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Thursday

A City By The Light Divided (Limited Edition)

Island B000664602

Released on May 2, 2006

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Other Side Of The Crash/Over And Out (Of Control) Voted #1  16%
2 Counting 5-4-3-2-1  8%
3 Sugar In The Sacrament Voted #3  12%
4 At This Velocity Voted #2  16%
5 We Will Overcome  7%
6 Arc -Lamps, Signal Flares, A Shower Of White (The Light)  4%
7 Running From The Rain  8%
8 Telegraph Avenue Kiss  7%
9 The Lovesong Writer  7%
10 Into The Blinding Light  6%
11 Autumn Leaves Revisited  11%
Come back on or after Tuesday, May 2 to vote for your favorite songs

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Carly from Yuba City, CA 
Jan 20 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

While I think Thursday is an amazing band, I don't actually listen to them a whole lot. It seems to me there were as many fantastic songs on this as anything else they have. I'm not usually a big fan of instrumental tracks, but "Arc-Lamps, Signal Flares..." is great. Really, all these songs are fantastic.

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Josh from Oxon, United Kingdom 
Dec 4 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

At first I was disapointed with this album, having been such a huge fan of 'Full Collapse' and 'War All The Time' I felt it rather generic and I even slightly got the feeling that these guys had 'sold out'.

However, giving it a rest for a while and seeing Thursday live injected a new lease of life into this album for me and since it has been a regular playing on my ipod. Songs such as 'Counting 5-4-3-2-1' stands out as a real mature and well structured song. 'Otherside of the crash' and 'At this velocity' bring back the nostalgia of previous albums which hold a heavier feel. 'Running from the rain' is the real epic anthem on this album but as you go further along the tracks Thursdays' experimental side comes into it a lot more which in some cases works and some really does not. I usually tend to get up to about track 7 or 8 and leave it there, which is a shame because this could have been a album filled with eleven or twelve quality tracks.

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Jean Philippe from Quebec, PQ Canada 
Sep 5 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Another good release from Thursday. The only bad thing I have to say about this release doesn't even concern the music itself. I think this album was overproduce. I don't like the sound of some songs on it.

Good Tracks : The Other Side Of The Crash/Over And Out (Of Control), Counting 5-4-3-2-1, We Will Overcome, Telegraph Avenue Kiss.

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Vincent from Plaisir, France 
Sep 3 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I was totally submitted to Thursday since my "Full collapse" hearing. "War all the time" made me kneeling down still more. Two masterpieces of modern music, not less. The pattern, the meaning, the shape, lyrics, music, artwork, universe... Everything was just what i needed to hear, to feel. The urgency, the hopeless hope, the feeling of living desertside, the sensation of being at a constant turning point of our lives... So i was really expecting this new album with a mix of fear and hope. Lot of rumors were thrown, about a double albums, featurings... None of them were true. This record is a new chapter in the novel. The best one, so far. The same themes are still worked, car crash metaphor, speed, velocity, the need to get away, the total absence of love (which is not a synonyme of hate, not here), but Thursday dig deeper, harder, with more violence than ever before on some songs ("At this velocity" opening sentence will stick in your head for a lifetime) and more spirituality then ever on some others ("Sugar in the sacrament", "Telegraph avenue kiss", "Autumn leaves revisited") and the urgency has never been so screaming and obvious than here. You can almost feel the icy wind around your ankles, the snow falling around you... Album by album, this band is going to perfection as none other hardcore/screamo/whatever band did before. What we are talking here is art. Pure feelings shared. Inner universe they give to the world as a gift to keep standing. The city by the light divided is gave from them to us, to explore it, to make it our, to live in it. To be its light. Rarely music has been so true, profound, essential than here. Not just another "great record".





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