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Martin Page , Diane Warren. The musicians brought all their hardships into that studio - the struggle to create art - a living, breathing art, while having to endure the endless injustice and insult of racism, as we have seen in countless anecdotes and biographies.
But they also brought hope and dignity and discipline and genius and joy, too. They brought it all, the terrible and the sublime, into every session. Vinyl, Single, April 12, "Please retry".
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Then I heard an interview with the lead singer talking about the dynamic of the album and how it was a combination of a discussion between his wife and god, but how the lines got really blurred sometimes and it was hard to tell he was talking to, and it just sounded really interesting to me.
So, I gave it a shot and boy am I glad I did! This is an amazing album. Its conversational tone sucks you in from the becoming and doesn't let go of you until the end. The only downside I feel is that this album can get pretty dark sometimes, which if music affects you like it does me, then you may feel yourself being bummed out for no reason. If you are able to switch it up and not get completely sucked in then you will be A OK. Love this CD. Once again Manchester Orchestra have completely outdone themselves.
On their third LP, some truth is finally given to their name as string arrangements are peppered throughout a dazzling and emotional ride. Where "Mean Everything To Nothing" succeeded in layering heavy guitars in an amazing straightforward rock album, "Simple Math" instead succeeds in increased complexity and darker tones leading to a broader sound. With the bands usual tight playing, Andy's strong voice and even stronger lyrics, and the orchestration, the overall sound and concept is quite grand and captivating.
It baffles me that they never garnered heavy airplay and recognition before "Simple Math", and it will be even more unbelievable if this all time great album doesn't catapult them to immense popularity. When Andy sings "Dear everybody that has paid to see my band Get free delivery with Amazon Prime. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Amazon Payment Products. English Choose a language for shopping. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.
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