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A Hundred Million Suns

Snow Patrol

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Reseña de álbum

If Final Straw introduced Snow Patrol to the mainstream and Eyes Open cemented the band's popularity, then A Hundred Million Suns is the group's ultimate bid for stardom, its slick production and sonic uplift designed to maintain Snow Patrol's place in the charts. Like "Chasing Cars," the mega-single from Snow Patrol's previous album, tracks like "Take Back the City" and "If There's a Rocket Tie Me to It" are slyly repetitive — their hooks are cyclic, each comprising only a handful of notes, and their straightforward familiarity helps maximize the songs' singalong potential. But A Hundred Million Suns also features more curve balls than the band's past catalog, from "Lifeboats" (an icy love song with synthesizer glissandos and falsetto harmonies) to "The Golden Floor," whose handclap-and-stomp intro recalls the light hip-hop flavor of OneRepublic's "Apologize." This is where Snow Patrol sound best — at the intersection between marketable pop/rock and something more challenging, whether it's an unexpected arrangement or an interesting melodic turn.

The band's appeal also owes a good deal to Gary Lightbody, who maintains his status as the least famous frontman of a very famous band. He's the boy next door, a musical Everyman who's just as average looking as Chris Martin and only half as desperately self-effacing. Looks may have little to do with an artist's music, but such appearances help ground Snow Patrol's music, even while "Take Back the City" and "Please Take These Photos from My Hands" reach for the same stars that U2 routinely grab. When A Hundred Million Suns focuses on music — not saccharine radio fodder like "Chasing Cars," but actual music, with twists and turns that haven't been mapped out by generations of likeminded balladeers — the album warrants Snow Patrol's existing fame, presenting a band that aspires to pop/rock grandeur without developing the accompanying ego.

Reseñas de usuarios


Este album es excelente, Snow Patrol es lo mejor.
Destacan: Lifeboats, Please just take this photos from my hands, Engines y The planets bend between us.
Tambien vale la pena mucho escuchar The Lightning Strikes, es muy larga pero muy buena


Muy bueno este 5to álbum, lo recomiendo mucho, tal vez no sea el mejor q a hecho la banda, pero tiene lo suyo. Simplemente magnifico!!!

Disfrutable por completo

Un disco maravillosamente equilibrado en donde se nota la madurez que esta banda ha alcanzado. Recomendable ampliamente para los seguidores del grupo. Vale la pena fijarse en The Lightning Strike, pieza con un toque progresivo de alta calidad.


Se formó en: 1994 en Dundee, Scotland

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

After failing to secure an international audience for nearly ten years, Snow Patrol broke into the mainstream with 2003's Final Straw, a mega-selling album that showcased the band's fondness for epic, melancholic rock. The group had originally stuck closer to the pop realm, releasing quirky albums that took more cues from Belle & Sebastian than Coldplay (to whom the band would later draw many comparisons). Final Straw proved to be a turning point, however, paving...
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