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Forever cascading forward in a positive direction, gleefully instinctive, No Age erupt out of your speakers, blasting away the clouds above the smoggy cityscape to reveal a solar flaring sun. With an ecstatic force bubbling around and beyond their music, they release contagious energy like they’re main-lining a field full of whirring wind turbines, while tuned into an ancient celestial ... Read more in Amazon's No Age Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 28, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sub Pop
  • ASIN: B003XX2PRW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #68,837 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Since the release of Weirdo Rippers (2007), through Nouns (2008), and beyond, LA duo No Age has earned enthusiastic notice from Pitchfork to The New Yorker, and found themselves unlikely Grammy nominees. Everything in Between sees No Age expand on the emotional force at the core of their catchy song-writing through tone, structure, noise, and samples. They've pushed themselves in challenging and different directions, deconstructing their weird-out pop songs while still maintaining their original aesthetic and intent. And, it's their best record yet.

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By J. Kerwin on November 7, 2010
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Okay, I'm 48 and I don't even try to keep up with new music anymore. Some time ago I finally reached that age where I just stopped caring (it will happen to you too). But on NPR one day recently, I heard a review by Robert Christgau of this CD. I always thought Christgau was kind of a pompous windbag, but fortunately the review included some bits of actual music from the CD. My ears perked up. I immediately ordered the CD, and once it arrived I listened to it damn near nonstop for over a week. Man oh man, this is awesome stuff, so good you feel glad you lived to hear it. There's not a bad song on this CD. If you need a point of comparison, some of it sounds quite a bit like Sonic Youth. Only better, in my opinion. To be perfectly honest, this is the best damn CD I've heard in 10 years, at least. Thanks, No Age. I may well be listening to you on my deathbed years from now.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Samuel Gentle on October 9, 2010
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No Age are one of the more successful 2 man outfits these days, the primary reason being that the sound remains extremely full despite the limited personnel. They are also as good at carving out gleeful moments as they are at brick by brick song construction all within a punk rock ethos (construction carrying 2 meanings here, as repetitive, textured, machinery sounds commonly appear). These it's-time-to-rock! moments had destined them to be mix-tape mainstays, as they generally make you elbow your friend, smile, and excitedly say, "Here comes the part!" Alternatively, on their last EP Losing Feeling, the opening title track exemplifies the way in which they have used droned out textures so purposely. They build a hazy, baseline mood that allows the listener's attention to flounder, and then later develop the percussion to aggressively regain one's attention. Although previous efforts have foreshadowed the breadth of sounds these guys dig and will pursue, the first couple tracks of their latest album Everything in Between signal a maybe less anticipated direction.

The angular, staccato guitar opener "Life Prowler" starts off sounding like Blonde Redhead and noticeably lacks their blistering, sonic assault. There are distinct layers (whose defining lines would have been defiantly obliterated on past albums), the song structures feel a bit more traditional, and the songs last longer than a few breaths. While there's definitely some grating and guitar squalling on the first tracks, it's not until "Fever Dreaming" that one is fully reassured that you're listening to No Age. It's no nonsense, fist in air power and calm in the storm spoken vocals feel refreshingly familiar. However, the mood isn't sustained and the album quickly curves back towards mid tempo construction rock.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jake C on January 18, 2011
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I understand giving an album a 1 star review for technical issues, but if you want something fixed, email amazon customer service about it. They don't read the reviews to discern problems with mp3 transfers and the like. I have never written a review before, but I saw that Everything in Between only shows a 3 1/2 star review from the shopping page and had to contribute a rating. It's an affecting rework of restrained punk with ambient touches and effects to diversify the sound, but never oppressively. You'll be happy if you own it, and you'll put it on, sometimes, when you're upset and want someone to be mad with you, because it's a punk album; and you'll put it on, too, when you're upset and want some perspective, because it's that assured and mature.
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