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by simodewey - written on 15/08/08 (Useful, 15 readings)
critics have treated E Elbow as a less interesting version of Coldplay or Keene. I would argue that they are far more interesting, trying to avoid cliched ways of expressing emotion and the songs having much better lyrical content The arrangements are simple and grandoise at the same time - preceding album, Cast of Thousands, ...
Leaders Of The Free World - ElbowNo I Know I Wont Forget You (978 words)
by Andy.mack - written on 17/01/07 (Very useful, 83 readings)
increasingly more vibrant. There have been a large number of new bands appeared since the start of 2003 and there were a few that returned during that year as well. E Elbow were one of those bands and at the time 2003 s Cast Of Thousands was certainly the bands best album to date. That is however until a few weeks ago when the band returned to release their 3rd studio album, Leaders Of The Freeworld. The album title alone showed that the album was influenced heavily by political events around the time they were writing it, such as Live 8. Instead of getting a producer in to help them with the album, Elbow decided that they would much rather produce this album themselves. ...
Asleep In The Back - ElbowElbow-The new Doves? (189 words)
by snuroo - written on 24/05/01, updated on 24/05/01 (Useful, 27 readings)
Souls, but somehow more earthy and deeper. 'Asleep in the back' does have a few weak tracks ('little beast' and 'cant stop'), but on the whole is one of the best albums I have heard for a long time. Doves fans will definately enjoy the album, perhaps some radiohead fans will also fall under its spell. E Elbow must be seen live to be fully appreciated. Who's in the back Garv? ...