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So....Yield?
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Sometimes - Hail, Hail - Who You Are - In My Tree - Smile - Off He Goes - Habit - Red Mosquito - Lukin - Present Tense

This is the best sequence to me, no question. What an incredible run of songs.


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Birds in Hell wrote:
Anders wrote:
Sometimes - Hail, Hail - Who You Are - In My Tree - Smile - Off He Goes - Habit - Red Mosquito - Lukin - Present Tense

This is the best sequence to me, no question. What an incredible run of songs.

Habit kills it for me. But Hail, Hail through Off He Goes is incredible. Who You Are is probably the low point. And that's how you know how goddamn strong it is.


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durdencommatyler wrote:
Birds in Hell wrote:
Anders wrote:
Sometimes - Hail, Hail - Who You Are - In My Tree - Smile - Off He Goes - Habit - Red Mosquito - Lukin - Present Tense

This is the best sequence to me, no question. What an incredible run of songs.

Habit kills it for me. But Hail, Hail through Off He Goes is incredible. Who You Are is probably the low point. And that's how you know how goddamn strong it is.

yeah it's pretty good

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chewm wrote:
durdencommatyler wrote:
Birds in Hell wrote:
Anders wrote:
Sometimes - Hail, Hail - Who You Are - In My Tree - Smile - Off He Goes - Habit - Red Mosquito - Lukin - Present Tense

This is the best sequence to me, no question. What an incredible run of songs.

Habit kills it for me. But Hail, Hail through Off He Goes is incredible. Who You Are is probably the low point. And that's how you know how goddamn strong it is.

yeah it's pretty good

I don't know, it's pretty good but not really any better than the best sections of any of the first seven records.

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Yield is phenomenal. I wouldn't change a damn thing about it. Red Dot and Hummus are pleasant filler that still maintain the flow and mood the record. Take them out and I think it doesn't run as well.

Pilate is probably the weakest song but it's still great, and I adore that bridge.

I bought an original vinyl pressing about two weeks before they announced the reissues :haha: I paid £100 for it too, I was fuming. Anyways, it might be me hearing things but when I played it for the first time it sounded totally different to the CD. I don't even know how to explain, it sounds to me almost like they're all different takes of the songs. The differences are so subtle but it still sounds different to me. In a totally good way, of course.

With Backspacer and Lightning Bolt, we're lucky to get one or two really good songs from each record. On Yield, they're all top tier.


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