You Will Never Know Why

Sweet Trip - You Will Never Know Why
Critic Score
Based on 2 reviews
User Score
Based on 293 ratings
2009 Ratings: #10
Liked by 16 people
June 30, 2009 / Release Date
LP / Format
Darla / Label
Dream Pop, Indie Pop / Genres
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While less frenetic and future-shocked than the band's prior work, the songs themselves are much more emotionally direct, dealing with frustration, loneliness, and hopelessness.

Pros: If Velocity: Design: Comfort was meant to be the glitchy and claustrophobic electronic adventure then You Will Never Know Why is the dreamy and atmospheric side and companion to it, a much deserved listen and a fine addition to their discography.

A situation of "two sides of the same coin" Sweet Trip develops an intricate and mellow record, turning out to have more of an indie side to the famously known electronic and shoegaze band, it's a result of creative expansiveness and ... read more
Although simpler and calmer than V: D: C, Sweet Trip maintains their pretty melodies and emotional lyrics throughout YWNKW. From songs like Air Supply and Milk, you realize that the duo can do so much with their "signature" sounds. Milk is by far one of the most beautiful songs that I have ever heard and the song that got me into Sweet Trip. I'd say that this is probably the most accessible Sweet Trip album, as it is amazing and an extremely solid listen.
Stereolab: the beach episode
Damn so yeah, this grew on me alot and became one of my favourite albums of all time. Sweet Trip is my all time favourite group, velocity:design:comfort and You Will Never Know why are the only two albums from them I really really enjoy but just because it's the only ones I think are flawless Sweet Trip manages to bring such a strong energy on both albums and this one especially.

You Will Never Know Why is totally different from their past work like v:d:c by stripping away pretty much all the ... read more
It's been nearly 2 weeks since my last review, kind of a long break for me, but a lot of little things happened (that i won't get into). In an attempt to get back into the swing of things and break through the weird haze that has found its way inside my head i wanted to chat about an album that would be easy to, a record that is just an easy recommendation for most people no matter what style of music they usually prefer. All of this led me here.

I'm a relatively recent convert to the church ... read more
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Track List

  1. Conservation of Two
  2. Air Supply
  3. Forever
  4. Acting
  5. Milk
  6. Darkness
  7. To the Moon
  8. Song About a Sea
  9. Song About a Sun
  10. No Words to Be Found
  11. Pretending
  12. Misfortunes Are Cruel
  13. Your World Is Eternally Complete
  14. Female Lover
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Added on: May 5, 2015