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World Record

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Album Review

British hard rock quartet Lower than Atlantis slows down (slightly) and gets both more emotional and more musically ambitious on its second album, World Record. Lead singer Mike Duce, reflecting on the life of a touring musician and the passage of time, sings in a distinct British accent over a band that stops and starts its rhythms to conform to his expressions. World Record is much more of a melodic hard rock album than its predecessor, Far Q, which was more interested in attack and speed, i.e., more of a punk rock album. The contrast can be sampled on this version of World Record, which packages Far Q as a second disc after adding three bonus tracks to the 12 making up World Record proper on Disc One, "Live by the Remote, Die by the Remote," "Beside Myself," and "Grounded."

Customer Reviews

World record

Best album I have listened to this year

8/10

Great follow-up album after Far Q.

7/10

A bit of a step down from their last album (Far Q) but still good and catchy none the less

Biography

Formed: 2007 in Watford, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Hailing from the London satellite town of Watford, Lower Than Atlantis were formed in 2007 by Mike Duce (lead vocals, rhythm guitar) and Ben Sansom (lead guitar, backing vocals), whose shared love of bands such as Biffy Clyro, NOFX, and blink-182 would go on to inspire the group's early sound. At the end of 2008 — after various lineup changes took place on bass and drums — Lower Than Atlantis released their debut EP, Bretton. Clocking in at under 20 minutes and featuring eight tracks,...
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