The Things We Can't Stop
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With two gold albums and over one million records sold in the US alone, Jacksonville, Florida's COLD are amongst the most relevant and creatively soaring alternative rock artists of our time. 13 Ways To Bleed On Stage (2000), Year Of The Spider (2003), A Different Kind Of Pain (2005) and Superfiction (2011) are true milestones of a unique career. The Things We Can't Stop is a wonderfully varied and gripping entry in the bands discography. From the anti-bullying anthem ‘Shine‘ to the driving, hard grooving force that is ‘Without You‘ or the unforgettable beautiful ‘Quiet Now‘, COLD’s new album shimmers in timeless colors.
- Product Dimensions : 5.55 x 5 x 0.12 inches; 2.61 Ounces
- Manufacturer : Napalm Records
- Original Release Date : 2019
- Date First Available : June 27, 2019
- Label : Napalm Records
- ASIN : B07T2LX5F7
- Number of discs : 1
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VINYL REVIEW: This vinyl is high quality, reminds me of the NIN remasters that came out in the last years; heavy, solid and a great master. Like I said before; worth every penny.
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You only have to look at the band’s social media channels to see what effect their songs have.
But with The Things We Can’t Stop, Cold’s first release in eight years, I was expecting there to be more to it.
The voiceover opening track – Intro – is needless and overlong; Snowblind is a track that was performed live on the Superfiction tour (2011) while Run is a Snow Patrol cover.
The nine remaining tracks offer little in the way of variation with the gritty sound of their first two efforts, the self-titled debut (1997) and Thirteen Ways to Bleed on Stage (2000), all but disappeared.
That said, lead single Shine would not be out of place on their most successful release Year of the Spider (2003) while tracks The Devil We Know and Without You ups the pace and lifts the record.
It’s when you get to the back end of the record that you can understand why their fans really get taken in by Cold.
Their songs cover life, love and loss and lyrics have always been the band’s strong point. With lines such as “It’s the love we have that keeps our dreams alive” in Beautiful Life, it’s indeed hard not to feel something.
There’s nothing ground breaking in The Things We Can’t Stop but Cold’s fans are likely to revel in it while its stand-out tracks will be a welcome addition to their live set.