Little Hell (Vinyl) Import
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Until a couple of years ago, Dallas Green was better known as the dulcet voice of Alexisonfire. The band's feverish live shows and rabid fanbase quickly earned them the distinction of being one of the most exciting and talked about bands in Canada. During some time off between tours, Green assembled a collection of songs he had been writing over the years. He released a very limited pressing of the songs which he recorded using only acoustic guitar and his plaintive voice. Something in these tracks resonated with people in a completely unanticipated way. "Little Hell" delivers Green's signature delicate vocals accompanying another set of candid musings, which continue to articulate his engaging perspective on love and life.
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Top Customer Reviews
If you love City and Colour, you will not be disappointed with this album. If you don't love City and Colour, you may well be pleasantly surprised by it.
While it does have its acoustic songs, which is what City and Colour is known for, Dallas Green has branched out further this time and has experimented with more instruments and tracks that have more of a beat.
The first single off of this album, 'Fragile Bird,' is only the first example of this; it's dark, its sound is gritty, and those who are not big fans of acoustic music will get a taste of what Dallas has to offer.
Another great example is 'Weightless,' where, upon one such live performance, Dallas himself told the audience that they could, 'feel free to dance.' It's a bit heavier on the rock side than most City and Colour music, though certainly not anywhere close to Alexisonfire fare.
The lyrics, as fans (myself included) have come to expect, are beautiful and poignant. They are oftentimes sad, but what strikes me most about this album is how many times I stopped and felt a small tingle run through me as I thought, 'this is exactly what I'm going through right now.'
The title track, 'Little Hell,' specifically made me feel this way. If you are going through a tough time in your life, the lyrics will no doubt resonate on a very deep level with you.
This album is nothing less than pure and sincere -- something which so many musicians are lacking these days. Give it a listen. I'm sure you'll love it.
A disc with well-written and constructed songs, and some good lyrics. Nothing earth-shattering or particularly engaging, but overall well done, and worth a purchase if you like this style of music...
Straight-ahead pop-rock with a dark edge...
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Great album. Every single song is enjoyable. Very rare nowadays...Published 13 months ago by Canadian shopper
This was an alright album. Not really what I was expecting but it isn't bad. Little Hell and Grand Optimist are two songs that I enjoyed listening to.Published on April 5 2012 by PaulT