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Appleseed Cast

Two Conversations

Tiger Style 45

Released on July 29, 2003

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Heartfelt and ethereal, The Appleseed Cast's Two Conversations explores love and all it's many components; the yearning for companionship, missed opportunities, breaking apart and coming together. Songs such as "Hello Dearest Love" and "Fight Song" reflect The Appleseed Cast's powerful dynamics and the ability to touch you where it matters the most. Their sixth album Two Conversations, their first on Tiger Style, will be sure to grab the well-deserved attention of not only long time fans, but everyone looking for a breathe of fresh air and honest melodies. The Appleseed Cast has been a non-stop touring band for the majority of their career, just finishing up a stint with Cursive; and getting ready to hit the road again in celebration of their new record `Two Conversations' this summer and fall.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Hello Dearest Love Voted #3  15%
2 Hanging Marionette Voted #2  17%
3 Ice Heavy Branches  6%
4 Losing Touching Searching  5%
5 Fight Song Voted #1  31%
6 Sinking  3%
7 The Page  1%
8 Innocent Vigilant Ordinary  8%
9 How Life Can Turn  8%
10 A Dream For Us  6%
Come back on or after Tuesday, July 29 to vote for your favorite songs

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Ryan from Abbotsford, BC Canada 
Jun 4 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

While this album is a bit poppier than ASC's earlier work, it is still a beautiful album. Their sound has evolved from LLO and especially from Mare Vitalis. It is generally more mellow and more accessible than their previous releases. Most songs are to-the-point and have conservative song structures, which is an asset is some ways and a drawback in others. It is great that the Appleseed Cast is recording something that will hopefully get them the attention they deserve, but it also takes away some the creativity and experimentation of some of their past work, particularly the brilliant LLO albums. Still, I gave this album five stars for its sheer beauty song after song. Get the LLO albums first, then buy this one.

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Shaun from Toronto, OH 
Apr 6 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I bought this for my good pal on his birthday. I haven't gotten his opinion on it yet but I've had this album for awhile. Some people complain it's a "pop" album. Dumb. I love it. It's just nice sounding music fit for any mood really. My only complaint would be is that after the song named "Fight Song", the album just seems to drop off and not be as good as the first 5 songs. Don't get me wrong, last 5 songs are decent but just not as good as the first 5. I'm an idiot. Just buy this, no matter what bands you're into. Put it on when you're getting ready for bed and all your troubles will melt away.

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Ryan from Highland, CA 
Jul 11 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This CD wasn't really good. It's way more pop than their other stuff. The drumming isn't as defined. I think its because of their new lyrics first approach to songwriting. If you liked low level owls don't get this. its too rock. It seems like they should of thought the songs out more. Get instead Six Parts Seven or something.

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Justin from Russell, PA 
Jun 26 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

if you're looking for a continuation of the llo albums then you may be disapointed or surprised. this is a pop album and the asc did a very good job. it's completely different from any of their other stuff but trust me it rocks.

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Collier from Deland, FL 
Feb 17 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Whoa, this is an excellent record. I am not saying it as a fan of punk and indie. But for any respectable music listener this is a must have. It is just beautiful music. It picks up where many indie rock bands leave off. They add great vocals with superb musicianship. BUY IT!!!!

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Jezy from Madill, OK 
Dec 24 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Although this album wasn't as spacey and experimental as I was hoping, it's still a great record. It's definitely of those albums you can use as a soundtrack to anything; it seems to fit almost any mood. There's more of a rock influence than I expected, but at the same time there is still a fair amount of twinkle. "Fight Song" is probably the standout track on the album, so if you're not sold by my shoddy review then be sure to download that song somewhere.

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