- Summary: The Toronto, Canada-based quartet returns with a fourth LP of psychedelic post-rock instrumentals, divided, as the title suggests, into three movements.
- Record Label: Constellation
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock, Instrumental
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Positive: 12 out of 12
Mixed: 0 out of 12
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Positive: 6 out of 6
Mixed: 0 out of 6
Negative: 0 out of 6
DeroANov 11, 2003bloody fantastic
ToxicDudeOct 16, 2003This album is my favourite album of the year.
SorenBrothersNov 14, 2003Can't stop listening to this, better every time.
MCahillDec 26, 2003Albums just don't come with this much willingness to exist. Urgent, positive, textured, astonishing.
HunterJan 27, 2006Amazing. A more jazz-inflected post-rock, resulting in a pastoral vibe not dissimilar to Boards of Canada. I'd say they're the best Amazing. A more jazz-inflected post-rock, resulting in a pastoral vibe not dissimilar to Boards of Canada. I'd say they're the best band in the world. & Yet & Yet is a little better, though.… Expand
brianjMar 8, 2007Best album I've heard in a while. Will take you through most every emotion.
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