Balance and Composure – “Spinning”

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  1. Melody Bot

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  2. jorbjorb

    Conditioner is better.

    hey i actually like this one.
     
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  3. bmir14

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    I really, really like this mellowed out version of B&C.
     
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  5. Drew Beringer

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  6. jorbjorb

    Conditioner is better.

    wow never knew about the car crash. glad to see they're ok.
     
  7. TrailerParkJesus

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    That face has a Hitler mustache
     
  8. disambigujason

    Formerly js977 Supporter

    I've liked each song so far, though nothing particularly gripping yet. Possibly the worst cover of the year too.
     
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  9. Yellowcard2006

    Regular

    That's a really bad accident, I remember a story about another band that went off a highway and the entire band died. They were extremely lucky considering they mostly didn't have seatbelts on.
     
  10. SayHello

    Regular

    This song is okay. Going back and listening to the others, I feel the same way. At first I was interested in the sound change, but there's little variation between them and even less variation within the songs themself. Just seems like they're playing the same thing the whole song, kind of monotonous. But I'm still hoping I'll like this record more as a collective unit than as a couple singles randomly premiered. Anyhow, I'm happy the band is safe and making music, sounded like an extremely terrifying incident.
     
  11. aniafc

    Regular

    Album is really good. Not too much different from what has been released so far, but hopefully it grows on you.

    "I Tore You Apart In My Head" will always be one of my favorite songs of their's, though haha
     
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  12. mattritter

    Newbie

    Love this. I feel this album is going to be a very natural progression from Things We Think We're Missing.
     
  13. Bartek T.

    D'oh! Prestigious

    I like it more and more, I'll take it for what it is and I'm sure it's going to be a good piece in their discography. So far I can't imagine it will top their previous records for me though, but it's ok :)