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Album Review

As Tall as Lions made a late-aughts splash on the indie music scene with a sound characterized by Coldplay-esque melodicism, U2-ish ethereal guitar textures, and the supple, soaring, Jeff Buckley-influenced lead vocals of singer Dan Nigro. On You Can't Take It with You, the Long Island-based group continued in much the same vein as on its 2006 self-titled release, matching the abovementioned sonic palette with kinetic drum'n'bass beats and heaping helpings of old-fashioned rock energy. Sounding at once accessible and inscrutably mysterious, "In Case of Rapture" bristles with a nervous energy that should please emo fans, but remains densely textured enough to appeal to listeners with an ear for the progressive. "Circles" starts out softly melancholy, with a vocal that recalls Art Garfunkel or Elliott Smith before eventually exploding into a guitar freakout underpinned by tense, wiry, claustrophobic rhythms. Throughout, You Can't Take It with You represents the sound of a band striking a delicate balance between emotional directness and artful experimentation. [A Deluxe Edition of the album was released with a DVD of bonus material.]

Customer Reviews

Continue to Improve Every Album

I've been listening to ATAL since Lafcadio, and absolutely loved the evolution to their modern sound when the self titled album came out. YCTIWY isn't a complete re-working of their style, but their sound certainly continued to develop and improve. This album has so much feeling and atmosphere because the drums and bass on every track provide so much depth. Dan also sounds the best he's ever sounded on this new album, and Sleepyhead sounds really good with Saen on vocals. I highly recommend giving this new album a shot, you will be very glad you did

if you want bliss... here it is!

I've been waiting for this cd for a VERY long time and now that its here.... im in awe at the sheer talent provided to us by these guys... i preordered it and my copy came with a signed booklet and from beginning to end... this cd is utter bliss.... its like breathing for the first time or seeing the sun for the first time.... the cd is really fun to drive to... You Cant Take It With You works wonders when its raining while you're on the road... please buy this cd!.... the bonus tracks are worth it too!

Must buy

After a few years since their second album was released, this CD does not disappoint and exceeds my expectations. ATAL continues to improve the sound of their music even better with each release. If you are planning to buy the CD, then get the bonus track version. Four extra ATAL songs for only two dollars is a steal.


Formed: 2002 in Long Island, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Rock quartet As Tall as Lions formed in 2002 in Long Island, NY, after its members had been playing in a previous incarnation called Sundaze. The band's original lineup consisted of Daniel Nigro (vocals, guitar, piano), Saen Fitzgerald (guitar), and Clifford Sarcona (drums). After recording the Blood and Aphorisms EP, the bandmates soon landed a deal with Triple Crown Records and released the Lafcadio LP in spring 2004, and As Tall as Lions' lineup finally settled with good friend Julio Tavarez on...
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