Collection (3LP!)

Collection (3LP!)
Finally on vinyl! This collection of three 180g heavyweight LPs consists of the first three TE' albums:
If that is what is being thought, liberated sounds talks the depth of ''musical'' world
It is a thought to try to ''sing'' the realistic sound from the deeply resonated world
Beyond that, if your soul agrees with your five senses, everything turns into the greatest ''music''
Heavyweight glossy gatefold covers with a new design. This will be a one time only pressing!

''Leading the new wave of instrumental Japanese bands, TE' vehemently storms the gate with an energetic neo post-rock sound reminiscent of 65 Days of Static without the electronic vibe. Undoubtedly putting out a collection of the longest song titles in 2006, if not the longest, Te's debut album, If That is What is Being Thought, Liberated Sounds Talks the Depth of ''Musical'' World, is a supercharged fury of guitar licks and intense drumming from a group of musicians who are truly inspired by the world around them. From the fiery ''It Must be Called Intelligence...'' to the cool ''It's Suppose to be Ordinary,'' If That is What is Being Thought... stretches the boundaries of the new instrumental wave, crashing down the doors with a swiftness similar to its US contemporaries Caspian and Saxon Shore. Several tracks on the album stand out as remarkable works of art. ''We Promise with a View...'' is an energy packed song; at under six minutes in length, this songs delivers quite a punch. It starts with a short introduction and quickly switches into a wall of noise and feedback, steadily increasing the intensity with exponential growth. ''Avarice Would Speak...'' and ''Existence of Eloquence...'' are two tracks that are as aggressive as they are smart. Neither is shy about devastating the sonic landscape around it, but at the same time it's not a relentless assault on the auditory system. All of Te's songs fall within the range of two to six minutes in length, and the album on a whole is a quick listen, especially while taking into account the ferocity of the band's sound. Yet, it's never an unsatisfying experience. I don't think it would be a stretch to call Te' the hottest instrumental band coming out of Japan right now. This skilled group of musicians has proved its contribution to the genre is meaningful, and they are probably only surpassed by World's End Girlfriend in creativity. You can expect this band to make some great advances in the future; so far it has wasted no time in setting the bar up a notch or two. Those who are a bit tired of the repetitiveness of Mono should highly consider giving Te' a few minutes of your time. It might just revitalize your perception of Japanese music.'' (the silent ballet)


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