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  • Audio CD (August 8, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hydrahead Records
  • ASIN: B00004WMYV
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #80,957 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Lord Chimp on February 13, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Listening to _Jupiter_, one might find it hard to believe Cave-In was once a pulverizing, technical hardcore outfit. Or...maybe not. After all, _Until Your Heart Stops_, for all its gut-shocking brutality, still showed a band with an ear for experimentation. Sluiced in those crashing riffs and blistering speed were Floydian guitarscapes and some Rush-like rhythmic interaction.
_Jupiter_ brings Cave-In to a new place. Perhaps if one had to pigeonhole it, _Jupiter_ would get lumped in with alternative rock. These guys aren't really playing metal anymore. While heavy at times -- the monstrous drumming and eponymous wall-of-guitar crush in "Big Riff" -- it can also possess a weightless cosmic atmosphere, full of shade and subtlety. "Innuendo and Out the Other" is all watery guitar chords and skillful production overlays; the instrumental "Decay of the Delay" is crying feedback and melting pulses. The differences between loud and soft are emphasized by a stunning production that lets every quiet detail shine through and weighs you down with the density of their heavy side. The vocals mostly abandon that shockingly powerful rasping scream for a smoother articulation sounding like a more organic Thom Yorke. The songwriting is all very strong and clever: the title track embraces a brilliant hook ("Jupiter, you're seemingly so right for me") with a quirky Middle Eastern guitar figure that is sheer genius: "Brain Candle" is sparkling-but-heavy guitar power pop; "Big Riff" navigates its progressive structure with subtle hooks and intelligent arrangements to a flattening climax; "New Moon" is a plaintive, thoughtful conclusion.
I hate to single anyone out and risk trivializing the work of the rest of the band, but I have to say the most amazing part of this album is Stephen Brodsky.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Ovadya on September 22, 2005
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Jupiter is, hands down, one of the best rock albums of all time. Extreme statement? Yes. Justified? You better believe it.

I discovered Cave In thanks to my friend Heather, and for that I owe her credit for most of my musical taste. I have fallen in and out of love with all of the mainstream modern rock greats: Radiohead, The Mars Volta, Incubus (I did say mainstream), Interpol, even Green Day. At the same time I rejected pop influences and searched for deeper, more visceral music: The Postman Syndrome, Hopesfall, Thrice, ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead, etc. Cave In spawned all of this with Jupiter.

I am not one to describe each song on an album, meticulously pointing its ups and downs, its mellifluous tones and chromatic pitfalls, but I will tell you that Jupiter opens with a farsical pop cacophony of addictive brilliance. The opener, aptly titled "Jupiter", invades the listener's nerves with resonating high-frequency riffs and moody percussive flows that make you question whether or not you appreciate the blunt nature of the band. Nonetheless, Cave In "keeps your seat on the edge" and coerces you to discover more of the space between modern rock.

Each subsequent song is an experiment in beauty, inciting metal, alternative, classical, and progressive tones in a aggregate class of so-called space rock. "In the Stream of Commerce", "Big Riff", and "Requiem" are staples, and they will haunt your daydreams ad infinitum.

All in all, I personally guarantee that you will love this album.

Buy Jupiter, and you'll never look back.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Corbin on April 2, 2003
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This album has been played over and over again in my car, my home stereo, my computer--everywhere that I have access--for as long as I have had it. While I love the earlier metalcore-ish Cave In, I love this album much, much more. The only way I can describe this album, is that: it is absolutely breathtaking. It is so different from anything I've ever heard, and I find it incredibly difficult (when suggesting it to my friends) to compare it to another band. No single track stands out anymore than another, not because they sound alike, but because every song is so amazing and original. While it is true that there are only 8 tracks, Jupiter is nearly 45 minutes in length; and like I implied before, every song is brilliant. The only complaint that I could possibly have about this album, is that: the lyrics in the CD jacket aren't wholly accurate.
I believe a previous reviewer, Ain Soph Aur, summed up my feelings of this album quite nicely when they said, "Some of my favorite songs are: See tracks 1 - 8."
Jupiter... a masterpiece that makes it impossible to recommend "a good song from the album".
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Arilitt on February 10, 2002
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Fans of earlier Cave In releases should take note: Cave In no longer plays the same style of evil sounding hardcore. As a band they have evolved into one of the best around. A good way to describe the new Cave In material is if Rush and Tool had a baby and it listened to Harcore, Punk, Emo and a little eastern music. Lead Singer Steve Brodsky has an amazing voice, which at times can serve as the driving force of the music, and at times can play only a supporting role. Not only that but they are lyrically sound, here's a lyrical sample from the song big riff; "Your another coat of red in hell, kill this child to make sure I'd raise him well. On the concrete road to recovery while I'm knocking over every cone in front of me"
Anyone who is a fan of experimental prog rock should definitely pick this up, and indie fans should not be afraid to pick this up either, it's just good music.
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