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Green Fury

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Canadian Song
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Measure 3
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Neighbor's New Yard
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City Plan
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Promise the Bite
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Silence
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This Is Montreal
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Part of the Woods
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New Part of Town
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Jefferson
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Crickets
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It Becomes Night
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Copper Mine
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Album Information
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 38:57

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comforting, but simple.

EMUSIC-01DB9675

Green Fury is, for me, not a spectacular album, but it is comforting. It doesn't bring out any deep emotions or capture all of my attention, but it is good.

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Just discovered & loving it !

snowdream

I found Matt Pond on the C-net website... in fact there are some 10 free Matt Pond tracks available and a few gems to be found there (most are not on the albums found here on emusic). I am definitely going to buy more of his stuff. Check it out (type matt pond in the search box) http://music.download.com

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Great Stuff

KelseyRoth

I love this band. I got so hooked that I bought everything I could find by Matt Pond PA. At this point, Matt Pond could take a dump on an optical disk and I'd probably buy it. This band is just THAT GOOD!

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Awesomeness

museicalrevolt

Got this a few months back and Nature of Maps a couple weeks ago. Both great albums all the way through. Highly recommended.

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Discover this band!

MrManFitz

I don't know how this band has gone so under reviewed for this long. Green Fury and Nature of Maps are two solid albums filled with memorable songs. Reminds me a little of Clem Snide.

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nice-n-mellow

free-slave

my friend is all about this guy-i would rather listen to rocky votolato-but this is still good-he would be able to give better input-but he got me to download measure 3-and you should too-beautiful song

They Say All Music Guide

Capturing a mood caught somewhere between alert and energized and blissful, this release from the group known as Matt Pond PA serves as an introduction to confessional songwriting that shows that it need not all be self-indulgent. It’s a detached record and yet it is earnest. For all of its heart-on-a-sleeve acoustic guitar strumming, there are string-laden majestic moments that manage to have a wider scope. Tracks like “City Plan” and “Promise the Bite” alternate between being spaced-out wonders and pop music gems. It’s not that Matt Pond is necessarily that expressive as a singer, but in terms of expressing a mood — melancholy laced with less than a tinge of sincerity — this is where the record succeeds. There are recognizable indie rock elements here, but they are dolled up in tasteful orchestration. It’s the sort of record that lends itself to accusations of being Baroque or grand in scope, but it is both of those things tactfully and humbly — and not with any lavish adherence to any sort of pre-established code. It may be a Baroque sound, but it is not a revisionist sound. The Green Fury is somewhere between the Shins and the Cure’s Disintegration, which — as you might be able to guess — is not a bad place to be. – Jon Pruett

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