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Mono - For My Parents

Mono - For My Parents
CRITIC SCORE
70
Based on 7 reviews
2012 Rank: #352 / 664
USER SCORE
82
Based on
4 ratings

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CRITIC REVIEWS

85
The 405
The 405

For My Parents isn't just a return to form, it's one of the essential albums of the year.

80
Drowned in Sound
Drowned in Sound

The band has progressed to a point where their work sounds unique, and now they'll continue to painstakingly develop every aspect of that work with each release. 

80
musicOMH
musicOMH

Mono has evolved considerably over the last few years, and with this album, they've taken a step towards becoming something much more than a simple Post-Rock band.

54
Pitchfork
Pitchfork

Too mushy and indistinguishable to wallop you in the gut and too cheesy to be taken seriously, the album feels, at its worst, like a series of power ballads with the choruses ripped out. 

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DETAILS

RELEASED: September 4, 2012
FORMAT: LP
LABEL: Temporary Residence
GENRE: Post-Rock
TAGS
Track List
  1. Legend 
  2. Nostalgia 
  3. Dream Odyssey 
  4. Unseen Harbor 
  5. A Quiet Place (Together We Go)
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Added on: August 30, 2012