Beggars" people.

Their are few albums that I believe can be appreciated on the same level by both newcomers and old fans alike, and "Beggars" is one of those albums. I look forward to many repeated listens, finding new depth to each song and enjoying what Thrice has put together on this album..............Highly Recommended.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Exceptional September 23, 2009
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Thrice have always been unsurpassed when it comes to experimenting with different styles of music, and seem to always put out amazing albums no matter what they are delving in currently. Beggars is the culmination of their musical journey from Hardcore Punk to Atmospheric Rock and everything in between. You won't find anything remotely close to Vheissu, Artist, or Illusion on this record...and it works quite good for them. Dustin's songwriting and singing has matured so much over the years that the new raw mold of Alternative Rock is a perfect niche for him and the band. I can listen to this album from start to finish and by the closing self titled track I always as impressed as I was the first listen. I'd say this album could easily be up for Album of the Year if only Thrice had more mainstream recognition, but the few of us who are blessed enough to appreciate and enjoy Thrice's work...this will be a record that doesn't collect dust on the shelf for years to come. I highly recommend it.

Standout Tracks:
The Weight
In Exile
Wood and Wire
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Thank You Thrice! September 21, 2009
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Finally, I have been waiting for a good Thrice album since Vheissu. I can say that I hated all the stupid Alchemy Index cd's. They pissed me off and almost made me stop listening to Thrice. But anyway, enough about my past with Thrice.

Beggers starts out with solid beats and amazing singing that Dustin doesn't hold back. I love every song on this album. I look at it as Vheissu Part 2. The lyrics are truly amazing on this album and it sounds like they are finally having fun with their music again. The beats are catchy and the sound is very defined.

Some songs are slowler, but I don't mind that them, I actually prefer the harder songs where Dustin's scream is almost heard. Each one of the instruments sticks out perfectly well too. I'm glad because not many bands have their instruments stick out on their own. I really enjoy this album to the full extent as Vheissu is my second favorite album next to Identity Crisis. Thrice is finally back to their original sound and I'll gladly buy any of their cd's as long as they keep their sound like this.

Stand out songs:

All The World is Mad
In Exile
The Great Exchange
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5.0 out of 5 stars Stripped Down Excellence
After all the experimentation that went into the Alchemy Index EP's, Thrice returned with a much more stripped down affair this time around, but no less brilliant. Read more
Published 1 month ago by Skippy
5.0 out of 5 stars thrice!
Great album, great lyrics, and awesome songwriting. All of Thrice's albums are more than worth the money. Read more
Published 2 months ago by payaintworthit
5.0 out of 5 stars Favorite Album for a season of my life
Amazing album, great lyrics, great music, it is produced well, but not produced into the ground. I love their style. Thanks, Thrice!
Published 13 months ago by YourFriendlyITHelpdesk
5.0 out of 5 stars Simply amazing from start to finish
I lost all interest in Thrice for whatever reason after "The Artist in the Ambulance" aside maybe two songs off of "Vheissu". Read more
Published 20 months ago by A Ramsey
5.0 out of 5 stars This one.
This, like most of the Thrice albums, just keeps getting better and better. The first time I heard it, none of the songs really called my attention. Read more
Published on January 2, 2012 by »ƒor Serious?«
5.0 out of 5 stars Best album of the year!
Thrice is easily one of the best artistic band's out there. With each album comes a completely different sound which is even greater than the previous. Read more
Published on July 31, 2011 by Warborn
3.0 out of 5 stars Some great tracks that grow on you, but still...
...This is not in line with their best releases. You'll find moments of greatness tossed all across the disc, but nothing in the way of a cohesive masterpiece. Read more
Published on June 26, 2011 by Shane Windham
5.0 out of 5 stars Possibly the best Thrice album yet
When "All The World Is Mad" kicks into gear you know that Thrice has once again taken a different approach. This time around they decided to take a raw approach and well... Read more
Published on June 9, 2011 by bmorek0703
5.0 out of 5 stars A great album that I'm not fond of...
Okay, let me start out by saying that I, personally, DO NOT like Beggars. I liked Thrice in their 2002-2003 days with Illusion Of Safety and The Artist In The Ambulance so much... Read more
Published on June 3, 2011 by Kyle Nikitow
5.0 out of 5 stars Thrice's finest work
Beggars is an outstanding piece of music. It is hard to sum up the sequences of disjointed intensity or calmed dancing found in these songs. Read more
Published on December 30, 2010 by huffandpuffwifflebat
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This album is amazing!
I love the new album, it's so good. Thrice rule. I've been a fan since The Illusion of Safety. I'm looking forward to their future albums. :)
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