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- Interpol (#4) by Interpol
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Comeback # 4. Yes everyone's fave doomy New Yorkers return with a new self-titled effort, their 4th. No symbolism ala Led Zep here, just a new swish designer typeface & deep, glossy, atmospheric, galloping, ecstatic, brooding, evocative, dynamic, stentorian, emotive & slick indie rock that somehow sounds less dense, more commercial - yet strangely it can often be as affecting & powerful as once before. Sadly the the metal loving Carlos D has now departed - he contributed his fine bass work then fucked off - leaving the renta-rocker extraordinaire David Pajo to display his magic fingers on their forthcoming tour. Once in my eyes an ingenious cross between Joy Division & Kitchens of Distinction, and solely responsible for the infuriating cuntwagon which is Editors, they've become a very important & influential band in their own right. That beautifully anthemic, oppressive & distinctive style of theirs is totally intact, residing more in upbeat territory than their last & I must comment this is an Interpol album that absolutely stands up next to the last two - probably more of a breath of fresh air than 'Antics' (but will never top their debut - Hardly any albums ever do though) Can see this pleasing the majority of fans - i'm a happy bunny!
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