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  1. Miracle Mile
  2. Lost That Easy
  3. Loner Phase
  4. Fear & Trembling
  5. Tuxedos
  6. Bottled Affection
  7. Jailbirds
  8. Water & Power
  9. Dear Miss Lonelyhearts
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4.0 su 5 stelle I was supposed to do great things. 20 aprile 2013
Di Jason Stein - Pubblicato su
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
I have been a fan of Cold War Kids since 2007 when I first heard "Hang Me Up To Dry" and "Hospital Beds" from their debut album "Robbers & Cowards". They were at the tail end of the last New Wave movement from 10 years ago with The Killers, The Bravery, Franz Ferdinand, The Strokes, Snow Patrol, Coldplay, The Music, etc. Now, they've never really achieved the success of some of those other bands, and they've remained relatively on the fringe, and this is due to their refusal to completely embrace the mainstream. Each of their four albums avoids going straight for the hook. Although, fans my argue that the band's last album "Mine Is Yours" was a shocking move towards arena rock like U2, Coldplay and Kings Of Leon.

Still, nothing from "Mine Is Yours" got lodged in the public's consciousness. This is one of the great things about this band--they remain an undiscovered gem. Rough around the edges and impenetrable at times. "Dear Miss Lonelyhearts" is a solid piece of work. Wisely stick with my favorite formula--that less is more, and only offering up 10 tracks, the band turns out a tight, focused effort with very little filler. But are the songs great songs? Not necessarily. This isn't "Sgt. Peppers" or "Dark Side Of The Moon" or "Achtung, Baby". But what it is, is a nicely crafted piece of alternative rock.

The band kicks things off with the rocking "Miracle Mile"--certainly a choice as a single from the album. From there, you have "Lost That Easy" and "Loner Phase" which are also good songs. Things take a turn for a bit with "Fear & Trembling" and "Tuxedos" both reflective songs, slowing down for you to take in.

Side two, usually a challenge for most bands, is equally as interesting here with the catchy choice for another single "Bottled Affection" followed by "Jailbirds" and "Water & Power" which are decent. The final two tracks could both be singles with "Dear Miss Lonelyhearts" and "Bitter Poem" thoughtfully ending the album on a high note. Like I said, there is much space wasted here, and the lyrics are interesting, and the band sounds committed to the material. It's just that I can't help feeling the band still has a better album in them. It's as if they are working up to making their career defining masterpiece.

I read some reviews that say this album is a return to "Robbers & Cowards", or at least a step in the right direction, but honestly, the band has never really made any grave mistakes artistically. It's true that "Mine Is Yours" was their weakest, and most unfocused, effort, but it was still decent.

Here's how "Dear Miss Lonelyhearts" compares with the band's other works:

2006 Robbers & Cowards: Three and a Half Stars
2008 Loyalty To Loyalty: Three and a Half Stars
2011 Mine Is Yours: Three Stars
2013 Dear Miss Lonelyhearts: Three and a Half Stars
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5.0 su 5 stelle GREAT Improvement 4 aprile 2013
Di neutralmilk - Pubblicato su
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Now I've been a fan of them since Robbers and Cowards came out and I'm very impressed with the direction taken in this album. The music here is what CWC does best. It's bluesy, yes, but very much alternative. The experimental stuff on here is still done amazingly well and is no doubt due to the presence of Modest Mouse's former guitarist. I'd highly recommend this album to everyone.

Best Tracks:
1) Miracle Mile
4) Fear and Trembling
8) Water and Power
9) Dear Miss Lonelyhearts
5.0 su 5 stelle Don't be intimidated by the outer coating 3 febbraio 2014
Di A. Torres - Pubblicato su
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At first glance I was a little deterred by the strange atmosphere around the recording style. It seemed more vintage and a bit distorted. It was very Arcade Fire-esque. The more I thought about the first samples I heard, the more that this style seemed to fit the theme and tone. I felt like the album, sonically, danced right at the edge of my comfort zone and that a few good listens might make it a milestone. I had to order the album. Thank God I did.

This came out of nowhere for me. I hadn't kept tabs on the band. What a freaking beautiful little thing that I now have with me. The songs shift from nervously shaky vocals and coy awkward lows to anthemic prolonged highs. Cold War Kids does both very well.

People contrast an album's highs and lows at nearly every album as if it were something special, though every album has slow and fast parts. But the lows on this album are really strangely validly low.
Nathan's voice is good. But he really tests my comfort zone with some of those vocals hitting effeminate areas, slurred attempts at displaying composure, and monotone vibratos. I loved every minute of it. The glorified moments of certainty are always tainted with air of the uncertainty preceding them. The album takes you, sonically, through strange muddy places, while the lyrics remain quite linear. It's almost as if the project is reconditioning words and their meaning to complement the context as they should. Lines like "nobody's to blame", "hold me again, don't count mistakes" and "I have given up on my hotel" are almost cleansed of their cliche's.

I don't know what is luck and what is strategy, but I thank Cold War Kids for this piece.
5.0 su 5 stelle As the band members mature, so does their sound. 4 giugno 2013
Di AUSTIN WASKEY - Pubblicato su
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
It's amazing how different the Cold War Kids sound from their original works. Somehow they maintain a unique sound that remains purely theirs. I think that this album is more like "Behave Yourself" and "Mine is Yours" than it is like "Robbers and Cowards," yet again the band has etched out a new niche. This album has less energy than any previous album, but this makes for a CD that is an easy listen to, one that you can leave on repeat for a week or two.
5.0 su 5 stelle Perfect Cold War Kids 14 aprile 2014
Di Jenny K. - Pubblicato su
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I am a fan of Cold War Kids but had not listened to any of their new work for a long time. When I downloaded this album from Amazon and listened straight through it, I remembered all the reasons I love the Cold War Kids. Melodic and contemplative, the music is superb. The lyrics are great too. If you liked the Cold War Kids from songs like Hospital Beds, you'll like this album.

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