Theres Nothing Wrong W/Love
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Ever since Boise, Idaho, trio Built to Spill emerged on national radar with its major label release Perfect from Now On (Warner), its earlier recordings are infused with a certain prediscovery mystique. On 1994's There's Nothing Wrong with Love, the roots of Built to Spill's shimmering orchestral arrangements are present, but with a distinctly tattered edge. Frontman Doug Martsch bounds from moody balladry to primal screams, often in the same songs. Add the crunch of Brett Nelson's guitar, and you wipe the sheen off 12 songs that would be just plain pretty, if not for their garage rock soul. --Nick Heil
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Favorite Tracks: "In the Morning," "Reasons," "Car," and "Distopian Dream Girl"
This album is unbelievable. There is so much emotion put into every note that Doug Martsch launches from his guitar that the album requires so many listens to absorb it all. "Car", "Fling," and "Cleo" are some of the most beautiful songs ever written. "Big Dipper" is just plain guitar-pop fun. The best song, in my opinion, is the closer "Stab." It starts off simple, gets loud, changes to a mournful string-based session, and closes the album with the most haunting solo I've ever heard. This song, and especially the last few minutes of it, stir something inside of me unlike any other song that I have heard.
Even though I have close to 200 CDs, this one is in my compact disc player every day. Phil Eck did a great job with the production of this album and deserves a lot of credit. A few more notes, though. Brett Nelson's bass playing is unbelievable. Andy Capp's drumming is decent, but Nelson plays the bass like it's a part of him. The last thing I'll mention is the last, untitled track, which still gives me a laugh. This "preview" pokes a little fun at the mainstream punk scene and modern rock radio.
So if I could give this album six stars, I would.
There's nothing wrong with love was one of the last CD's by BTS to fill out my collection and I didn't think anything could top Perfect from now on. I was wrong. Although the styles on the 2 CD's are completely different they are both unquestionably distinguishable as Built to Spill.
There's nothing wrong with love has been in constant roatation in my car, my computer, and in my CD player at work. Soon I'm going to have to force myself to live without it for a while for fear of *gasp* growing tired of it (if that's possible).
Easily the best album of the 90's. By the way, I'm moving back to Seattle.
Most recent customer reviews
I love this record. Not haphazord love, but like you would love your favorite teddy bear. It is full of sheer emotion, but avoids being too sappy or too slow. Read morePublished on June 6 2004 by Laurie
Except for some slower spots, this record, their last independent record, puts it all together for Built to Spill. It's a guitar lovers record, and the songwriting keeps improving. Read morePublished on April 29 2004 by Scott Fendley
This the best album ever. Very relatable and very original. Get it.Published on April 16 2004 by Nonny
I am a huge BTS fan. I have seen them live several times, and I own most all of their albums. This is my first online review--I thought it best to start with the album that has... Read morePublished on Feb. 18 2004 by Jeff Howard
I was recently viewing other reviews for another amazing band Death Cab, and in one of the replies I noticed someone mentioning this band. Read morePublished on Jan. 14 2004 by Jim
Yes, I had this CD back in 1994 when it first came out, and i foolishly loaned it to someone and never got it back. Read morePublished on Nov. 19 2003
Built To Spill is arguably the best indie rock band ever, and they prove their greatness with this album. Read morePublished on Nov. 15 2003 by Matthew McGrath
I first heard Built to Spill in the early 90's on a C/Z records sampler...I was in love from the second I heard them, and vowed to buy everything ever released by them. Read morePublished on Nov. 3 2003 by Aaron Edwards
This is a great album, especially for those who are looking to get into them for the first time. I just saw them last week, 9/30/03, and it was one of the best shows I have ever... Read morePublished on Oct. 5 2003 by Mr. Books