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Euphoric Heartbreak Import

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Editorial Reviews

2011 sophomore album from the Scottish Alt-Rock band, the eagerly anticipated follow-up to their critically acclaimed eponymous debut album. Euphoric Heartbreak contains 11 tracks which were written, demoed and tracked in Santa Monica. Recorded in London with producer Flood, the album sees the band recapture their atmospheric anthemic sound whilst moving in new directions both musically and lyrically. Contains the single "Euphoria, Take My Hand".

1. Pain Pain Never Again
2. The World Is Yours
3. You
4. Shine Like Stars
5. Whatever Hurts You Through the Night
6. Stronger Than Dirt
7. Dream Dream Dreaming
8. I Feel Wrong
9. Euphoria Take My Hand
10. Lots Sometimes
11. Change

Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 4, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Imports
  • ASIN: B004INH2KQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #499,831 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By C. Jordan on April 28, 2011
Format: Audio CD
I loved the first album, and I already love this one. The only thing that isn't as strong on this record is the mood of melancholy, which I thought was delivered so perfectly with the first album. On the other hand, Euphoric does do a better job of keeping momentum until the end of the album.

Bottomline: this is an excellent album. If you enjoyed the first, you will enjoy this.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Freden on April 6, 2011
Format: MP3 Music
I found out about these guys when they were touring with the Kings of Leon in 2009. If you liked their first Album "Glasvegas", you'll love Euphoric /// Heartbreak \\\!!

This band has a very unique sound, and it carries on to their second album. It's hard to compare anyone with a similar sound...It's a very emotional record discussing things such as old friends, an uncle's suicide, and more. You can read the track by track listing on the NME's blog:

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Take a listen, and you'll be impressed.
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Format: MP3 Music
Having read the Uncut review of this album and their description of it as "excruciating" I had intended to spring to the defence of Glasvegas and write a outraged response. Unfortunately from the silly title of the album to the music contained therein here is evidence that this up until now excellent Scottish band have succumbed to that cursed syndrome of the dreaded sophomore slump and in turn it raises a big question mark where they go to next. It was of course once all so promising. Their debut with its huge Spector wall of sound combined with James Allen's wonderful terrace anthems like "Stabbed" and "Daddy gone" sung in a tough Scottish accent, was a thing of wonder. They looked set to storm the Winter Palace and the world waited expectedly at the bottom of their size 9's. Unfortunately Euphoric is an album that sounds fine on the first listen, a little less fine on the second and by the third you are looking up the web site address for E Bay.

It is an album that is overwrought, full of bombast and Allen seems to desire to express and channel all the worlds pain through these songs and frankly rather poor lyrics. He certainly looked great the other week on Jools Holland and well done on the Lift to Experience t-shirt. But whereas Josh T Pearson's Denton crew were able to conquer up a world shaking sound into incredible songs without stepping the wrong side of hysterical, Glasvegas's shot at stadium filling sounds just doleful and racked with self pity. Certainly the album is not without merit and both the title track and the tough love song Stronger Than Dirt (Homosexuality Pt.2) are both worthy pop anthems. The two absolute standouts are the excellent "Shine like the Stars" and the "World is Yours" which brought back fond memories of Liverpool's Echo and the Bunnymen.
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By JSD on September 1, 2011
Format: MP3 Music
I loved the track, "Daddy's Gone," from a few years ago, and they have moved on to change the sound of this album. It grabbed me from the first listen and I love the sound that Flood brought to this record as the producer. The album is a cathartic experience and does have a bit of an 80's sound (my bloody valentine, DM) without being stuck in that genre. The standout track is "Euphoria," but there's much more to savor here.
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By James R. Whitaker on June 20, 2011
Format: MP3 Music
Impressive effort. James has been listening alot to Depeche Mode's Violator album. Hence the dark sonics and Flood production. There is also My Bloody Valentine in there. Not as immediate as the first album but a real grower.
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Format: Audio CD
This is a great second album. You can tell how this band has improved. Producer Flood made a great contribution and it shows.
Highly recommended!
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