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Didn't remember that album was that good...
I really like it too.
is that the hell is for heroes album?
bit hit and miss at times but when it hits, it does so well.
all over their debut
yeah, they are a strange band, they dont go for the direct kind of hooks/riffs like they used to, i sort of like them.
is a fucking choon
i thought the rest of it got a tad boring though.
I think the only thing I'm not a fan of is the production. Didn't think it reflected their live show like Neon Handshake did. Regardless, great album.
There are too few bands who would get dropped after their debut and then make a much less commercial second. And they fucking "bring it" live.
but didn't get the recognition the first one got. Which is a shame!
= One of the best bands ever :P
a bit of an exageration...
Not THE best band, but one of them.
Where a band helps you through some hard times, or it's one of those albums you know you can listen to whenever and enjoy and don't have to be "in the mood for it". It's made me become attached.
'alright'. But since listenening to it over and over I absolutely love it, there's not a track I don't like on it I don't think.
...it is definately as good, if not better, than the neon handshake...
has anyone heard the new hifh songs? the one up on myspace at the moment is great!
Bit slow, but when it gets going...hell yeah!
Can't wait to hear the proper recording. They've recorded one called "into the blood" too which is ace.
into the blood...it just never seems to get going
still, looking forward to hearing the new album when it is done!
However a youtube video I have seen doesn't do the best justice...
...but i can imagine it would have a lot more energy then - the demo ive got just seems to lack it...
despite loving their first album at the time and i was never impressed with any of the new stuff they played live.
saw them at 93 feet east last year and they were awesome though. really work best in a small, sweaty venue. justin crowdsurfed right to the back of the room at the end..
it's nothing on the debut and has too many filler songs on it. After hearing the few singles/promos they released befor ethe album, i was disapointed with the final result!
It's definitly worth it. It does take some getting used to though. The only thing you could really call "filler" are the untitled tracks, which just help smoothen the song transitions a bit. Get it! :D
guntrip, HIFH do work best in a small venue. Saw them at Bedford Esquires the day before I went to Reading in 2003, and they were brilliant. They played at my uni last year though, and due to the terrible sound quality I was disappointed. I didn't mind Transmit Disrupt, haven't listened to it in ages though.
i had a ticket for that gig but didn't go because i was reaaaaaaaaaally hungover and tired and had to be up at 8am the next morning to go to Berkhamstead to get a lift to Reading.
one of my biggest mistakes EVAR was skipping that.