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The Complete Guide To Insufficiency

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Ambiguity
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Execution
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Unmarked Grave
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Walking Over You
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Ever Rotating Sky
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 5   Total Length: 39:06

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painful melancholy

themusicalprimate

I really liked this album at first, the songs are long, melodic, droning. But, they are as depressing as hell and I can barely listen to music like that. Too somber by a half for me, and I really like most melancholy music, too.

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meh

trentcaraig

For getting great praises on here and itunes, I was expecting something more. This is just nothing to me. Nothing.

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Did nothing for me

tallhat

This is a rare event. It's the first time i've actually deleted tracks i've downloaded from emusic (2 years sub). I did give it a chance. I listen to a LOT of varied music and this just didn't work AT ALL for me, vocally, melodically, atmospherically, structurally. I wanted it to grow on me, but it hasn't. Sorry.

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amazing

anylogic

really worth taking the time to appreciate. incredibly rich and moving.

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fantastic

danatsea

this guy rocks and he is just a laugh playing live. he layers music over music over his voice and makes wonderful songs. gonna be big

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Great!

stickinstuck

Broughton is completely his own amazingly heart-felt sound. But in the process he conjures up Skip Spence, Jandek, and Frusciante, mixing startling lyrics with a sense of space and duration. Emusic: get us his new(old) album!

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a five song gem

jerkameleon

This album just knocked me flat, with reminders of Songs: Ohia, Chris Bathgate, and a voice that would give Antony Hegarty a run for his money. This album was recorded in one take in a church in Leeds (you even get the church bells at one point), everything played by DTB and looped to create incredible multi-layered songs. "Execution" sounds incredibly sincere, even with the shockingly blunt lyrical content of the song. And hell, it's five tracks of sprawling folk goodness. Definitely worth the downloads.