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Old 04-30-2013, 09:21 PM   #9441 (permalink)
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Precisely. "The Mevil and Jod are rising above me". It's a good album.
Haven't heard of that one, but thank you for reminding me that Brand Nubian is a band I've completely overlooked over the years. I'm downloading In God We Trust right now.
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Old 04-30-2013, 09:42 PM   #9442 (permalink)
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He's talking about The Brand New.

The Devil and God are Raging Inside Me
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Old 04-30-2013, 09:47 PM   #9443 (permalink)
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He's talking about The Brand New.

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Ah. Heard the name, don't really know them. I do like that photo though.

I am, however, seriously happy this thread reminded me of Brand Nubian. I'm listening to their album In God We Trust at this very moment and I have to say it's exactly the kind of music I've been in the mood for lately.
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Ah. Heard the name, don't really know them. I do like that photo though.

I am, however, seriously happy this this thread reminded me of Brand Nubian. I'm listening to their album In God We Trust at this very moment and I have to say it's exactly the kind of music I've been in the mood for lately.
Hahaha I enjoyed that exchange between you and Slow and Groove.

Related: Devil and God is one of my favorite albums. I'm enjoying it at least monthly.

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Old 04-30-2013, 10:36 PM   #9445 (permalink)
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Hahaha I enjoyed that exchange between you and Slow and Groove.

Related: Devil and God is one of my favorite albums. I'm enjoying it at least monthly.

Hmm... not bad. Definitely an improvement on the song I just listened to on YouTube by them as a result of this thread.
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The Devil and God is likewise one of my own favourite albums.
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The Devil and God is likewise one of my own favourite albums.
What is it that you like most about it?
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What is it that you like most about it?
I think they wrote some amazing melodies and used the soft/loud/Pixies dynamic very well. Also, it was a very important album during a very important time in my life.
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I think they wrote some amazing melodies and used the soft/loud/Pixies dynamic very well. Also, it was a very important album during a very important time in my life.
Heh. I was just looking at the track listing. Is "Degausser" their answer to "Debaser"?

But seriously, I may have to check it out at some point based on your recommendation. Not to mention the song RVCA posted seemed to have a bit of a Church influence to it which I certainly appreciated.
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Heh. I was just looking at the track listing. Is "Degausser" their answer to "Debaser"?

But seriously, I may have to check it out at some point based on your recommendation. Not to mention the song RVCA posted seemed to have a bit of a Church influence to it which I certainly appreciated.
A lot of people shelf it because it's associated with the whole mid-00s indie/emo/scene fad, but if anything worthwhile came of that period, it was this album.

I'd say that if you like The Moon & Antarctica, you'll like this. These albums are cousins in my mind.
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