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Return of the shoe gazers

For anyone who remembers the early 90's shoe gazing movement this is a must buy! Think slowdive, my bloody valentine with a modern twist. Excellent.


it is an alright album i think.but his voice is a bit boring. everything else works nicely together.the record can go on a bit though and most of the songs are over five minutes and dont seem to go anywhere.

Manchester indeed!

The first reviewer is correct that the soul of this band resides in Manchester, but the main influence is definitely neither Joy Division nor Echo and the Bunnymen; like Interpol, these guys have obviously been ingesting copious amounts of the work of The Chameleons, unarguably the best band ever to come out of Manchester. The vocals are pure burgess, although not executed with the same world-weary finesse. The guitars are straight out of the gospel according to Reg and Dave, and recall, as does the early work of Interpol, pre-Script of the Bridge tracks and some of the later Chameleons/Sun and Moon songs. As the album progresses we hear more of the sound of Joy Division, but the vocals are always more burgess than Curtis. The guitar of Will Sergeant also comes into play around this time, but Reg and Dave are still the prime influences.


Formed: 1998 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Inspired by post-punk, dream pop, and a touch of electronica, the San Francisco-via-New York quintet Film School began as the brainchild of vocalist/guitarist Krayg Burton (aka Greg Bertens), who began recording under the Film School name in the late '90s. After releasing the I'm Not Working 7" on MeToo! Records, Burton joined forces with a rotating cast of musicians to make 2001's full-length A Brilliant Career, including members of Fuck and Elephone as well as Pavement and Preston School of Industry's...
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