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Twilight Sad, The / Twilight Sad, The
Album:Twilight Sad, The Collection:General
Artist:Twilight Sad, The Added:02/2007
Label:Fatcat Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2007-05-13 Pull Date:2007-07-15 
Week Ending:15 Jul1 Jul24 Jun17 Jun3 Jun27 May20 May

Recent Airplay
1.Mon, 03 Jun 19:a.b. en masse
indignant, insecure, in taco bell
4.Thu, 21 Oct 10:DJ Truc
Hipster Garbage
2.Mon, 20 May 19:a.b. en masse
indignant, insecure, in taco bell
5.Sat, 12 Dec 09:Eme O
Music Casserole
3.Sat, 12 Mar 11:Eme O
Music Casserole
6.Wed, 11 Nov 09:Trent Kay
Total Pops Madness (sub)

Album Review
Scott Coomes
Reviewed 2007-05-11 
The Twilight Sad: The Twilight Sad (Fat-Cat)
Dreamy Scottish indie-rock. Heavy Scottish accented vox; sings in a longing melancholy tone (kinda like Interpol, but not as dark). Sweet rock guitars, minimal accordion low in mix. Too intimate and present to be ethereal, but still atmospheric. Muffled washes of drum/bass/guitar flow under dramatic vox phrasings. No Fccs. All quite lovely, though a bit self-serious…order of preference: #3, 1, 2, 4, 5
1) 3:55 – yearning pop vox. light accordion. Muffled instrumentation drone in background. Kicks in about half-way through. Awesome, epic guitar + splashy cymbals. Disintegrates into an awesome wash of noise for final 0:30.
2) 4:47 – mostly bare emotive vox carries tune over ballad plodding drums. Gets louder @ 1:40. Melancholy, but not quiet. Last 1:00 quiet tremolo drones. “The kids are on fire in the bed room”.
3) 2:37 – muffled driving pulse. Sing-song repetitive vox. Cool shrill electric guitar commentary on vox line. Some piano chords. Quite+atmospheric. Pretty, but dark. kinda like Interpol.
4) 5:43 – starts with dreamy tremolo guitar. simple drums enter. Melancholy rock vox. Neato accordion +bass swells. Drama-vox (a bit of emotive screaming).
5) 8:46 – quiet post-rocky vibrato guitar. Almost bare dramatic vox phrasings. Builds. Wash of guitar distortion ½ way through track. Same neato melancholy upper-register melodic guitar as #3. “epic”, but I’m not sure where it’s going (how fitting for the lyrics…)

Track Listing
1.But When She Left, Gone Was The Glow 3.Last Year's Rain Didn't Fall Quite So Hard
2.That Summer, At Home I Had Become The Invisible Boy 4.And She Would Darken The Memory
 5.Three Seconds Of Air