- Summary: This breaktrhough sixth album for the German band combines a variety of disparate elements, most notably moody indie rock and glitchy electronica (think Hood's Cold House), to great effect.
- Record Label: City Slang / Domino
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock, Electronic
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LBFeb 20, 2003This CD has been in my player for one year. I can't stop listening to the achingly beautiful music. Pick Up The Phone and Trashing Days This CD has been in my player for one year. I can't stop listening to the achingly beautiful music. Pick Up The Phone and Trashing Days still give me cold chills. … Expand
SethNNov 22, 2007Awesome, cant believe I had to listen through the whole track. Once I heard the first song, it was unfortunate that I was just sitting in my Awesome, cant believe I had to listen through the whole track. Once I heard the first song, it was unfortunate that I was just sitting in my car in the drive way and didn't even want to get out.… Expand
HeidiBMar 23, 2003This album is amazing- calming
RichePJan 8, 2005this is the was music should be heading- because after all, rock is "dead"
AndyWNov 15, 2005there are no words to describe how good this cd is. i highly recommend this.
P.H.Jan 6, 2005Neon Golden is an awesome album. I found this band this year (2004)... in case you like bands like Death Cab for Cutie, DNTEL, Kings of Neon Golden is an awesome album. I found this band this year (2004)... in case you like bands like Death Cab for Cutie, DNTEL, Kings of Convenience or the Postal Service you will probably love this album. My favorite songs are: Consequence, This Room, Trashing Days, Pick Up the Phone... Pilot... hmm... It's great all the way through.… Expand
JohnR.Oct 20, 2003What a stupid album.
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