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  • 20090814
    So, to make it easy for you guys, I am gonna copy my blogposts that go on and post them here for you guys. It will generally be music reviews and random photography stuff.

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  • 20090905
    Originally, I was going to write an entirely new review for this disc after it officially released and I was able to hear it some more, but I feel as though my first impressions review actually covers it quite nicely. However, I do have a few more thoughts to throw in.

    First, there is a lot of neat interplay between guitarist Greg Hill and bassist Roy Mitchell-Cardenas. They weave their parts together more than most guitar-bassist duos, and do so to create a really neat effect.

    Second, a few songs continue to grow on me to the point where they are now favorites on the album...

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  • 20090905
    When Sleeping at Last was first discovered by The Smashing Pumpkins’ Billy Corgan back in 2002, they were sonically a completely different band. Their sounds was raw and guitar heavy, similar to The Smashing Pumpkins. In other words, if you listened to their first self released, Capture, disc, you probably wouldn’t recognize them as the same band. EachCD after Capture has progressed towards a more mellow, albeit equally as theatrical, sound. If one thing has remained constant through this transition, however, it is most definitely Ryan O’Neal’s earnest vocals coupled with his beautiful, poignant...

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  • 20090814
    So, the Mute Math Mobile Listening Party bus rolled into town today, and since of course I bought the VIP tour package, I got to go listen. And it was great.

    There are five notable differences from the first album. First, the arrangements are a bit sparser. This is not a bad thing. Each instrument and each part shines even more because of this, and while there aren’t quite as many layers to the songs, there are still plenty, and sounds just as full as the first album. This also helped focus the albums overall sound, it seems.

    Second, there isn’t any overlap between songs....

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