- Summary: The Doug Martsch-led band returns with its first album in five years, and its first in 13 years not to utilize producer Phil Ek. Recent touring guitarist Jim Roth makes his recorded debut with the band, and Quasi's Sam Coomes returns to help on keyboards.
- Record Label: Warner Bros
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock
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FilterMay be the band's greatest achievement yet. [#20, p.90]
Entertainment WeeklyMore enjoyably organic-sounding than most of 2001's too pristine Ancient Melodies of the Future. [14 Apr 2006, p.86]
KirbyMay 3, 2007Solid album!
Capt.ShinerAug 17, 2006It's been a couple of months since this was released and I wanted that much time to see how much staying power it had. As you can see, I It's been a couple of months since this was released and I wanted that much time to see how much staying power it had. As you can see, I think it sticks like KrazyGlue. Every once in a while I need to take a frivolous road trip to destroy my eardrums with sound without dragging anyone else down with me. PLAY IT LOUD!… Expand
BobSApr 11, 2006Yay!
DontrelleMApr 18, 2007Built To Spill are without a doubt the most underrated band right now in music. Every album they've released has been amazing and a real Built To Spill are without a doubt the most underrated band right now in music. Every album they've released has been amazing and a real labor of love from them. With this album they once again prove why there one of the most reliable bands around. YIR is probably there best work of there career. I love this band!… Expand
EricSApr 16, 2006Built to Spill is my favorite band. So I may be a little biased. However, this CD was overall a good CD but compared to their previosu CDs it Built to Spill is my favorite band. So I may be a little biased. However, this CD was overall a good CD but compared to their previosu CDs it just doesnt compare. It is a success while at the same time being a failure if that is possible. But as I said Im baised they get a 7 and an additional 2 for being them.… Expand
JuanGJun 4, 2006Easily the best BTS album since Keep it Like a Secret.
JohnMApr 13, 2006the only thing good about this album is the artwork. stop the jammy guitar solos and get back to sweet poppy tunes!
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