Recorded in Spring 2008, both bands turn in some of their most inspired work yet. In addition, Thursday invited Anthony Molina of Mercury Rev to remix the dark instrumental "In Silence" into the pitch-black closing track, "Appeared And Was Gone," providing the perfect transition into the massive dynamics of Envy. Beginning with the subtle electronics of the symphonic opener, "An Umbrella Fallen Into Fiction," Envy thrashes and burns through a trio of thoughtful face-melters. Pressed on audiophile-quality 180 gram vinyl and featuring original artwork by acclaimed poster artist, Dan Grzeca, this deluxe set includes a free copy of the CD format beautifully incorporated into the exquisite package design.
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Sam from Tasmania, Australia
Aug 25 2009
Get out your knife and scratch the Thursday side off this record, that band blows do hard i think Envy must have been on serious drugs to even consider doing this record. Oh well, the Envy stuff is great, very quite and introspective (whatever that means)
Edgar from San Luis Obispo, CA
Nov 9 2008
This is probably the best thing that Thursday has released since Full Collapse. Envy always kills it, so overall, I am extremely, and a somewhat surprisingly, impressed with this release. Temporary Residence clearly knows what they are doing.