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Forgiveness Rock Record

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World Sick
6:47  
02
Chase Scene
3:31  
03
Texico Bitches
3:49  
04
Forced To Love
3:34  
05
All To All
4:49  
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Art House Director
3:32  
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Highway Slipper Jam
4:26  
08
Ungrateful Little Father
6:41  
09
Meet Me In The Basement
3:43  
10
Sentimental X's
5:40  
11
Sweetest Kill
5:09  
12
Romance To The Grave
4:47  
13
Water In Hell
4:24  
14
Me And My Hand
2:05  
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 62:57

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great new discovery

ScreamCap

...for me anyway. Here is the CBC3 site to hear more of the songs before making purchases: http://radio3.cbc.ca/bands/Broken-Social-Scene

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S'okay

eJDL

The issue I have wih this and other BSS recording's - they tend to cover the same ground, both thematically and musically, over and over. Don't have the patience for this record as much as hoped for.

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this album blows

helburk

hype hype hype hype.

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Okay

shdave

If you have followed this band since their debut, you can't help but feel that all their material has been second rate and effortful ever since. This album is list-enable but hardly memorable.

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Excellent

Turt

I enjoyed this album. Keep it up!

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No misses

jamesg7392

Still an important band. Love the instrumental "Meet Me in the Basement". You must see the media mashup video for Basement if you haven't. "All to All" has Blonde feel to it while Ungrateful Little Father has a Prince funkiness with a cute keyboard noise. This album supports my theory that Canadians have taken over the alternative music genre. I love the horns on "Arthouse Director". There something for everyone on this album and less meandering than the self titled album.

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Even if you never heard of BSS before...

LTB

Buy this album. Truly one of the best albums of 2010. The mixture of pop, rock and just honest-to-goodness musical talent will make you fall in love.

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I Finally Get It

Quentcomps

I listened through every previous BSS album, and they just never clicked with me. This one has gotten a lot of repeat listens from me, though. One of my best of the year.

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These guys know how to write a song

fulofunk

I appreciate that their songs don't all sound the same with the same tempos and such. There's areason they've been around awhile

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I doubt it gets much better.

wherewithology

Even though this BSS album doesn't devolve into spirals of noise nearly as much as previous efforts, it still retains the essential sound of this excellent excellent band. The gleeful profanity? It's there. The explicit inappropriateness? Also there. Texico B****** bounces so hard it makes you want to jump. But there's meaning too. World Sick is sweeping and epic, and Sweetest Kill is just beautiful. Put it on a mixtape for that kid you got a crush on this summer. Some songs are just basis indie rock, but basically good. Love

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