Maybe it would be easier to give The Fountain the benefit of the doubt if it hadn't been preceded by four similar efforts, or if singer Ian McCulloch hadn't spent the band's entire career unabashedly proclaiming their genius and preeminence in the rock world, but that's a lot of "if" to work with.
ToddC.Nov 13, 2009Tracks 1-7 and 10 get better and better everytime you here them. A classic it will be, if The Fountain gets enough air play it should work it's magic on the newer generation. It's catchy lyrics and up beats has me rock'en again like back in the 80's when they first can to the U.S.… Expand
PatrickSNov 14, 2009I like it. A fun excursion with the Bunnymen.
JoeHNov 14, 2009Sadly a tired, stale, formulaic simulation of a once-legendary band.
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