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My favorite band in the world turned devolved

From quirky and thought provoking lyrics, to fast and intricate guitars, dynamic song progression and catchy bass lines, Tokyo Police Club used to be the band I compared everyone else to. However, this album has abandoned the things I loved about the old TPC. With this new album, we get nothing more than a bunch of pop nothing songs, with no mysterious lyrics that the listener has to decipher or fantastical story being told. The music is also simple, consisting of boring drum beats and stranded, dumbed down, guitars. The songs just sound empty, of meaning and musically speaking. Although I love Dave Monks voice, I don't think the style of singing that he is experimenting with in this album suites him at all. I don't really know how to explain it, but when I listen to his old stuff, there seems to be more feeling and emotion than this album. I just hope the TPC I love is still in there somewhere and this album was just a diversion or experiment with something new.


Formed: 2005 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The high-energy indie rock outfit Tokyo Police Club features vocalist/bassist Dave Monks, keyboardist/vocalist Graham Wright, guitarist/percussionist Josh Hook, and drummer/percussionist Greg Alsop. Forming in the wake of the breakup of the foursome's previous project, they regrouped as Tokyo Police Club in 2005. They began performing live around Toronto that summer, and the rousing receptions their shows got convinced the group to make Tokyo Police Club a full-time venture. Early in 2006 the band...
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