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Forth

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Reseña de álbum

The Verve’s first album since 1997’s Urban Hymns, Forth proves that the band's command of dark, surging, and hypnotic rock is back in full force. The opener “Sit and Wonder” thumps along with insistence, offering energetic counterpoint to the album’s more dreamy, downtempo moments. “Love Is Noise,” the album’s lead-off single, is classic Verve, balancing vocalist Richard Ashcroft's shamanistic croon with Nick McCabe’s swirling universe of guitar. The rest of the album follows suit, and with its sonic adventurousness, lush atmospheres, and distinctive sound, it's a welcome addition to their catalog.

Reseñas de usuarios

A return to better days!

The Verve have rekindled what was once a great fire musically and made a really enjoyable return with "Forth." This is pure Verve in every sense of the band. Ashcroft's voice retains its quality and in fact expands and explores different styles. This refreshing work capitalizes on their strengths and gives them some gentle but new terrain to explore. Every song on here is distinctly done in their style and matches their prior rock accomplishments.The only real problem is the legacy set down by this band. If you were introduced to this band through "Urban Hymns" this might be a slight disappointment. It is not on par with that album and attempts to draw comparisons will leave "Forth" appearing weak and contrived. However, if you look at this album on its own for its compositions, creativity and as part of the whole Verve catalog, you will be very pleased. This album does not break any new ground. In fact, it is almost like time travelling back to the 1990s. Atmospheric, well produced and full of nicely layered guitar work, this is what the Verve is all about. Pop this on the iPod and get ready to be transported. We have here a great bit of music and perfectly timed for cool autumn nights or a relaxing drive in the country. Their sound is timeless and still satisfies.

Verve still best band on Earth

I don't know what all the bad and mixed reviews are about in the papers and on the net. This album is everything I hoped it would be. Keep in mind I grew up a hip-hop kid in L.A., and The Verve is not only one of the few bands I ever really liked, they are about the only non-hip hop group that always has at least 1 CD in my changer. Sit and Wonder and Rather Be are great, Love is Noise took some time to grow on me but I like it a lot now, and everything else reminds me of why I got mesmerized by the EP, Storm in Heaven and Northern Soul. Hope we see more in the future... to Richard, Nick, Simon, and Peter, thanks for the ride, hope its not over yet.

Return to old ways and days

After listening to this album three times I declare it to be a return of the textural exploration of earlier albums A Storm in Heaven and Northern Soul that has been lacking in Richard AShcroft's solo work.

Biografía

Se formó en: 1989 en Wigan, England

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

Aclamada durante mucho tiempo como una de las bandas más innovadoras y fascinantes de la escena pop contemporánea británica, the Verve se abrió finalmente paso al público de masas internacional en 1997 con el tema, convertido instantáneamente en clásico, "Bittersweet Symphony". El ascenso del grupo fue la culminación de un largo y difícil camino que comenzó al principio de la década y continuó hasta impregnarse de una grave desintegración, múltiples pleitos y una amplia dieta a base de estupefacientes....
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