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Discussion in 'Non-Opeth Music Chat' started by in_my_time_of_disease, May 28, 2008.
Haha, I actually thought that was the title!!
haha well I guess the title fits a little, given they play endlessly in English on the last track of the album "all alright", being the first song with Jonsi singing in English.
I like some post-rock but Sigur Ros is so fucking boring. Im glad that there is bands like Red Sparrowes.
^ you blow
LOLOLOLOL, WTF????? They make great music, but damn, they need to settle the hell down. WAY too much energy there...
Interviewer - "Jan, can you speak?"
Jan - "I don't know" (long , uncomfortable silence ensues...) lol
that interview is hilarious. they're just sitting there going "durr wtf"
I laughed so hard hearing Jonsi say "fucking bullshit" when questioned about hopelandic. He must get that question heaps haha.
Full album stream! http://widget.nabbr.com/sigur_ros.html....My god this destroys...
thanks mate!! i really like it
ill buy the album anyway
cheers for the linkage dude! sounds perfect, as per usual
fuck, this new album destroys!!!
it sucks having opeth and sigur rós releasing new albums the same month... i can't split my love in half!!!
^I know how you feel. Just listened to it for the 2nd time through, fantastic stuff.
what the hell is going on in that interview. i dont know if they did that to be funny, because they cant speak english or just because they are a bunch arrogant faggots
They're quiet reserved people. You'd know this if you'd seen them live or on the DVD-documentary. This dude is loud and in their face. They don't want to talk to him.
On a 4th listen now, my god this album is incredible. Jonsi's vocals on Festival and Ára bátur are amazing. Overall very very solid, I still can't compare to the rest but I can tell it will certainly be on par with their previous work over time.
yeah this album is great
yeah this pretty much domin8z!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1________
favorite tracks so far: ara batur, fljótavik and festival