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Album Review

Sure, this album is sensitive and emotive — but it's not monochromatic or simply reliant on fading from loud to soft and back to loud again. The group manages to balance out a mixture of bright, acoustic shimmers of guitar with more forceful electric leads and a handful of singalong harmonies. Occasionally, they end up with a poppy, slightly off-kilter pop song like "Hosanna in the Highest" — which sounds like a teenage Buffalo Tom. The recording of the album is another highlight — the way the bells chime or the acoustic guitars flicker. A track like "One Version of Events" is a basic chunky punk-pop song with thick, quavering leads, but it comes to life in the recording and multi-tracking. "Deadship, Darkship," with its harmony-led chorus and cathartic screech, manages to deliver tension tenfold — not to mention by throwing in an arena-ready singalong. Elsewhere in the album, moments of presumed predictability are given new light by quick changes and smart melodies. For every minute of tinny, wishful, bleary-eyed angst, there's a rallying cry à la Superchunk. It may not be the most distinctive of releases, but it manages to formulate the sounds of what could be an interesting trajectory.


Formed: 1997

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Chapel Hill, NC, indie rock combo Sorry About Dresden was formed in mid-1997 by vocalist Matt Oberst, guitarist Eric Roehrig, bassist Matt Tomich, and drummer James Hepler. Debuting early the following year with the single "Crusades," the group also appeared on the compilations Pet Sounds, Vol. 1 and The Bridges of Dissonant County before issuing the full-length The Mayor Will Abdicate in late 1999. How the Cold War Began appeared in early...
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