album review: the notwist
  • THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 2008

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After a long hiatus of hibernation, the follow up to Neon Golden (which emerged in 2002), is the same kind of electronica-pop which made the band infamous, while capturing a kind of foreboding with it's on-the-edge constructions. Each track feels closer and closer to disaster, and that's part of the appeal of the record: the movement to darkness is beautiful and intricate. Almost like music to watch a natural disaster to... in slow motion. Something equally depressing and awe-inspiring. Marcus and Micha Acher dare the world to "bring in the trouble." ..Keep Reading.. -joe puglisi

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