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this, in my opinion is one of there best. it mixes the slow and sad songs with the rockin songs. each song is a gem. Read morePublished 4 months ago by nick smith
Sometimes you gotta dig a little deeper to find today's golden bands. This is one of those bands ;) This band has all of the swag of Awolnation and all of the sounds of Johnny... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bushido
I love Boxer, High Violet, and the new one.
This one stinks.
Sounds bad, not interesting, not memorable.
I want to return it.
Ever hear a band that has been around for a while and think: "How have I not heard about these guys!" That's the case with The National. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Gabriel Grey
I really enjoy The National, but I have to say that Alligator is about where I start liking their whole albums. Read morePublished 14 months ago by B. Linder
Acoustic masterpieces of sound. An umdersing recotd. Strains of wilco, sonic youth and Leonard Cohen but withvtheir owm voice and some lovely jamming.Published 15 months ago by maxwax
Another great album from The National. Their songs portray the daily grind of America as a mix of desperation, lust, longing and commitments.tPublished 16 months ago by C. K.
Especially love Available! I've been a fan for a couple albums, but the new record made me go back and listen to their older stuff that I'd missed. Loving it all.Published 17 months ago by monet2u
You can definitely understand how this album lead us to the awesomeness of what The National have become. It's a great listen. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Papa Moose