Hospice (album) by The Antlers
In total, there are 6 music albums by The Antlers which appear in the greatest album charts and Hospice is ranked as the best.
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Hospice track list
|1.||Prologue||81/100 (42 votes)|
|2.||Kettering||85/100 (52 votes)|
|3.||Sylvia||84/100 (45 votes)|
|4.||Atrophy||82/100 (40 votes)|
|5.||Bear||84/100 (47 votes)|
|6.||Thirteen||78/100 (36 votes)|
|7.||Two||85/100 (50 votes)|
|8.||Shiva||83/100 (41 votes)|
|9.||Wake||84/100 (50 votes)|
|10.||Epilogue||84/100 (49 votes)|
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The Antlers' Hospice is not only an emotionally devastating concept album, but a beautifully arranged series of songs. The pain and heartbreak in frontman Peter Silberman's voice is undeniable, and the hollow, ghostly textures throughout the album provoke an overwhelming sense of grief. The lyrics are some of the best I've ever heard. Lines like "I wish I could take all those bullets inside you and put them inside of myself" and "We're terrified of one another and terrified of what that means" hit you like a ton of bricks. The concepts here were executed well, the songs are captivating and emotional, and it's artistically admirable. A good album to lay in bed and bawl your eyes out into your pillow to.
This sounds like one I'm going to fall in love with the first time I hear it alone in my car
damn, this stirred up some rough emotions inside me.
Finally understood it after the second listen, very emotional and just plain good.
I listened to this a few times and thought it was pretty good, but didn't fully understand all the high praise. Then I listened to it and read along with the lyrics. Understood.
It's a good, emotional album, but his voice is too soft and the album could be mixed better. Still, I like it more than Bon Iver, and when the tracks are good, they're real good. The lyrics, too, are easy to connect with.
One of the most personal, most beautiful musical experiences I've ever encountered. It flows well, the concept is genius, and the execution is flawless. This is a perfect album.
Probably the most powerful album I've ever listened to emotionally, with some of the most interesting and fantastic music I've ever heard. Peter Silberman has one of my favorite voices I've ever heard and The Antlers are to me the best band of the last five years easily.
If I ever forget to pay the waterbill I put a bucket under my chair and listen to this album. So emotional!!!! Maybe it's cause I listened to this after my mother broke down over my younger brothers death, but man this album will hit you where it hurts, and boy do I love that. This isn't just the best sad album ever, but also one of the greatest albums of all time!!!!
anything i've said about this album before no longer applies
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