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Worlds Apart Explicit Lyrics, Import

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Editorial Reviews

And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead Return with their Album 'worlds Apart'. Thanks to a New Line Up, Constant Touring and a Perfectionist Attitude this is their Most Accessable and Instant Album to Date. The Classic Trail Traits of Twisted Melodies and Insightful Lyrics Remain So this Album Will Not Dissapoint.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Ode To Isis
  2. Will You Smile Again For Me
  3. Worlds Apart
  4. Summer Of '91
  5. Rest Will Follow
  6. Caterwaul
  7. Classic Art Showcase
  8. Let It Dive
  9. To Russia, My Homeland
  10. All White
  11. Best
  12. Lost City Of Refuge
  13. Aged Dolls (Live)
  14. Richter Scale Madness (Live)


Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 24, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Import
  • Label: Universal
  • ASIN: B00078EPNI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,185,503 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By abc on February 28, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I just randomly decided to get this one day and I'm so glad I did. Best way to explain this would be indie punk, I think. I rarely give anything 5 stars (the only thing that comes to mind is arcade fire, and even that isnt as good as this). I love every single song on this ablum and that is extremely rare. I like the way that they know how and when to go loud rock/soft rock. Track by track? Ok...

1. Ode to Isis

GREAT introduction to the CD. Having an almost gothic instrumental to begin with then proceding to a scream and at the very end getting a womans voice saying "And you will know us by the trail of dead" is just fantastic.

2. Will You Smile Again?

FANTASTIC drums. Great, great, great drums. Having the singing start half way through the song is very cool indeed. Catchy too. I love this guys voice, I've gotta say.

3. Worlds Apart

Second best song on the album (imo). Loving the "candy store of ours" bit. Lovely lyrics. Everything about this song is great.

4. Summer of '91

Good use of the soft/loud technique, nice to sing along to.

5. Rest Will Follow

Third best song on the album (imo). This was the first song I loved on the whole album. The "...well I knooow, how the best will fall. And the rest will follooow..." bit was stuck in my head for days. Great drums.

6. Caterwaul

GREAT drums. This is the worst song on the album, yet it is still fantastic.

7. Classic Arts Showcase

This song sounds a bit like Incubus (early Incubus, that is). Damn I love this guys voice.

8. Let It Dive

BEST song on the album (imo). I love its simpleness and subtlety. The lyrics are nice as well. Alos, the pretend ending is great.
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This album marks a major evolution in the bands music. They still have the attitude, but they've added development. All the songs on here are well developed, Many have multiple distinct movements, multiple bridges, and even multiple time signatures. The production has moved up several notches with more different instrumentation and ambient sounds. You'll hear some of the best alternative rock drumming around songs whipping from odd to even time signatures and back again.

In short, it's clear that they put a lot of work into this and I hope to hear more. The band explores a wider range of musical styles than on previous efforts, including classical rock styles reminiscent of Bowie or Pink Floyd. They could have made another "Source Tags & Codes" (and you can hear it still there) but everyone would have said that "their albums all sound alike". I think they pushed the envelope but in general hit the ball out of the park. More bands need to work as hard as this.
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I think the reason a lot of people were let down by "Worlds Apart" is that they were expecting "Source Tags & Codes". Truly the mark of a great band is their ability to let style evolve without loseing the original appeal that made them popular. After all, If you're just going to make the same album over and over, What's the point? Where's the risk? I for one love were Trail of Dead's music is going and am looking forward to future releases from them. So F**k what ya heard about "Worlds Apart" and give it a chance you wanker.
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Like many others, the song that really got stuck in my head from this album was "The Rest Will Follow." You've probably heard it making its rounds on the radio, with it's catchy refrain and cool drum licks. As good as this song is, the rest of the album soars higher. This is one of the few albums I have recently purchased that I DIDN'T later regret... I can't imagine anyone being anything but pleased with this one.
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I'm going to make this short.

This is a good collection of songs (IMO).

Upon 1st listening, "will you smile again?" kind of threw me off about a minute and 27 seconds in (b/c it changes so drastically), but after that initial listen, it was all good. I have been listening to this thing non-stop for about a week. I love it...
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Just listened to this album for the first time and I really dig it. Their first two albums were ok, Source Tags & Codes was awesome and this one is also quite excellent with no dud tracks at all. Awesome production quality and the best sounding vocals so far. Love the variety of different instruments they use throughout.
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The band has now wholeheartedly embraced the pomp of prog rock without the pretense of Mars Volta. You might think, hey.. dude.. theres a waltz on here, well just don't think about that. Their songwriting is tight and muscular as an album with bird calls in it can be. It starts with that intro, which I have yet to find one person who didn't think it was awesome. I mean, even the NBA used it, THE NBA. HELL YEAH. Then come the sledgehammer riffs with a layer of shoegaze drone behind them, but always a bit reckless and never perfect. Then Conrad's voice which is pretty not good, but he can sing, if that makes sense. All told, this is nowhere near the masterwork that Source Tags & Codes is, that album didn't overreach with the prettiness, and it was the first true "punk" (UH OH HE SAID PUNK) album I have heard in YEARS. It was rough, raw, and completely nonsensical, it wasn't satisfied to be stuck in three chord dirges or yell and repeat choruses. These guys were going for the moon, and they got there. This is them pulling back from that insanity. Caterwaul, Let it Dive, Worlds Apart, and The Rest will Follow are all great songs. But the dip into power-balladry is unneeded, as is the aforementioned waltz or whatever. But I still love the album, just not as much as I probably should.
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