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You're Nothing

February 18, 2013 | Format: MP3

$9.49
Also available in CD Format
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While "New Brigade" was enjoyable and gave people a new punk sound bridging Sonic Y's dissonance with the Stooges nihilism - "You're Nothing" outdistances its predecessor by a mile....Every song is perfect, and as a whole a brilliant album listening experience. Highlights: "Coalition", "Ecstasy", "Morals"....Buy now - Iggy Pop himself even champions the band as keeping the true flame of punk alive in short dangerous blasts and a disc not to exceed 30 minutes....If Hemingway was the master of short concise prose - Iceage accelerates the power of brevity and economy by making every song a keeper - no filler...albums like this will always keep the medium alive - the power of the whole experience negates the criminal picking and choosing of MP3's as a consumer path...if that's your thing - you're welcome to it - but where a great, classic album's allure lies is that the sum is far greater than the measure of its parts...
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Iceage are in and out. They don't mess around. If a song goes over the two minute mark it's almost too long for these guys. The thing is, they make their point within the first 30 seconds of a song. There it is, stabbing you in the eye, punching you in the gut, karate-chopping you in the throat. Verse/chorus/verse/chorus? Hell no. Iceage's music is to the point. Militaristic. It's jagged and bloody, like a mouthful of broken teeth. `Burning Hand' is like the Clash on amyl nitrates. It's like the undead trying to make melody from the depths of despair. You're Nothing continues the post punk marauding Iceage began on their first album New Brigade and improves on their utilitarian approach to brutal songwriting.

No one is going to accuse these Danish punks of selling out on their Matador debut. If anything, this album is leaner and more direct. Yes, that's a piano you hear on the song `Morals'. It's not used in the schmaltzy, balladry sense, but as a means to add drama and urgency. Elias Bender Ronnenfelt still sounds like Sid Vicious singing on fire, and that only adds to the immediate gut punch blow you feel listening to every song on this album. `Everything Drifts' comes in with a hearty chunk of bass before the band kicks in and tears your face off with a jagged guitar shredding through your speakers as Ronnenfelt's vocals seem to push their way through the chaos. When Ronnenfelt isn't causing his vocal chords to bleed, his voice is reminiscent of Joe Strummer. The Clash and Give `Em Enough Rope-era Strummer. You know, when Strummer was still pissed about just being a punk, before the world-at-large was taking up his head space. `Rodfaestet' is in and out in less than two minutes. You hardly know it was there until you look down and see you're bleeding.
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Awesome album. Its like a mixture of joy division and black flag or something. Hard to put a label on it. Every song is good. Has moments of mellow and moments of fast paced rocking music. If you like punk or anything related to it, i recommend this band.
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This record seems to take more risks than New Brigade. This might be because of the cleaner production, but anyway these risks can be really rewarding, and at worst they're mildly enjoyable. Though not as consistently strong as New Brigade, it works very well and has some extremely bright spots. I definitely recommend it.
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Definitely some good stuff here...but...The Holograms do it all so much better on Forever with the same fire and edginess but with more melody and truely no filler like Interlude and Morals......
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