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We Were Exploding Anyway

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A m a z i n g !!

By far the best 65dos album to date, as with all of their albums it's best when listened to as a whole. However it does have some stand out tracks, notably "Come to Me" and "Tiger Girl", both riddled with slow progressing electronica, as well as classic 65dos !!

If I could give it 10 Stars I would !! =D

Superbly wonderful.

65daysofstatic's new album, 'We Were Exploding Anyway' is superbly wonderful music. It never follows a the traditional song form but takes a constantly undulating path through fantastical colours and vibrant music.
I couldn't really say which tracks stand out because, frankly, they're all amazing and unique in their own right.

Fabulous album

I've loved all of the stuff they've done to date, the earlier stuff seemed easy to quantify, post rock at it's best. This album has pushed them forward into a whole new sphere, They seem to be forcing a whole new sub-genre of their own, The fabulously undulating dramatic soundscapes are still there, still as vast and beautiful, The elements of electronica are coming more to the fore more, the high point of the album for me being the sublime 'debutante', with it's John Carpenter-seque synth layers. A wonderful piece of work.

Biography

Formed: 2001 in Sheffield, Yorkshire, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

English instrumental post-rock outfit 65daysofstatic were originally formed in 2001 by Joe Shrewsbury, Paul Wolinski, and Iain Armstrong. Their guitar-led melodies and live drums are combined with sampled drums and atmospheric moments that are akin to contemporaries Mogwai, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, and Explosions in the Sky. That year Armstrong left the band and they recruited drummer Rob Jones and bassist Simon Wright to expand their sound. They went on to release their debut album, The Fall...
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