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  • Audio CD (May 1, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Paper Bag
  • ASIN: B00023B0X6
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,263,202 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
2. Understanding The New Violence
3. Buried With Friends
4. Copilot
5. Intentions Change
6. Taken In Sleep
7. In This Morning Grey
8. St. Petersburg
9. Day Breaks Red Light
10. A Summer Day
11. When For Now

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Collin Tungate on February 10, 2005
Format: Audio CD
There are no other reviews of this album, which is a shame because that likely means nobody else is buying it, which is a shame because that likely means nobody else is listening to it. Comparisons: let's see... Amazon says that people who looked at this also looked at bands like !!!, Death From Above 1979, and Ambulance LTD (as well as others that I have no frame of reference for). Those people are likely to be disappointed. Another website lists Interpol, Joy Division, and And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead. That's closer. I would also posit references to the new dance-rock craze that's going around now (ie, Franz Ferdinand, The Killers, etc). But less explicity dance, more "Just guitars, please." Also, singer Ian Worang isn't quite singing, but neither is he mumbling or talking; he's just unconcerned about making his vocals the center of the songs. It works really well, giving it a bit of a subdued feeling. Anyways, I was hooked after hearing track 2, Understanding the New Violence. This is practically the only thing I've listened to for the last month, and I'm still hooked. I don't give glowing reviews of much, but I LOVE Uncut.
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Format: Audio CD
It was such a downer when this CD came out after the last two EP releases on Dumb-Unit and Festplatten. Some bands start out raw and weak then progress, here I think The Uncut did just the opposite. Actually, their earlier material was rather raw and minimal (very similar to early New Order both in guitar work and vocal delivery). If you can find a way to buy or download their "Understanding The New Violence" vinyl EP or the "Devotion/Fluent And Pure/Over The Edge" EP, please do for they indeed rock! Certainly their earlier sound is evident in the track "Understanding the New Violence," so if you like how that song sounds, go for the earlier material by this band that had a lot of potential before muddying things up.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Leigh Harrison on March 31, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I bought this cd after hearing the second half of 'understanding the new volience' on TV (yes, Muchmusic does play indie bands on it's network every leap year)and purchased the album thinking it would be more driven by guitar riffs. The problem is that it tends to be a bit repetitive (especially the single)and it straddles that uneasy fence between 'pop dance music sound' and rock. Also, the vocalists style of muttering the lyrics as opposed to singing them also adds to the cd's misgivings. If you're into the types of bands that make up the bulk of Paperbag Records artists than you won't be disappointed, but for those of want a more harder and complex rock album look elsewhere
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Cold Head on December 29, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I was going to tell myself not to compare this band to Interpol. But I just can't help myself. The best song on this album is Understanding the New Violence. The reason it is the best song is because it sounds most like Interpol. The rest of this album sounds like a up and coming band hoping one day to open for the bigger and better Interpol. I do enjoy this album however. It is not as hipnotic as Interpol, but it is good. There are some high points. Alot of it is very bland however. Its really had to explain. I would recommend this for any fan of Interpol. Its worth a listen. I will be very interested if they can follow this up with something great. I can tell they have great things to come.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By L. Harrison on March 31, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I bought this cd after hearing the second half of 'understanding the new volience' on TV (yes, Muchmusic does play indie bands on it's network every leap year)and purchased the album thinking it would be more driven by guitar riffs. The problem is that it tends to be a bit repetitive (especially the single)and it straddles that uneasy fence between 'pop dance music sound' and rock. Also, the vocalists style of muttering the lyrics as opposed to singing them also adds to the cd's misgivings. If you're into the types of bands that make up the bulk of Paperbag Records artists than you won't be disappointed, but for those of want a more harder and complex rock album look elsewhere.
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