Turn On The Bright Lights (album) by Interpol
In total, there are 5 music albums by Interpol which appear in the greatest album charts and Turn On The Bright Lights is ranked as the best.
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|Turn on the Bright Lights by Interpol (CD, Aug-2002, Matador (record label))
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|Turn on the Bright Lights by Interpol CD (Aug-2002 Matador) Alternative Indie 3
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|Interpol - Turn On The Bright Lights 120 (2010) - New - Long Play Record
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Turn On The Bright Lights track list
|1.||Untitled||84/100 (67 votes)|
|2.||Obstacle 1||87/100 (96 votes)|
|3.||NYC||84/100 (68 votes)|
|4.||PDA||85/100 (82 votes)|
|5.||Say Hello To The Angels||84/100 (71 votes)|
|6.||Hands Away||81/100 (57 votes)|
|7.||Obstacle 2||83/100 (58 votes)|
|8.||Stella Was A Diver And She Was Always Down||83/100 (69 votes)|
|9.||Roland||81/100 (57 votes)|
|10.||The New||83/100 (63 votes)|
|11.||Leif Erikson||82/100 (68 votes)|
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This album is pleasant enough while playing but I don't find it very memorable when it's done. It kind of all sounds the same after a while.
It's as Mark Beaumont of NME said, 'faux-goth', 'plagiarising', and 'one-dimensional'. However, it is the best one-dimensional plagiarising faux-goth album I've heard to come from Joy Division. So it deserves credit for that. There's not much clarity and not much to it however, seriously don't know why it's so hyped. I just enjoy it. And I shouldn't. It's a god-awful album.
Key tracks: Obstacle 1, NYC, Untitled, Obstacle 2
Key lyric: 'It's different now that I'm poor and aging, and I'll never see this place again, and you go stabbing yourself in the neck.'
This album has it all. Jangly guitars banging on the same note over and over, annoying vocals, mock poetic lyrics repeating themselves for entire songs. Took eleven years getting around to listening to it and I shan't be sad if I don't hear it again in the next eleven.
My favorite album out of the highly-acclaimed-first-albums-by-early-21th-century-revival-bands. It's kinda classic indie rock, but that dark and Joy Divisionesque ambiance, which is really well done here, makes it way better than a simple indie record, IMO.
Good album. There's so much sadness and anger in highly-rated music in the last decade. What's up with that?
One of the best first listens I have ever had.
This album is not about the complexity of each instrument, its much more about the complexity of the whole and what it represents. Melody exchanges between guitars and voice, powered by drum and bass, Interpol made an album which draws, in my opinion, the dark side of emotions.
Never gets boring. simply brilliant.
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I was surprised, but real glad to see this album ranked as high as it is. I was a fan of this album from the first listen and I think there really is not a bad song although the first half of this album is much better than the second half. I compare this band a lot to The Strokes with their style and the fact that their first two albums are commonly thought of as very superior to their next two.
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