- Summary: The Montreal, Canada-based quartet (basically, 2003's version of Interpol) follows its acclaimed, 80s-influenced EP "Rememberese" with this debut full-length. "Still In Love Song" is the only song from that EP to reappear here.
- Record Label: Vice
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock
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|Still In Love Song|
|oooh ooooooh oooh ooooooh oooh ooooooh oooh ooooooh we were lovers we were kissers we were holders of hands we were make believers just losing...||See the rest of the song lyrics|
BlenderMope-rock never felt so good. [Nov 2003, p.121]
MojoA similar osmosis of Bunneymen and Chameleons' dramarama as Interpol. [Mar 2004, p.106]
Entertainment WeeklyThe Stills succeed at distilling their influences into an inviting update. [24 Oct 2003, p.105]
SelinaADec 23, 2006I've listened to this cd for countless hours and can honestly that The Stills are one of my favorite bands.
StephenHMar 24, 2005One of my favorite albums from the 21st Century. It blows me away everytime I listen to it.
JohnRNov 1, 2005Absolutely top notch from beginning to end and probably the best album I've heard in 10 years. It really is that good.
TheFishNov 3, 2003Yep, go buy it... In some ways The Stills are the band that The Doves always threatened to be but could never really deliver on. I hear a lot Yep, go buy it... In some ways The Stills are the band that The Doves always threatened to be but could never really deliver on. I hear a lot of early U2 in here too. Big Joyful Mopey Happy Sound that will have everyone dancing at a party.… Expand
JonoMFeb 27, 2004A beautiful record. It's the album that I hoped Interpol would make, but I guess The Stills beat them to it.
stefanmDec 2, 2003After listening to this album at least a dozen times, I still can't get enough. I'd love to see them in concert in a small venue.
CurranFJul 5, 2004I've heard a lot of comparison between the Stills and Interpol and to be quite frank, I never made that connection. "Logic Will Break I've heard a lot of comparison between the Stills and Interpol and to be quite frank, I never made that connection. "Logic Will Break Your Heart" is a decent enough album. It has some good songs, "Animals and Insects" is quite lovely. But all too often "Logic" just melts together with songs that sound exactly the same, particularly in the middle third of the album. Where Interpol benefit from over-production, The Stills seem to long for the lo-fi production that The Strokes enjoy. Interpol also have a certain... finesse, that the Stills do not posses. … Expand
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