Feb. 4th, 2012 12:28 pm
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Guess who feels like an asshole right now? Yep, me. I knew it was a bad sign when I started skipping days between posting reviews and I knew it would only get worse once I started school again... so, of course, fast forward a month later and I still haven't revealed my top three. I'm sure anyone who once would have cared hates me by now. I also don't have proper reviews to post with these. Not because they aren't good. Naturally, they are very good. I just don't have it in me to write about them at length. So I'm mostly going to let the music speak for itself, though I do have a few half-hearted words to go along with it. Seriously, ignore how flaky I am in my posting habits and just listen to it, please.

Read more... )

Alright, now I'm probably going to disappear again for... awhile. The foreseeable future. You can keep up with me here or on Tumblr, where I need more friends!
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Loud Planes Fly Low is that rare breed of album - you know the type; you go in without any expectations but come out feeling altered, like you've just heard something you're never, ever going to forget. It doesn't happen often for me but when it does, it's such a spectacular, overwhelming sensation. Of course now I've gone and ruined the surprise by raising your expectations right from the start and I can't promise you'll feel the same way about the album as I do but go on, give it a chance, decide what you think for yourself and then come back and read the rest of this. If I can't convince you to do that, at least attempt to take the following with a grain of salt, as I am surely past the point of objectivity.

Sound won't hurt on its own. )


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