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  • Vinyl (August 10, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Dualtone Music Group
  • ASIN: B003QLED58
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,482 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. 8 Years
2. Our Names
3. Heartbeat
4. The Cradle
5. Everything Is The Same
6. She Don't Talk
7. Each Works
8. Mona Lisa
9. Brought To Life
10. Reno

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The Oxford, MS band dubbed a "Band To Watch" by Stereogum and the "best edge-of-your-seat energy since The Arcade Fire" by Paste -- have crafted their strongest statement to date with new album 'The Cradle,' out August 10 on New Fear/Dualtone. The band has been whittled down to core members Jesse Coppenbarger (vocals, guitars) and Sean Kirkpatrick (guitar, vocals), and the resulting consolidation of creative energy has reinvigorated the group, resulting in a 10 song album that focuses the band's wild-eyed, textured, standing at the edge of the world rock.

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Recalls the swooning guitar-driven romanticism of artists like Jeff Buckley and early Radiohead. --Pitchfork

Broken Social Scene-tinged dream pop, post-rock meltdowns, Isaac Brock s vocal assaults, and
dirty, post-grunge dynamics. --Stereogum

Like Modest Mouse and Les Savy Fav, Colour Revolt captures rock riffs in the act of going haywire. --Paste Magazine

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By FinnSpin on January 2, 2011
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I don't really write good reviews, just chiming in here. I really like this band and this album. Beautiful voices. Smart arrangements. The opener, "8 Years" drops all the hooks to satisfy. "Everything Is The Same" is the ballad, side-one closer. "Each Works" is another beautiful ballad. "Mona Lisa" rocks. argh! I suck at writing reviews, but I really enjoyed listening to this.
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I have been following Colour Revolt since their debut EP and they seem to be running wild and growing as songwriters while still remaining under the radar and in the shadow of more popular bands of the genre garnering underwhelming or maybe non-existent acclaim. This album is no different in it's overlooked beauty.

Songs like '8 years', 'Mona Lisa' and the title track, 'The Cradle', boldly display the band's Indie chops and showcase their prowess and ability to be the flagship for an ever-more-popular genre. Frontman Jesse Coppenbarger's honest lyrics and sense of melody lead the band and the listener on an intense journey through emotive soundscapes and in-your-face integrity.

For fans of Biffy Clyro, Cursive and anyone appreciative of non-cheesy, but infectious, Indie buzz.
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By At The Threshold on July 3, 2012
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This is a great album! You probably won't notice that on the very first listen because it is very subtle(in my opinion). Give it another chance and you'll realize that things you didn't hear the first time will suddenly you in the face. Once that happens you are in and you'll fall in love with this wonderful piece of art!
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This is the only review I have ever written on Amazon simply due to my feeling of importance when it comes to this band. If you want to hear some real music and not just a bunch of computerized sounds or you miss what music used to be...listen to Colour Revolt. These guys would have been compared to Pink Floyd if they would have been 40 years before their present time. By the way, they are absolutely flawless when watching them live.
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