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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Relativity Entertainment
  • ASIN: 5558390638
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)

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A musician collective with a roster sprawling across the country, The Sound of Animals Fighting have staked out a corner of the modern music landscape with their distinct style, shifting pool of guest artists and unique production methods. Founded by a core group of artists, the band-starting with 2005's Tiger and the Duke-reaches out across barriers of genre and medium to up-and-coming ... Read more in Amazon's The Sound of Animals Fighting Store

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An open mind will reveal some love for this ...
Dust D
There are a few tracks that I really don't care for that seem to be more noise then music (like "Chiriacho Summit"), but that just isn't my taste.
Ashley K
Get the last track "There Can Be No Dispute..." if you like wasting money.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By ultraviolent zero on June 19, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Ive been reading the reviews for Lover, the Lord Has Left Us and I was pretty surprised. I realize that the album is on a different plane then what many are used to, with the chanting and the seemingly displaced "noise". But to call it pretentious is a little harsh. Sure TSOAF are trying to create something new, but they are decently cutting-edge. To be pretentious, TSOAF has to consist of charlatans who are trying to be something that theyre not. So how can you tell that this isnt the REAL TSOAF? You cant. Their discography is meager in amount and to judge this band on how theyre supposed to sound by an 8 track, 4 song ep is just an irresponsibly bad assumption, and we all know what happens when you assume. This album is just another art effort by TSOAF and I truly respect them for being different. So why dont people like the album? Because its nothing like The Tiger and the Duke. Dont get me wrong, I love that album, but how can someone call TTATD a creative voyage through music and experimentation and LTLHLU pretentious? If anything, TSOAF have found themselves deep within the forest that they began to explore on their first album. What did you expect, another TTATD? Why would you want a band as artistic, creative, and daring as TSOAF to remain on the same platform when they obviously have the wings to ascend? According to many, the only way for TSOAF to be original is to stick to their old sound. Oxymoronic? Id like to think so. TSOAF is without doubt different. Their individuality, although strived for, is not an act. I would recommend this album the same way I would recommend Omar A. Rodruiguez Lopez, or Godspeed! You Black Emperor, or the Mahavishnu Orchestra (I am by no means comparing these artists, just stressing their individuality) LTLHLU is unique. Find an album like it and you deserve a medal. In the meantime, listen to this album, just dont expect ANYTHING.

P.S. Cove Reber isnt even in TSOAF, thank god.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Gregory Neuberger on June 6, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I really just couldn't get into it. I am a huge fan of Tiger and the Duke and was anticipating this album highly. When i first listened to it I was dissapointed. I found it slow and uninteresting in some parts. So I tried listening to it numerous times and while I can listen to some tracks I tend to skip over many and get bored. Is this album artsy? Yes. Do they have talent? Yes. But it just isn't my taste.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dust D on June 7, 2006
Format: Audio CD
So I like many others here... jumped to the same conclusion after giving Lover, The Lord Has Left Us a listen. This isn't Tiger and the Duke... this is totally different, awkwardly different even. Immediately I was dissappointed because it did'nt have the same "rock out" portions like Tiger and The Duke... nor much to sing a long with. The mistake was that I gave up on the album after one listen. After about3 or 4 I started to pick out some of the beauties of the album... the creativity... the (although slow at times) flow from song to song... and the feeling of hearing a modern day jam session come to life. Do yourself a favor, listen to it... but listen to it without expecting more of the same. If you really think about it, experimental music is supposed to be different...fresh...brand new, not cookie cutter or repeat. This is definitely neither of those two. An open mind will reveal some love for this ...
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By S. Smith on June 1, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Ok so I started listening to "Tiger and The Duke" and

personaly I thought it was brilliant.

The bands they the members are in are a joke compared to

TSOAF. It completely astonished me.

So a few months later I hear of "Lover, The Lord Has Left Us"

and i'm intreguied, from the reviews on myspace and their website.

I did download the cd first, and I was shocked.

Shocked in a good way; therefore saying this cd is brilliant.

It is nothing compared to TATD. You cannot compare these cd's because they are two different pieces of art in two different catagories.

OMG I HATE IT BECAUSE ANTHONY GREEN IS ONLY IN TWO SONGS!!!!.

If I hear thatone more time i'll choke a bitch.

This is art, this is inspiration, this is music in a pure form.

It's not sugar coated, it's free thinking minds producing a brilliant album. It's hard to get into for some but for others, this album will leave a mark in music history.

Highlights:

Skullflower

My Horse Must Lose

Stockhausen Es Ist Ihr Gehirn Das Ich Suche

This Heat

Horses In The SKy

Heretic

Be prepaired scene kids, your beautiful bands are becomming smart and not relying on fashion anymore.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Charlie Cool Kid Craver on July 6, 2006
Format: Audio CD
So ever since this cd has came out I've seen kids saying a bunch of different things about it.

In my opinion if you say it's a horrible, you must be pretty close minded.

yeah when I first heard TSOAF was coming out with CD I expected another high energy crazy rip my face off CD but what I got was a frickin' masterpiece.

The worst way to listen to this cd is close minded. TSOAF was defiantly going for something different and they the only ones so far that can pull of something.

Kids, I swear you complain when a band goes mainstream or is even mentioned on MTV. but when something comes out different you think it's too much. this CD is by far one of thee best CDs I've heard so far.listen to it open mindedly. This CD is glorious but you have to listen to it not just judge it because it's different than other bands.
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