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I agree. The Critic who reviewed this Cd must not know music. Or does not appreciate the musical depth that Idiot Pilot reaches in this album. They have a genre all to their own. The entracing drum beats and synths along with the soothing guitar and slow vocals takes you out in to a world of its own. It entrances your mind to enter new worlds of thinkin then it slams you back to earth with the harsh, exassperated screaming. Then it takes you again to the distant reaches of your mind and then slams you back down with the screams!! Truly brilliant how a band is able to accomplish something like this. Prpos to Idiot Pilot and I hope they continue in thier ways...

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The iTunes reviewer is an idioit, this is truly the best indie album of 2004 without a doubt.'A day in the life of a pool shark' and 'millitance prom' are two extremely good tracks on what is an ultimately ground breaking album. Powerful, haunted and dark, Strange We Should Meet Here is one of my favorite albums of all time. If youre a person like me who enjoys Alternative, Electronica and Rap, especially the fringe elements of each, then this album is essential.


somehow idiot pilot manages to bring us an ambient rock feel with hard-core screeming


Formed: 2003 in Bellingham, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Bellingham, WA's Idiot Pilot comprises Michael Harris (vocals) and Daniel Anderson (guitars, keys, programming). Strange We Should Meet Here, the duo's debut, originally appeared in February 2004 through their own Clickpop imprint. But word of mouth was strong for the band's plucky blend of moody electronics and screeching post-hardcore noise, and Idiot Pilot was soon getting spins on Seattle modern rock radio and scoring gigs at Experience Music Project. They signed with Reprise in May of that year,...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Indie Rock
  • Released: Nov 30, 2004

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