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Customer Reviews

Incredible Album

If you are pondering whether or not to buy this album, you'd be foolish not to. How National Skyline has not blown up, is beyond me. This album, start to finish, is one of the strongest albums I have heard all year. Lyrically, it is so smart. This is the type of album you can listen to all the time. Well done, National Skyline, well done.

A fantastic, solid album.

A little bit Hum, a little bit Failure, a little bit Swervedriver....and all National Skyline. This band gets better and better. The album is well written but not pretentious, and well engineered without the over-production that plagues so many modern releases. If you're looking for something that you're never going to hear on the radio...that's better than anything you'll hear on the radio....pick it up.

Album Of The Year....Early prediction

I can't get over Edge Of The World. What a piece of work. I keep pressing rewind for that one. I love all the guitar interplay. This record is a giant leap for National Skyline. The early stuff was ok, but I prefer this new direction. Every song has a different feel and texture. I'm amazed with the guitar sounds. So well crafted. I love all the lyrical themes as well. Really into the whole good/evil thing. I know it's early in the year, but this is totally gonna be in my top 5 at the end of the year. I love it!!!!!


Formed: 1998 in Champaign-Urbana, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

National Skyline's indie rock conceptions began as a solo project of Hum bassist Jeff Dimpsey. Beginning as an idea to create a 45-minute composition in his hometown, Champaign, IL, in 1996, National Skyline eventually became a composite band with an always-changing lineup. After getting together a set consisting of Nicky Macri, formerly with C-Clamp and Euphone, Derek Niedrighaus, previously with Castor and Sarge, and Jeff Garber, another former member of Castor, Dimpsey ultimately managed to materialize...
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Bliss & Death, National Skyline
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: Feb 17, 2009

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