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Antics Enhanced


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  • Audio CD (Sept. 28 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Matador Records
  • ASIN: B0002PD3HU
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #20,645 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Product Description

The much-anticipated second album from Interpol. A more optimistic take on the dark musical landscapes they've explored in the past -- no less brooding and intense, but charged with flashes of color and romance. The minimalist package includes a white slipcase over a black jewelcase.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Oct. 8 2004
Format: Audio CD
Fans of Interpol need to try and be unbiased when first listening to this album. Don't compare it to Turn on the Bright Lights. Take it as the new album, the progression, if you will, of the band. They have released an amazing piece of music.
As a response to the review above, the opening song, seems more as a intro for the album itself than a song in itself. they did the same thing with TOTBL with "Untitled". it just so happens that the intro song on TOTBL was better.
As for the album itself (finally), Interpol has pulled through. The entire album flows and works. Although it seems like they puposely changed their sound from their debut, it still comes out amazingly. If you are a real Interpol fan, you should embrace the new album, not compare it to the first.
Newcomers to the band should take it for what it is, some of the best music on the planet today.
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Format: Audio CD
For people who haven't bought the original version of Interpol's second album "Antics", this is that same album reissued with whatever was on the singles. Except for the one new track, the bonus material on such singles was of no interest to me, since they were remixes of songs. Also, the one bonus song on the "Evil" single was available for mp3 download from a special Open Disc Interpol website accessible only by using the "Antics" CD. However, if you haven't bought the original album, you should know that the bonus song, called "Song Seven" (which is actually a few years old but was rerecorded during the Antics sessions), may not be available on that special website anymore, and having it in CD quality is worth it, since it is perhaps better than all the official "Antics" songs; it's that good.
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Format: Audio CD
When they debuted not-so-long-ago, they blew mine, and every other music lover's minds. Now Interpol is back, and has done what any great one has done: changed. I'd compare it to Radiohead making "OK Computer" as a followup to "The Bends". They are not directly comparable, since they are two different flavors, and both flavours are awesome. "Antics" is like "The Godfather Part II" of Interpol. Listen to it at least 3 times, and if you still don't like it, call a shrink. Really.
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Dear Interpol fan, don't buy this enhanced version of the CD. It seriously increased the price of this CD compared to if it were just produced in a normal format. I already have it and the enhanced Open Disc software doesn't work anymore since the deal the website had with Interpol is over. All I got was one measly mp3 anyway. Other than that, this album was pretty good (I gave it 4 stars in another review), but not as good as Interpol's first one.
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By Kid A.G. on Sept. 25 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album doesn't quite "redefine" the Interpol sound, but it does add a new facet to their sonic power. Just as previous Interpol songs, Antics is a play list of new songs that unravel as you become personally acquainted.
If you enjoyed their "Turn on the Bright Lights", this will be a treat.
Definitely on of 2004's best albums.
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