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Worlds Apart Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (Jan. 25 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B00075TZYA
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #98,115 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Ode To Isis
2. Will You Smile Again?
3. Worlds Apart
4. The Summer Of '91
5. The Rest Will Follow
6. Gaterwaul
7. A Classic Arts Showcase
8. Let It Dive
9. To Russia My Homeland
10. All White
11. The Best
12. The Lost City Of Refuge

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By A Customer on Feb. 23 2006
Format: Audio CD
In previous efforts the band demonstrated (quite aptly) their musical skills but something was always missing from the "masterpiece equation". Sometimes it was the production and other times it was the cohesion of the album. This time they made it right and the final product is an alternative milestone that goes well beyond the mainstream definitions. Hard to define, the album is a conceptual, punk angst fueld, art rock with pop quality juggernaut.
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By A Customer on Feb. 18 2005
Format: Audio CD
I've been a huge trail of dead fan for a couple years now, so I was expecting a lot from this CD when I bought it. Even with my expectations it absolutely blew me away! They sitll sound like TOD, but their sound has matured a lot since source tags. Every track is great on its own, but the album sitll functions as a whole i.e. you can listen to it start to finish without ever really feeling like you're listening to a bunch of different songs... think Floyd. This is an album that is a real album, not just a collection of hits. I'm ranking it up as one of the best CD's I've heard in a couple years with Alexisonfire's Watch Out and Mars Volta's De-Loused. Everyone should own this CD!!!
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Format: Audio CD
Wow, what an album, what a source of inspiration.
For those not familiar with TOD, their music is as colorful and complex as the album cover. A whirlwind of guitar riffs, percussion, poetry and add in a bit of pianos, violins and chellos for good measure. Don't get me wrong, these guys are not cheezy, they still have that slightly out of tune, noisy, trashy edge, but always in a beautiful way.
Those familiar with TOD. This album is a bit different from their previous ones, but be patient. You will quickly accept the evolution of this band and love the album.
I've seen them live too, always custom for them to trash the stage at the end of their shows. Their show-ending behavior may be questionable, but certainly not their talent.
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Format: Audio CD
What is the distinction between Trail of Dead and say every other radio friendly alt rocker in circulation at this moment?!
I have been pondering this question for a week now and have wondered since I 1st bought their Madonna release years ago.
The answer is Trail of Dead have a pulse.
If youe enter Worlds Apart as a first time listener you might wrinkle your nose a little at how familuar it sounds but beleive me I am a hardened cynic and a harsh critic to boot these guys know how to write a tune to the highest degree.
Ive seen them live a few years ago and I think thats when my respect level for Trail of Dead sky rocketed because they not only played every song with breathless abandon but they also took each note to a whole new level without ever changing the song itself.It was very refreshing to hear and see something that good.
However they ended the show in a fit of violence which is a bit over the top but thats not the problem I have with it.
The problem is thats all people can talk about when mentioning Trail of Dead and thats a shame because there are alot of interesting things to discover both live and with each new release.
And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead.
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Format: Audio CD
Ive allways appreciated Robert Smith from afar never actually commiting myself to one particular album or another.
The Cure just were not my speed.
However the more I heard from this cd the more I wanted it so I finally broke down and bought my first Cure cd.
I have nothing to comapre it too being that im not a full time fan but in this age of mediocrity it is refreshing to hear something this comfortable and natural sounding.
Well done Mr.Smith.
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