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Customer Reviews

What happened? This ain't no Avalanche...

Read my review of this band's last album, "Hello, Avalanche" and you will see how I can be a little dissapointed...After an album like that, I am not expecting their follow-up EP to be as amazing and ground-breaking but come on. They certainly didn't take my advice of leaving the vocals out...Vocals is not what this band was built on...they really don't need them...I know that they are trying to be more mainstream and they think that by singing they will attract more fans...but come on...what was the weakest song on their previous nearly-perfect album: "Hello, Avalanche"? It was the song that they for some reason chose to sing on...'Queen"...what a as if they carried that bad idea into an EP... be fair, I didn't really give this album many listens and a fair chance before judging, that is why I am rating it three stars and not two...For some reason, bands can't release succesful EPs following the release of their best album (well except Blitzen Trapper's "Black River Killer" but that's a different story)..for example: Animal Collective (a band similar in style to Octupus Project)'s "Fall Be Kind" EP was not even close to the bar that their previous masterpiece "Merriweather Post Pavillion" set...not even close...maybe I just have a predjudice against EPs... But if you are interested in getting into this band...please go buy their best album to date (and it will most likely be their best ever) which is "Hello, Avalanche"...and read my review of the album if you have any doubts...


pretty good album i'd say, but not really all that exciting. worth buying though (:

Wet gold video

This is a really great music video to the song "Wet Gold"


Formed: Austin, TX

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Toto Miranda, Josh Lambert, and Yvonne Lambert came together as a junky, dirty, hook-heavy electronic trio called the Octopus Project in the late '90s. Their music caught the ears of the folks at Peek-a-boo Records in 2001, and the band released their first album on that label, Identification Parade, one year later. Their second album, One Ten Hundred Thousand Million, followed in 2004, and the Octopus Project went on to tour heavily over the course of the next year, appearing at festivals like Noise...
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