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A Wonderful Musical Journey

Trail of Dead is one of the best bands around these days. All of the songs on this album are carefully crafted to provide one of the best straight-through albums I've ever heard. If you're looking for a thoroughly satisfying musical experience, then this is the album for you. Don't stop with just "Will You Smile Again For Me," get the whole album; you will not regret it.

THE best album of 2005.

I,on average,buy probably 5-6 cds a month. I bought this one after hearing "Let It Dive" on an EA video game. I was blown away that the entire cd was unbelievable. with out a doubt The best cds ive bought and heard in the past three years. if your one of those types that doesnt want the whole thing(Big Mistake), at least get "let it dive, the summer of 91, and worlds apart". you wont be let down. great composition. i own 3 copies of this cd. because ive played out the first two.

Worlds Apart

To start off, I will say that Source Tags & Codes is an almost unmatchable album in just about every sense of the word. It's one of the greatest releases of recent years, if you ask me, and considerably better than its follow-up, Worlds Apart. That said, Worlds Apart has a curious charm to it that allows it to stand on its own. That charm is somewhat diminished when you hear the dialoge stuck randomly (pointlessly) between songs, such as the band's name at the end of "Ode to Isis," something about "doin' it wild" at the end of "The Summer of '91," a Russian child speaking at the end of "Let It Dive" (one of the snatches of dialogue I can see reason for putting into the album... once you take away just how unbearably annoying it is) and a woman moaning and weeping along to the title track's chorus at the end of "The Best." The album is already artistic enough, and throwing in the snatches of dialogue doesn't do anything to help. That complaint aside, the album is indeed quite pleasant. It has a rocky start with "Ode to Isis," an almost unnecessary track, but hits the ground running with the next eleven tracks. I find that tracks two through six are some of the strongest songs the band has ever created that can exist independently (as opposed to Source Tags & Codes, in which each song fit almost like a puzzle piece and was both independent and dependent on those that come before and after it). "Will You Smile Again for Me?" is an excellent hard rocker. "Worlds Apart," despite the gratuitous vulgarities that get the album marked as explicit, does indeed say some things that need to be said, all the while remaining catchy. "The Summer of '91" is a strange song - nice, but not something I'd ever really expected the band to come up with. "The Rest Will Follow" is both epic and sweeping, starting off majestically and following its intro with catchy verses and a memorable chorus. "Caterwaul," as I believe the iTunes review states, is reminiscent of The Smashing Pumpkins. The second half of the album is by all means just as good, but the tracks are not able to stand on their own as well as the tracks on the first half of the album, deciding to throw in artistic filler that neither helps nor really hurts the album. The final track is pleasant enough, but for an album that began as strongly as it did, there should be a stronger track to even things out. That said, the album is still worth listening to, if a let-down after their previous release. I recommend buying any tracks off of the first half. That, or buy the whole album. It is by no means a waste and contains some excellent material from an excellent band.

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