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Dark Night Of The Soul
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Release year: 2010
Genre: Rock (Alternative Rock)
Suggested donation for album: $ 19.97

Recorded last year prior to Broken Bells, this Danger Mouse collaborative project has now come out "officially" in Summer 2010 after the various legal wranglings have been settled. (Of course it was available in various ways online long before this CD version.) I find myself liking it even more than the Broken Bells release because the songwriting here tends to be better overall. The BB album had a few excellent songs, but it also had some dropoffs in quality. That kind of inconsistency would seem more likely on a "project" record like Dark Night, with its eleven different singers, but it really hangs together very well. I liked everything except the noisy, chaotic one-two punch of the back-to-back songs featuring Black Francis and Iggy Pop, respectively. (Those two songs are too Tom Waits-ish for me.) There is a degree of gloominess to the proceedings, as one would expect from major contributors Sparklehorse and Lynch, but there also a kind of pervasive luminosity and melodic beauty to the material that's utterly charming. Naturally it's hard not to dwell on the subsequent suicides of both Mark Linkous and Vic Chestnutt within a few months of this album's production, especially hearing the tune Vic sings (called "Grim Augury"!). With Dark Night now part of their final legacies, it leaves me sorry not to be able to hear any more from the two.

Revenge
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Just War
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Jaykub
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Little Girl
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Angel's Harp
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Pain
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Star Eyes (I Can't Catch It)
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Everytime I'm With You
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Insane Lullaby
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Daddy's Gone
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The Man Who Played God
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Grim Augury
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Dark Night Of The Soul
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Revenge
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Everytime I'm With You
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