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Old 12-28-2008, 11:08 AM   #46
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The bookends of that album are incredible.
Agreed. The reason I don't rate Bon Iver higher is because I think the album tends to meander a bit too much during the middle, and it gets a bit muddled and boring for me.

But there's no denying the beginning and the end, where the best songs are, which is enough to elevate this album for me.
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Old 12-28-2008, 11:18 AM   #47
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Good list, and you're an excellent writer, man. Please PM that link.
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I bought a few albums today, two inspired by this list:

Modern Guilt and In Ghost Colours.

Also, I probably need to go back and give Dear Science a few more listens.
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I'm going to make an album called Deer Science and the cover will be a stag in a lab coat.
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I bought a few albums today, two inspired by this list:

Modern Guilt and In Ghost Colours.

Also, I probably need to go back and give Dear Science a few more listens.
Awesome. Keep us informed on how that goes.

In Ghost Colours really caught on here at Interference, but I can't think of too many that listened to Modern Guilt here. I know Impy and Tourist liked it.
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Awesome. Keep us informed on how that goes.

In Ghost Colours really caught on here at Interference, but I can't think of too many that listened to Modern Guilt here. I know Impy and Tourist liked it.
Impy and I seem have to have relatively similar tastes, so that bodes well. When Tourist and I agree, I then think everyone should treat it as gospel.
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Impy and I seem have to have relatively similar tastes, so that bodes well. When Tourist and I agree, I then think everyone should treat it as gospel.
Do we really disagree on a lot?
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