Young People

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Young People - War Prayers War Prayers
Pop New - LP DM 056 Dim Mak
Sealed 2003 Original. “An Album Full Of Tension And Beauty, War Prayers Expands On The Prairie Ruminations Of Young People's Stunning Debut Album In Fascinating, And Often Contradictory, Ways. "El Paso" Begins The Album On A Warmer, Brighter Note Than Anything They Achieved On Their Somber First Album, But Then Songs Such As "Dutch Oven" Present Young People At Their Most Abstractly Brooding, With Angry Guitars Swarming Over Katie Eastburn's Keening Voice. Eastburn Remains One Of Indie Rock's Most Expressive Vocalists: When She Sings About The "Flappin' Of The Feathers" On "Lord," She Sounds Like She's In A Bird Costume; On "Early Poetry" She's Rapt, With Little Flaws And Gasps Giving The Clarity Of Her Voice More Dimension And Humanity. While War Prayers Lacks The Single-Minded, God-Fearing Purpose Of Young People, The Album Does Provide More Moods For Eastburn And The Rest Of The Band To Explore, From The Sweetly Anarchic "Ne'er Do Well" To The Dark Sensuality Of "Stagecoach." Throughout The Album, Young People Display The Fierce Naïveté That Makes Their Music Bracing, And Occasionally, Inaccessible. However, Their Songs Have A Momentum That's Thrilling, If You're Willing To Go Along With It. Young People's Singularity Might Make It A Slightly Better Album, But War Prayers' Adventurous Spirit Makes It An Exciting, And Often Rewarding, Follow-Up.” Heather Phares, AMG.... more details
 

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