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Cursive/Eastern Youth

Split-8 Teeth To Eat You

Better Looking 12

Released on June 4, 2002

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A trans-global split between Omaha, Nebraska's Cursive and Tokyo, Japan's Eastern Youth. Cursive begin the feast with four tracks of frenetic intensity and potent melodies splashed over their patented anthemic and technical rock explosions, while Eastern Youth mop up the plates with four emo-pop and rock combinations that spill over with introspective lyrics and pummeling guitar melodies.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Cursive - Excerpts From Various Notes Strewn Around The Bedroom Voted #2  19%
2 Cursive - Am I Not Years? Voted #1  23%
3 Cursive - Escape Artist Voted #3  13%
4 Cursive - May Flowers  10%
5 Eastern Youth - Bura Bura Bushi  8%
6 Eastern Youth - Muyohnosuke  8%
7 Eastern Youth - Nisokuhokohkouta  6%
8 Eastern Youth - Itsudemo Kokoniiru  13%
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David from MontrĂ©al, PQ Canada 
Jul 12 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I like Cursive a lot, but I didn't know much about Eastern Youth.

Cursive : It's as usual, original, anti-commercial and agressively depressing (I'm not saying it in a bad way).

Eastern Youth : All song are in Japanese ! You will understand nothing unless you're Japanese, but I don't care the music speak to me a lot, it is excellent post-punk - indie rock tracks

By the way I've bought because of the split one full album by E.Youth...

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Kev from Nottingham, United Kingdom 
Dec 29 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I only bought this for Cursive,and wasn't impressed with Eastern youth either. 4 great new tracks from Cursive with a running "family theme"...they seem to be getting even more bitter about life with each release,but play that sound off so well,more anthemic,powerful,complex instrumentation backing one of the best singers around (Tim Kasher) in independent music today....if you like Tim Kasher...check out his other band THE GOOD LIFE

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Matthew from Petersburg, KY 
Dec 4 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I bought this mainly for the convenience of not having to import Eastern Youth material... but the Cursive half was a nice bonus! Cursive offer up four tunes that seem a bit more abstract than usual for them, yet retain the poetic intensity and musical competence even a minor fan could recognize. It was very enjoyable. Eastern Youth also served up some nice melodies, which comes as no surprise to me. Everything I've heard from them has been great (albeit a bit tough for my extremely limited Japanese language skills). What really gets me, is their ability to transcend the language barrier and still craft a unique piece with every track that leaves you utterly feeling the intention despite this set back. Oh, and don't worry... if you want translations to the songs, it's included as a link in the booklet!

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Chris from Mesa, AZ 
Sep 8 2002 Rating: 2/5 Stars

i bought this for my friend. she seems to like it. only the cursive songs though. not eastern youth. only for diehard cursive or eastern youth fans. thats it.







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