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Customer Reviews

The Beginning of the End?

I’ll start off by saying that Bloc Party is one of my favourite bands. They have consistently released fantastic albums that reflected their melodic British alternative pop style, while continuing to keep their sound fresh and innovative. Like many I had been waiting patiently for “Four” to come out and was so excited to hear it; however, upon listening to it I was disappointed and let down. I have given it a week of solid listening and despite others comments it has not grown on me. As a whole the album feels like a collection of random songs (some B-sides), it lacks focus and seems like an album that is being released by a band that is going to go it’s separate ways. The best songs on the album are “Team A” and “Day Four”. Songs like “Kettling” sound like a combination of Quicksand and Smashing Pumpkins, both great 90’s American alternative bands, but not what you would expect from Bloc Party. “We are Not Good People” is simply not good. I never thought I’d hear Kele trying to sing 80’s heavy metal verses. Overall “Four” is a disjointed effort with some good, some mediocre, and some really bad. It is a real disappointment and hopefully not the beginning of the end to one of the best bands.

A matured Bloc Party

It seems Bloc Party has stayed true to its roots in Silent Alarm while still maintaining their ambition for experimenting with new sounds. Songs like Real Talk and Coliseum will surprise fans, while Truth and V.A.L.I.S will please those wishing Bloc Party to return to the Silent Alarm era. To say this is Bloc Party's best album is unfair because each album is unique. Listen to the album through 3 times and you will be hooked.


Glad To See These Guys Back! Probably Their Best Album To Date. Didn't Expect Anything Less!!


Formed: London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Equally inspired by Sonic Youth, Joy Division, Gang of Four, and the Cure, East London art punkers Bloc Party mix angular sonics with pop structures. Consisting of singer/guitarist Kele Okereke, guitarist Russell Lissack, bassist/singer Gordon Moakes, and drummer Matt Tong, the band was formerly known as Angel Range and Union before settling on Bloc Party. Okereke and Lissack met each other through mutual friends at the Reading Festival, and discovered that they had musical tastes as well as friends...
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