Goodbye Enemy Airship the Land

Goodbye Enemy Airship the Land


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Official Release Date Dec 21, 2010
Artist Do Make Say Think
Genre Pop
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0004983210
Item Code  0666561001018

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  • Manufacturer: Southern/Constellation

track listing

1. When Day Chokes the Night2. Minmin3. Landlord Is Dead4. Apartment Song5. All of This Is True6. Bruce E Kinesis7. Goodbye Enemy Airship

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What's refreshing about Goodbye Enemy Airship the Landlord Is Dead is its earnestness and straightforward approach. The band implements some interesting mixing techniques, including panning electronic loops and rich reverb, which invite the "post-rock" critiques, but also enhance their sound. The guitars are deft, and most of the album relies on minor droning themes. "When Day Chokes Night," the first track, opens with a lone guitar riff that builds to a cathartic demise, but this formula -- simple melodies pushed to their brink -- is used too often and becomes a bit repetitive. "The Landlord Is Dead," as well as the final track, "Goodbye Enemy Airship," both have this build-up dynamic. The band's best moments come during the subdued passages when tiny electronic blips undercut the drummers' rim shots. These relaxed passages seem well suited to the band's sense of experimentation and also allow them to indulge in a bit of variety. Far from the Tortoise or jazz sound, Do Make creates some interesting moments that prove there's more to music these days than a sampler and a drum machine.

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SN: 223 | 1007 { 58 } | | WS: 1 | | Cat: 2093