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Listening too much will ruin a perfect summers day.....

I have to say being more a fan of Alternative Rock eg: TOOL & although I am a massive fan of Sigur Ros, I wasn't expecting a whole lot of anything from this album so when I bought this one I was dipping my hand in a treasure chest with some potentially very dangerous snakes inside. But first track I realised I grabbed a gem. Beautiful counter melodies intertwining, warm and cold together, it allows you to stop listening & just hear the music. His vocals ARE lame, but are rarely used. Don't think Post - Rock (cause it's not) or Electronica or Post Electro - Rocica, think a warm summers day.

Let's not bundle it in with Sigur Ros

Bought this on the recommendation of other reviewer Scotty and have to say that even though our musical takes seemed similar this fell short of expectations. Perhaps if it was an instrumental album I would have liked it better. If you are after something Sigur Ros-ish, while nowhere near the same league, French Teen Idol is worth a listen. I should have bought God is an Astronaut instead of this.

Relaxing music.

The Album Leaf is one of my favourites! Especially good for when you’re trying to work and block out distractions.


Formed: 1999 in San Diego, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Album Leaf began as the solo project of Jimmy LaValle, a San Diego-based songwriter who started recording solo material one year after forming the post-rock band Tristeza. Inspired by a number of genres -- classical, jazz, and post-rock among them -- LaValle constructed his own songs in a similarly eclectic manner, utilizing everything from ambient noise to field recordings to radio transmissions. An Orchestrated Rise to Fall introduced the resulting sound in 1999. An EP (In an Off White Room)...
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