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Outside The Unbearable Grows

G-7 Welcoming Committee 28

Released on May 20, 2003


A powerful new album from Calgary-based punk and rock heavy-hitters MICO. A ten-track blend of hardcore, punk, and shoegazer rock, delivered with huge guitars, weaving melodies, and incisive social and political commentary.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Mirage  0%
2 Revolution Of Human Awakening  8%
3 Outside Unbearable Grows Voted #1  25%
4 Roads Travelled By Everyone Voted #2  25%
5 This Great Achievement  17%
6 The Other World Is Possible Voted #3  25%
7 Everyday Apocalypse  0%
8 Lina Tres  0%
9 Cheers For Subversion  0%
10 Retransmission  0%
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Alex from Norwood, NJ 
Oct 18 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I hated this the first time I heard it, writing it off as incoherent and overly whiny emo crap. And it's true that the album gets off to a shaky start, as the first song does sound like ... well, like overly whiny emo crap. But the album picks up after that, and by track three, the band starts to display their virtuosity and that they can handle other styles of music. Covering indie rock, shoegazer, and even hardcore, the 10 songs here offer a welcome mix of sounds that work well together. Best tracks include "The Other World Is Possible," "Everyday Apocalypse" and "Cheers for Subversion." Nice packaging, too. Check out the MP3s at G7's website, then come back and buy the CD!

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Dave from Guelph, Canada 
Oct 20 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I actually got bored of this the first time I listened to it, so I haven't given it a chance since - which is actually unfair. One day I will listen to it again, as it is certainly better than most of the crap you hear on the radio - but it doesn't do anything for me. I'm remembering the hint of a slightly harder Weakerthans, crossed with songs that all sounded similar - but I'm certainly foggy pertaining to it. Man I'm lazy.

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Chris from Riverton, UT 
Jun 14 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

These guys are pretty awesome. I was somewhat let down by this album when compared to 'Standing Inside a Shadow', but overall it's still better than most of the crap out there today. Some of the songs on here just seem like they're missing something that the first album succeeded in creating. Regardless, everyone should be listening to these guys, as far as I'm concerned.

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