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5.0 out of 5 stars absolutely incredible.
Look, this was the best album of 2004. It's totally opening the american noise underground (bands like Yellow Swans, Sightings, Black Dice) up to a broader audience thanks to the backing of Sub Pop. WOLF EYES have totally found their niche in the musical climate of the modern world - they offer a soundtrack to the dystopian, chaotic ongoings of current western culture. If...
Published on Feb. 6 2005 by benson jones

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1.0 out of 5 stars Absolute Rubbish
This doesn't deserve any stars. This is not music and should not pass for music. It's noise. Awful noise. I'm not just saying that - preview the songs on this page if you don't believe me. Actually, don't be bothered. If you can appreciate this, there is nothing else left in the world for you to appreciate, because you've gone through any and all musical tones from...
Published on Feb. 2 2005 by Brendan


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5.0 out of 5 stars absolutely incredible., Feb. 6 2005
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This review is from: Burned Mind (Audio CD)
Look, this was the best album of 2004. It's totally opening the american noise underground (bands like Yellow Swans, Sightings, Black Dice) up to a broader audience thanks to the backing of Sub Pop. WOLF EYES have totally found their niche in the musical climate of the modern world - they offer a soundtrack to the dystopian, chaotic ongoings of current western culture. If the end of the world was right now, this would be blasting from the loudspeakers along with Lift Yr Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven by Godspeed You! Black Emperor. This is the symphony composed for catastrophe. It is unimaginably abrasive yet so delicate and ambient, one of its many paradoxes and beauties. I love it, get it, get it, get it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Worth a try if you're curious, Sept. 25 2014
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Very evocative sound. Noise is good for when you're walking or driving, because I find it stimulates your imagination better than other genres. This album gave me the same experience.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Absolute Rubbish, Feb. 2 2005
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This review is from: Burned Mind (Audio CD)
This doesn't deserve any stars. This is not music and should not pass for music. It's noise. Awful noise. I'm not just saying that - preview the songs on this page if you don't believe me. Actually, don't be bothered. If you can appreciate this, there is nothing else left in the world for you to appreciate, because you've gone through any and all musical tones from every living or abstract thing and have ended up at WOLF EYES. I'd love to meet you if you've bought this album and disagree with me - I'll come visit you in your room with your rubber walls and nice white jacket.
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