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Future Primitive Import

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Fifth and latest album from the Indie band from down under. A true return to the 60's influenced garage rock that gained them notoriety in the first place.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 21, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: 101 DISTRIBUTION
  • ASIN: B0051GHOZC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #205,589 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This album is decent. It's not great. It's on par with the last two albums, nowhere near Highly Evolved.

Anyways, what we have here, once again, for the third time in a row, is a collection of decent melodies that could have been so much more. I was so happy to see some songs over 3 minutes, but those songs ended up being 2 minute songs with a minute and a half of "feedback filler." Hell, that's all that Outro is! The band says the short songs are just their style, but I have a hard time believing that. Their first two albums were full of long, well thought out songs that kept bringing you surprises till the very end. The songs on this album have so little to them, verse chorus verse chorus (5 second solo that mimmicks the melody) verse chorus... and they come to a end at 2 mintues...and they rightly should. thats one thing i have to give them credit for, they aren't stretching simple ideas too far. It's hard for me to really critique these songs because there's nothing horrible about the content we have. There's just so little that we were given here. I've listened to the album about 5 times and I already know it by heart, which goes to show two things

1.) The content is short and simple
2.) The content is catchy enough to remember

Being short and sweet is not a bad thing. Songs like "Orange Amber," "Highly Evolved," and "Don't Listen to The Radio" are perfect just the way they are. Imagine how dissatisfying a song like "Mary Jane" would be if it was stripped of it epicness, shortened to 2 minutes. In short, I like the content on this album, but just when I'm getting into it, the song is over, leaving me thinking "....that's it?"

I want all of you to listen to "1969".
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I'm not really a fan of the newer albums The Vines have been making (Melodia) and this is one of them. They really need to go back to the Highly Evolved / Winning Days sound, hell, even Vision Valley. This album really missed the mark and I don't even know that I'll be buying their upcoming album as well before listening to it.
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We've known since forever ago that The Vines were looking to capture that certain Nirvana essence of putting music before lyrics, by producing memorable instrumentals and shouting sometimes vaguely audible lyrics that fit in at least loosely with the beat. Although derivative as it may be, "Get Free" turned out to be a surprise hit for the group and paved the way for future albums. However later on they began experimenting on creating a melody, slowing the singing down and producing a very calm, easy sound which personally sold me when I first heard the stellar "Spaceship" from Vision Valley.

This album attempts to bring them back where they started, throwing lyrical content down in favor to produce a fast and easy beat. However the results are pretty mediocre overall, and none of the productions or beats are catchy or even distinct enough to warrant further listening after your first play. There's just something unsettling about jamming to the initially convincing opening track with lyrics has skin deep as "Gimme love, gimme love, gimme love /I really need it / Gimme love, gimme love, gimme love / Just set me free, yeah." Lack of lyrical depth isn't the only letdown however, as the "Outro" track is nothing more than a lot of yelling and screaming to a semi-heavy production, I dare you to listen to it without grimacing. It's also a shame that that's one of the longer tracks, many of the other ones typically ranging from less than two minutes to a little more than two minutes. When you get down to it, there isn't much content here. Of course the band has been notorious for producing short songs, but that's not really helping this album's case.
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