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Old 04-19-2003, 01:27 AM   #16
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I liked all of their previous albums before Gravity. Happiness was great. Gravity has some good songs, but I skip over a lot of them. I like Do You Like It, SOT, Innocent, and Bring Back the Sun.
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Old 04-19-2003, 11:14 AM   #17
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I really liked Naveed...sort of a youthful innocence they had. Clumsy a great followup. I loved Happiness (although some others don't), but it was one album I managed to actually listen all the way through. 'Thief' is brilliant. I didn't buy Spiritual Machines, although think I should.

And Gravity....well, I bought it the day it came out (I happened to be at HMV). And truthfully? I've listened to it..maybe 3, 4 times? There were some okay songs on there, but quite frankly I can't be bothered digging it out just for a few mediocre singles. I didn't even like the superman song, and now it's a single...the fact that the OLP concert was completely free is a little unsettling. I just think they're selling out. Trying too hard to be mainstream, C****- type rock. Apparently, the reviewer in the paper said Raine stuck some very Scott Stappish-type poses during the concert anyway.
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I think Spiritual Machines is a brilliant album, and I was disappointed when I heard "Somewhere Out There" on the radio, because it just sounded generic. It isn't a bad song, but it does sound generic and not enough like what I think of as the "OLP sound." There is definitely a WOWY reference in the song -- I actually heard that they covered WOWY in a couple of their concerts.
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I think Spiritual Machines is a brilliant album, and I was disappointed when I heard "Somewhere Out There" on the radio, because it just sounded generic. It isn't a bad song, but it does sound generic and not enough like what I think of as the "OLP sound." There is definitely a WOWY reference in the song -- I actually heard that they covered WOWY in a couple of their concerts.
I agree with everything you say here.

Especially the part about Spiritual Machines
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