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Frengers

Mew Audio CD
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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Mew's breakthrough album originally released in the UK in 2003, introduced fans to the band's critically-acclaimed expansive pop dramatics, intricate passages and shimmering atmospheric sound. Album features the buzz-worthy tracks 'Am I Wry? No', 'She Came Home for Christmas', and the NME Single of The Week 'Comforting Sounds'.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Frengers Nov. 24 2011
By MichelBourgeois TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I recently just started listening to Mew. Not sure how they passed me by as I listen to a lot of music. In saying that, I can certainly agree with all the praise they have received. Listening to Mew is challenging in a very good way. They're amazing musicians, and Jonas Bjerre certainly has a distinctive voice. Frengers consists of 10 songs, each of which could be one's favorite. A great recording and again I thank Amazon for having this in stock as I could not find it in any record stores locally. If you haven't listtened to Mew, please take a chance, you'll be rewarded.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best frengers Feb. 22 2007
By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAME TOP 10 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
Mew is a mishmash band -- a little indie-rock, a little prog, a little pop, a little hard-rock and a little art rock.

And in their third album "Frengers," the Danish band mixes all of those together, and lets listeners hear the grand extent of what they can do. This album is rich with atmospheric music and fiery instrumentation -- an absolutely dazzling, powerful slab of rock'n'roll.

It opens with the shimmering riffs and kinetic basslines of "Am I Wry? No," a hard-edged song with choirlike backing vocals. It grows into a soaring rock epic, before falling back to Jonas Bjerre's high, sharp voice. "Farrah now that we're here/can you tell me exactly how I should/have done?/Farrah drives with her eyes closed/do you ever inflict unwanted memories?"

It gets soft and wintry at the start of the next song, only to blossom out into a fast-paced rocker laced with bells and synth. The songs that follow are the whole sonic palette: muscular rockers, airy piano ballads backed with synth, driving guitar rockers, surreal psychfolk, and lightning-quick rock'n'roll that veers between guitar pop and the hard stuff.

Maybe that's what makes Mew so appealing -- you can't put a label on their sound (psych-pop-prog-hard-art-rock?) and you can't sit still whenever it's playing. Whenever their music settles into a signature "sound," they turn around and change it yet again.

Every song is layered with instrumentation -- some incredibly strong riffs, loud basslines, a fluid piano melody of two, a little synth, and some sharp percussion are all smoothed into one in songs like "Eight Flew Over, One Was Destroyed." Best of all, their music has an epic, powerful quality -- "Am I Wry? No" has the quality of a feisty thunderstorm.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars mew <3 March 20 2004
By trish
Format:Audio CD
mew is one of the best bands i've heard in a long time.
they've got a 'different' sound that will leave you thirsting for more. this is an awesome cd, each song is unique and its great to put on no matter what your mood is. it's worth every penny.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Totally fantastic! Nov. 5 2006
Format:Audio CD
I first started listening to Mew last year, when my friend told me to download Snow Brigade. I loved it, and listened to more and more - I was hooked! Their spacey sounds give the listener a sense of being awake and dreaming at the same time. I really reccommend this CD to everyone...let's help Mew break out in North America!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Mew- From Denmark Oct. 31 2005
Format:Audio CD
To correct whomever said they were from Japan. They are actually danish. One day I was reading some forumboards on a radiohead website. I found mew there. I heard a few songs, and they became my second favourite band. To radiohead. The music itself is very sharp. Must have treble. It's interpol + better.
it's most music+ better
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