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Bravery Repetition & Noise

Bravery Repetition & Noise


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Official Release Date May 13, 2008
Artist Brian Jonestown Massacre
Genre Pop
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0004889336
Item Code  0689492076825

features

  • Manufacturer: A Records ( AARZ )

track listing

1. Just for Today2. Telegram3. Stolen4. Open Heart Surgery5. Nevertheless6. Sailor7. You Have Been Disconnected8. Leave Nothing for Sancho9. Let Me Stand Next to Your Flower10. If I Love You?11. (I Love You) Always12. If I Love You? (new European Gold Standard Secret Babylonian Broth)

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Having long explored the ins and outs of psychedelia, the Brian Jonestown Massacre now delve deep into the gloaming world of pop. Bravery, Repetition and Noise is a darkly dreamy album, rich in atmospheres, layered in waves of sound, moody pop for disillusioned people. The album's antecedents are clear, the gloomy post-punk Brit bands whose angst shuddered out across the airwaves in the late '70s through the early '80s. Of course, many of those groups were as inspired by psychedelia as they were by punk's nihilism, pulling both strands into a doom-laden, experimental sound quite distinct from anything that had come before or since. BJM uses this as their touchstone, lovingly re-creating the moods and atmospheres of the past. The vast vistas of "Open Heart Surgery," for example, is so Cure-esque that it seems to have been ripped right out of the hands and mouth of Robert Smith. "Just for Today" is Echo and the Bunnymen transplanted to San Francisco circa 1967, which is where they really wanted to be half the time anyway. Brighter numbers are still capped by dark clouds, musically and lyrically, poppier melodies are snatched out of the sun to bask in the shadows, while there's even a handful of more acoustic ballads to give the whole concept a twist. Bravery may have started at post-punk's knees, but by the end shimmers into a category all its own, and its all the more enjoyable for it

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