Ten Stories - mewithoutYou
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  • Band members: Mike Weiss, Greg Jehanian, Rickie Mazzota, Aaron Weiss
  • Summary: Daniel Smith of Danielson produced the fifth full-length album for the indie rock band that features guest appearances from Amy Carrigan, Hayley Williams of Paramore, and Aimee Wilson.
  • Record Label: Redeye Music Distribution
  • Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Indie Rock, Indie Folk
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  1. While mewithoutYou is still as ambiguous as ever with their music, they've never been as creative and daring as they are on Ten Stories.
  2. Jul 20, 2012
    Ten Stories should easily please any mewithoutYou fan, but this is by no means pandering....11 musically and lyrically engaging stories. [Jun 2012]
  3. Jul 20, 2012
    Ten Stories is at ease with its ambiguity and style-shifting.
  4. Jul 20, 2012
    mewithoutYou managed to synthesize its various explorations into a richer sound, using the sort of palette necessary to adequately pummel the album's deep meditations while properly expressing the emotional potency they contain.
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  1. Nov 2, 2012
    I hereby pronounce this album as the very best album there ever was, and I would know, for i wrote the second very best album there ever was, "On Avery Island". That's right plebeians! now stop groveling and listen to this album. Expand
  2. Jun 15, 2014
    This album is awesome. I'm pretty partial when it comes to mewithoutyou. However, just a warning, this is a lot different than Catch for Us the Foxes and Brother, Sister. I would've probably given this higher than an 8 had they not made those 2 albums prior to this one. There are few parts that are spoken-word, but for the majority of the album, they kinda went with a folk-ish theme. It works but it's not a Catch for Us the Foxes (the BEST album by them) Expand