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  • LP Record (March 18 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Music
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
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Black Lips-Underneath the Rainbows

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Amazon.com: 4.4 out of 5 stars 14 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars July 7 2016
By Wavy D - Published on Amazon.com
Format: LP Record Verified Purchase
Great band, great album. Buy it now ya dingus
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Grade = "Incomplete" Aug. 25 2014
By Mwk - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Arabia Mountain set the bar almost too high for the Black Lips, a band of self-proclaimed 'Bad Kids' whose motivation for success seems not to be making money or earning artistic respect, but rather just having a vehicle for acting provocatively in public. Unfortunately for them, Arabia Mountain demonstrated what they could accomplish given a little coaching (thanks to Mark Ronson); it was a truly great rock record and maybe my favorite album of 2011. Underneath the Rainbow is not that record though, nor is it really close. However what's so frustrating is that there are great songs here (namely the Ian led 'Make you Mine', the Joe sung 'Justice After All' and 'Dorner Party', and the Cole sung 'Boys in the Wood'). But the rest of the album feels lazy, like they had to unearth the vaults for old B-Sides and/or write half-assed album tracks just to get the album out on time. In fact they even hired a friend to write a song for them, enlisting Bradford Cox to co-write the very Monomania-ish "Dog Years". A band with four songwriters should not have this problem. In fact Jared, usually the most reliable of the four for providing great material, only has one significant contribution, the annoyingly catchy "Smiling" ("I Don't Want to Go Home", his other song, is a forgettable throwaway).
There might be something revealing about the fact that misbehaving in class and other teenage hi-jinx are still recurring themes in the Black Lips songs, even when most of these guys are now in their 30's. If their artistic vision is to be the rock music equivalent of the high-IQ student who shuns school and drops out (i.e. the type of kid that would make any teacher want to give up and quit their job), then they are succeeding with flying colors. But if not, when they grow up I hope they don't regret their squandered talents, especially when they had a very legitimate opportunity to seize something special with this record.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Black Lips album ever! March 19 2014
By Musability - Published on Amazon.com
Format: LP Record
I have been streaming this album via their label's soundcloud page for the last 10 days, it is so excellent! I stream it about twice a day, now I am buying the album. As a whole this album is better than their last, just listen to every track, no skipping songs. And this new album has just as many awesome songs on it that will be new favorites stuck in your head, for me I wake up up in the morning and hear their new songs in my head. So good, I am stoked to see them in concert soon.

Arabia Mountain, their last album was the best until this new one, and I thought it might have been so good because it was produced by Mark Ronson, but on this new record, they have a different producer, and it is still is amazingly good. I think the Black Lips have just matured, like how the Clash and Beatles got better with time.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars You can't go wrong when a band has a color in the name. Sept. 12 2014
By vinylmaniac - Published on Amazon.com
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This band is the real deal, not a bunch of posers. If you like the Strokes or the cars (1st album) you'Pl like this band and more specifically you'll like this album.
4.0 out of 5 stars Black Lips still sound as great as ever March 22 2014
By Pub - Published on Amazon.com
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Not all songs in this album are strong but there are more of those than weak ones. They've tried new sounds that sometimes work really well (Justice After All and Boys in the Wood) and sometimes don't (Do the Vibrate and Dandelion Dust). But then there are songs like Smiling, Make You Mine and Funny and these alone are worth buying the album for. Make You Mine is probably going to become one of their hits like Bad Kids did for the album Good, Bad, Not Evil.

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