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Home, Like Noplace is There

The Hotelier - Home, Like Noplace is There
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
2014 Ratings: #56 / 964
User Score
Based on 277 ratings
2014 Ratings: #48
Liked by 9 people
February 25, 2014 / Release Date
LP / Format
Tiny Engines / Label
Emo / Genres
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Do you have blood on your hands? Do you think you have blood on your hands? Whatever the answer to that question may be, I know you will have had to think about it. We've all helped a friend, out of a rut, out of things worse as well. If it's financially, emotionally or other we all want to help. What happens when that help is rejected? Forgotten? Discarded? Look back at your hands and as yourself, if they've ever been bloodied by something you've said. The answer is most likely no but, would ... read more
The best emo album of all time. Maybe even the best album in general.
This album means everything to me.

I'll try my best to avoid being anecdotal, but even from purely a musical standpoint, Home, Like NoPlace Is There is probably some of the best emo we were offered in the 2010s.

The first track immediately catches your attention. It's even called "An Introduction to the Album". You're met with a theatrical opening line; Christian Holden belting out "open the curtains". If there's one thing to comment on throughout the album, it is the ... read more
Home, Like NoPlace Is There is beautiful. It's the best album I've ever heard lyrically and musically. An absolute must for anyone who enjoys crying whilst listening to music. The lyrics are truly beautifully written, dealing with topics like suicide and depression without being so straight up that it kills enjoyability. The subtlety and symbolism in the lyrics are so admirable as someone who tries their best to make message count as much as possible in their music. An essential album for ... read more
the greatest emo album of all time
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Track List

  1. An Introduction To The Album
  2. The Scope Of All Of This Rebuilding
  3. In Framing
  4. Your Deep Rest
  5. Among The Wildflowers
  6. Life In Drag
  7. Housebroken
  8. Discomfort Revisited
  9. Dendron
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Added on: February 21, 2014