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Lost in the Sound Of Separation (CD/DVD)

By Underoath (Artist)
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Item Number 172391  
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Item Specifications...

Record Label   Tooth & Nail Records
Format   Special Edition
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 4.9" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.6"
Weight:   0.2 lbs.
Binding  CD
Release Date   Sep 1, 2008
Publisher   EMI CMG Distribution
EAN  5099923530126  

Availability  0 units.

Track Names
1.  Breathing in a New Mentality
2.  Anyone Can Dig a Hole But It Takes a Real Man
3.  Fault Line, A Fault of Mine
4.  Emergency Broadcast: The End Is Near
5.  Only Survivor Was Miraculously Unharmed
6.  We Are the Involuntary
7.  Created Void
8.  Coming Down Is Calming Down
9.  Desperate Times Desperate Measures
10.  Too Bright to See Too Loud to Hear
11.  Desolate Earth: The End Is Here
12.  Bonus Material [DVD]

Item Description...
Deluxe Boxset Features:

Limited to 5,000 pieces
Signed and Numbered by the band
Packaged in a box bound in white cloth
Two 10 inch colored "saw-blade" die cut heavy gram vinyls.
CD and DVD
56 page black cloth bound and embossed book
4 inch belly band wrapped around the whole thing on the outside
Bonus DVD featuring "Making Of The Album" 40+ min feature w/ band interviews, behind-the-scenes studio footage, etc.
Track Listing
01. Breathing in a New Mentality
02. Anyone Can Dig a Hole But It Takes a Real Man to Call It Home
03. Fault Line, A Fault of Mine
04. Emergency Broadcast: The End Is Near
05. Only Survivor Was Miraculously Unharmed
06. We Are the Involuntary
07. Created Void
08. Coming Down Is Calming Down
09. Desperate Times Desperate Measures
10. Too Bright to See Too Loud to Hear
11. Desolate Earth: The End Is Near

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AMAZING  Sep 13, 2009
BEST CD I EVER OWNED AND I STILL OWN IT! I suggest that you purchase. It is prob there best Cd and is the perfect mix of what you look for in this genre.
An impressive forth release from Underoath  Aug 28, 2009
Here's my two cents. This new album is much harder and slightly less melodic but amazing after quite a few listens. The wall of sound is huge and the rhythms jagged. Buy this album
Catchy, yet filled with amazing musicianship.  Aug 21, 2009
If you give this CD a bad review I would have to presume you either A) Don't know ANYTHING about the talent and hard work it takes to write songs like these, or B) you simply hate screaming music.
Each one of these musicians are nearly flawless at what they do. I saw them live and they even sounded exactly like the CD. Their songs are filled with changing time signatures, changing tempos, key changes, and the lead singer's screaming vocal range is better than that of many regular singing voices from other bands in the same or similar genres. About this album, they designed a masterpiece. Literally. I have listened to this album start to end more than any other CD I've owned and with every listen I find a new part of a song that I come to appreciate for it's creativity. Any drummer could have a lot to learn from Aaron Gillespie in this album.
Harder, Maybe Less Melodic, but Top Notch  Aug 3, 2009
The sound is definitely harder than their more popular, They're Only Chasing Safety - there's less synth, and the vocals never really drive an entire song (except one near the end). But Chamberlain's distinctive and powerful screaming has increased in both dynamic and versatility. It's quite amazing to hear Chamberlain create such variety in his pitches and tones - his screaming in "They're Only Chasing Safety" is 2-dimensional and far less potent in comparison.

Gillespie's beats have also gotten better and more complex. Very infrequently does he venture out past his familiar 4/4, but is more than able to infuse an even simple beat with change ups and new textures.

McTague is also very fun to listen to, as his guitar work has gotten more definitive and precise, packing more punch note for note - and I always love it when he incorporates some dissonant notes into his riffs.

Some of the songs fail to impress, and come across as hard and loud but also a little boring. It's such a fine line to succeed in post-hardcore - you always have to have a big sound, but keep it in balance with creative twists and flourishes. If a band fails at this, the song loses its appeal and becomes just white noise.

Predominately, "Lost in the Sound of Separation" delivers - with stores of raw and unrelenting energy, along with Underoath's characteristic innovation.
The best CD I purchased in 2008, and the best ever from Underoath  Jul 19, 2009
For many months now, I've wanted to review this CD, but I've never had the time until now to sit down and write a thorough description of what I believe is the best album I purchased in 2008. LOST IN THE SOUND OF SEPARATION builds off of every positive aspect of Underoath's last two releases, and the result is the heaviest, tightest, and most lyrically powerful record the band has ever put out.

The album opens with "Breathing in a New Mentality" and "Anyone Can Dig a Hole but it Takes a Real Man to Call it Home". Both tracks are as heavy as anything Underoath has ever done; dark, churning guitars and pummeling drums perfectly compliment Spencer Chamberlain's growling delivery, which is his most guttural and vicious-sounding ever. From there, the album takes a semi-breather with the more melodic and keyboard-heavy "A Fault Line, A Fault of Mine" and "Emergency Broadcast: The End is Near". The latter track is the disc's lone weak point; it attempts to recreate the heavy and meandering sound that plagued 2006's DEFINE THE GREAT LINE and made it a long, blundering listen. The middle tracks, however, save the album because they are the strongest: "The Only Survivor Was Miraculously Unharmed" begins with a brutal guitar-and-bass attack before giving way to Gillespie's melodic vocals; "We Are the Involuntary" contains one pile-driving guitar riff that steers the rest of the music; and "The Created Void" is one of the best tracks on the disc featuring a beautiful U2-style lead guitar that accentuates the interplay between Chamberlain's screaming and Gillespie's softer harmonies.

The two closing numbers, "Too Bright to See, Too Loud to Hear" and "Desolate Earth: The End is Here", are the disc's strongest links, displaying Underoath at their most emphatic. The gentle, atmospheric sound creates a meditative, almost prayerful mood as Gillespie's vocals glide over a shimmering guitar and keyboard lead. "Desolate Earth" enters with a long buildup of programmed beats and wispy string orchestration before Chamberlain enters with one last distorted, shattered verse as the keyboards die out and the disc comes to a close.

Because it's such a beautiful, yet intense listen, consolidating all of Underoath's strong points in one tight, eleven-song collection, this is one of the best CDs I've had the pleasure of listening to in the past year. This is a must-have for any true fan of heavy, high-energy music.

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