Atlas Sound - Let the Blind Lead Those Who Can See But Cannot Feel

Atlas Sound - Let the Blind Lead Those Who Can See But Cannot Feel
CRITIC SCORE
74
Based on 13 reviews
2008 Rank: #176 / 514
USER SCORE
81
Based on
17 ratings

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Bradford Cox spent the summer he was 16 in a children's hospital having multiple surgeries on his chest and back. His condition, Marfan syndrome, has proven difficult to separate from his music. Cox's lost summer hangs over his songs, and his gawky physique has been the dress-draped centerpiece of his band's confrontational live shows. At the same time, he can also be

defensive about his appearance, using it to explain why his music's detractors are sometimes as hyperbolic as his most fervent admirers. Thousands of words later, other music critics still ask me what I could possibly like in Cox's work.

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DETAILS

RELEASED: February 19, 2008
FORMAT: LP
LABEL: Kranky
GENRE: Experimental
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END OF YEAR LISTS
# 30 - Drowned in Sound
# 21 - No Ripcord
# 26 - Pitchfork
Track List

 

  1. A Ghost Story 
  2. Recent Bedroom 
  3. River Card 
  4. Quarantined 
  5. On Guard 
  6. Winter Vacation 
  7. Cold as Ice 
  8. Scraping Past 
  9. Small Horror 
  10. Ready, Set, Glow 
  11. Bite Marks 
  12. After Class 
  13. Ativan 
  14. Let the Blind Lead Those Who Can See But Cannot Feel

 

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