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La Dispute

Somewhere At The Bottom Of The River Between Vega And Altair

No Sleep 12

Released on November 11, 2008


Most frequently referred to as post-hardcore (but sometimes also progressive rock and screamo), La Dispute has spent the last year of its existence writing and recording their first full length album Somewhere At The Bottom Of The River Between Vega And Altair. Drawing its title from an Asian folktale, Somewhere attempts to prompt discussion regarding the aspects of ourselves that prevent us from maintaining our happiness. By documenting both their own experiences and that of those around them, La Dispute musically encourage the listeners to expand their notions of music and art through time signatures, tempos, dynamics, and song structures.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Such Small Hands Voted #1  20%
2 Said The King To The River Voted #2  20%
3 New Storms For Older Lovers  0%
4 Damaged Goods  10%
5 Fall Down, Never Get Back Up Again  0%
6 Bury Your Flame  13%
7 Last Blues For Bloody Knuckles  0%
8 The Castle Builders  10%
9 Andria  0%
10 Then Again, Maybe You Were Right  0%
11 Sad Prayers For Guilty Bodies  7%
12 The Last Lost Continent Voted #3  20%
13 Nobody, Not Even The Rain  0%
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Tim from Milton, ON Canada 
Dec 6 2011 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is more than just a record it's a work of art, it's challenging, thought provoking, visceral, compelling. To some the singers vocals will sound whiney but to me it makes you feel the emotion more because he's putting the emotion into it. You can feel that these guys care more about the music on every level of composition, than the elements of being a band that have nothing to do with the music itself like how tough you are, how bad ass you look, or how cool your haircut is.

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Denis from Warwick, NY 
May 21 2011 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This album is alright. There are some really good songs, but a bunch that are too drawn out and get boring. Vocals are too whiny, lyrics are frequently dumb. They are a less interesting version of mewithoutyou.

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Chris from Salt Lake City, UT 
Apr 22 2011 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Sometime, somewhere I remember hearing a lot of hype about this band and sometime, somewhere I remembering hearing a song I really liked. So I decided i would order this cd and was surprised to find out that i don't know when that was or what song it was because this is not good. If you enjoy early screamo similar to Hot Cross, Thursday or any of those Level-Plane bands you'll probably like this. Stupid lyrics. Musically it's pretty good for that style but i'm just not into it.

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Matt from Melbourne, Australia 
Dec 18 2010 Rating: 4/5 Stars

its hard to be unique in this genre these days, but these guys have a very unique quality and its brilliant! very good cd. cant wait to see them live.

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Philippe from MontrĂ©al, PQ Canada 
Dec 13 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A band which has a really unique sound that's near post-hardcore. I really enjoyed listening to this record, even if some songs are somehow kinda long! But still if you like bands like Hot Cross, Sound of Animal Fighting, Envy, By the End of Tonight or Tera Melos, you shoul enjoy this really amazing record!

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