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Old 11-13-2020, 09:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default My Review of in the Aeroplane over the Sea

My Review of “In the Aeroplane over the Sea” by Neutral Milk Hotel
by Caleb Cross

In the Aeroplane over the Sea is one of the best renowned indie albums of the 90’s.
Known mostly for the melodic guitar strumming, beautiful instrumentals,
And Jeff Mangum’s graceful yet manic singing, and lyrics of longing and sorrow yet with a hint of sweetness to them. The album is often associated with the life and death of young jewish writer Anne Frank, seen in lyrics such as “There is music that sounds from the streets, there are lights in the clouds, Anna’s ghost all around, hear her voice as it’s rolling and ringing through me, soft and sweet.” or “The only girl I ever loved, was born with roses in her eyes, but then they buried her alive one evening 1945, with just her sister at her side.” There is two emotions that this amazing album provokes in me, either a sort of sad yet still in some way happy feeling, or some magical celestial feeling. It was even called album of the century by some people, and was the 6th best selling vinyl of 2008. I highly recommend that anyone reading this article to go check out the album but hey, that’s just my opinion.
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Have you ever listened to Even Oxen or Grog Organ?
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Default I am not sure how this forum works but I assume you were replying to my revie

I hope you found my review quite accurate and enjoyable. I have never heard of those two, but I will yield from my current activities and give the band a listen and maybe a review.

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That's right, IndieKid, with your review, you opened a "New Thread" , so other people can join in and comment on what you wrote.

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Have you ever listened to Even Oxen or Grog Organ?
Can other people answer this question too, Tristan? I also have never listened to those bands, but will check them out, trusting to your good taste, and the fact that you mention them along with Neutral Milk Hotel.

... and welcome to MB, IndieKid If you want, you can go to the "Community Center" section, click on Introductions, and open another thread to tell us a little about yourself.
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I appreciate the response, for now I have the hang of it I was a little uncertain of if the response was to mine. I'm on here to share my opinions on some albums and to find people who like the same music as I myself. C. Cross
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