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Tear From The Red
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Ori. Release '02, Seocnd album from the Experimental/Hardcore band .
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Also, this band does not sound like incubus, the beginning of track 5 sounds like the "wish you were here" intro for about 8 seconds and thats it. So in retrospect, all the "flaws" that people complain about in other reviews are really not part of the record all that much, they account for about 3 minutes of the record..the rest is all classic poison the well. you really don't hear people complain about the other 8 songs on the album, beacsue they all rip! Its one thing to notlike poison the well, but to say they sold out is really stupid...really really stupid....go get this album, its excellent.
the music behind it all has lost the technical sound like the previous masterpieces that poison the well has. and i dont think that poison the well is maturing either, they have always had that melodic side in them, in this release they just show it a lot more, i get sick of people saying "they are maturing" becuz they arent they are just adding a lot more melody in the mix. this cd isnt bad, but i feel like poison the well couldve done a lot better with some stuff. if you are a really big fan of Opposite and Distance, this cd might be a bit dissapointing to you, but all in all this is another great release from the well
This is a 5 star album and i have no doubts about it. Touching, hardcore, warm and cold, all at the same time.
Just like to point out the fool 'mikenashvili', who gave this album a pitiful 2 stars. I am frankly disgusted that he could have such little faith in PTW. I agree this work is not identical to their last album, but id like to know what he expects? - that they keep re-realeasing the same album every 2 years?
It is normal for a band to mature, in the way PTW have done with this record, if they dont change and mature, then surely their new records would sound identical to their last records. And i see little point in that.
I will continue to follow PTW with the zeal in which i have always done so, and i will pay nothing but pure ignorance to mikenashvili, as should anyone looking to buy this record.
Most recent customer reviews
Like most review would say, this is probably their 'worst' album. The cd has some great moments and theres not a bad song on the album but it still isnt Opposite of December. Read morePublished on Feb. 4 2005
I was reading these other reviews that some other people wrote, and i was literally getting extrememly angry and sick at the same time. this is an EXCELLENT CD!! Read morePublished on March 26 2004 by Ben
This album, and this is my opinion, was kind of boring. The guitars were kind of weak, as well as the vocals, and the drums were not very energetic. Read morePublished on Feb. 1 2004 by William F. Soule
a good release by ptw. but, nowhere near as good as opposite of december. on the other hand, it's nowhere near as bad as the new cd. Read morePublished on Dec 13 2003 by yeah man
this album disgusts me, especially coming from the hardcore greats they are in opposite of december. what a letdown. Read morePublished on Nov. 4 2003 by james
This album is a masterpiece..pure and simple. The soft strumming at the beginning of first track botchula is a smoke screen for the energy and vitality that leads us into geoff's... Read morePublished on Oct. 24 2003 by mark
This has been bugging me ever since i got this album. I give it five stars because it's just so good, but i didn't know what made Opposite of December so much better. Read morePublished on Oct. 11 2003 by Ryan MacDonald
Not even close to the masterpiece "opposite of december". There are moments of solidarity to the music, but mostly the songs meander and never really take hold. Read morePublished on May 2 2003 by Michael
While "Tear From The Red" isn't quite the unmitigated classic that its predecessor "Opposite of December" was, it still exemplifies all the same characteristics... Read morePublished on April 19 2003 by Wheelchair Assassin