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4 reviews » Sigur Ros are back with another album. Rather splendid packaging it comes in too with a cut out plastic thingy over the jewel case. Not seen the vinyl yet but that's cos it's not ready. Gonna be at least another week or 2 as there has been problems with the sleeve already. Anyway there's 2 schools of thought re Sigur Ros that I can see. One is that you ... »

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( ) by Sigur Ros
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8/10 Phil Staff review, 10 January 2007
Sigur Ros are back with another album. Rather splendid packaging it comes in too with a cut out plastic thingy over the jewel case. Not seen the vinyl yet but that's cos it's not ready. Gonna be at least another week or 2 as there has been problems with the sleeve already. Anyway there's 2 schools of thought re Sigur Ros that I can see. One is that you think they're musical saviours making beautiful, interesting and emotive music. The other is that they make long drawn out pretentious arty pompous albums. I sit firmly in the middle (as I often do) as I like them but think they have a tendency to wallow somewhere around their arse area. If you liked the last album you'll love this. The songs are longer (none of them have titles and the album is officially known as brackets as far as I'm concerned), even more emotive and it reminds me a lot of Radiohead with Kevin the singer sounding more like Thomas Yorke than he has done before. This is good album and I wouldn't expect any less. The band are going from strength to strength and this could be the one that puts 'em on a par with Godspeed (sizewise that is, not in quantity of members......) and makes 'em all massive like. We'll wait and see......

9/10 Bill O Customer review, 24th April 2015

In typical, provocative Sigur Ros-style, this album is beautifully minimalistic in it's concept. () is an 'untitled' album, with 8 'untitled' tracks. The artwork is blank with no text in sight. A true 'let the music do the talking' moment.

() is an album of two halves. It's first haunting, simplistic, echoing, subdued in sound. The second beautifully constructed, epic numbers, taking the listener to the scenes of their own imagining.

The album is a journey that is sometimes difficult to dip in to, certainly a piece that must be enjoyed from the opening right through to the final untitled track. An album that is designed to be listened to in vinyl.


10/10 James Clarke Customer review, 27th November 2006

Like floating on a sunset cloud, the deminishing light gentle illuminates the underbelly, as you gentlly float off into the distance. It's only when the music stops, and you awake to the cold harsh reality that your wife just left you, you lost your job, and your kids hate you.

Most argue that Ágætis byrjun is their best album, but this is just so much more fully realised, and I just can't recommend it enough!


10/10 Thanos Customer rating (no review), 4th April 2016

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