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Planes Mistaken For Stars

Planes Mistaken For Stars

Deep Elm 377

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PMFS drags you under...and never lets you up for more than a trace of air. A defiant mix of graphic vocals, aggressive screams and churning guitars that burns and smolders of raw post-hardcore emotion. The vocal dueling is incredible. "Melodic but so intense they'll rip you to shreds." From Denver, PMFS loudly stomp and quietly crawl, playing each show like it's their last. You'll be nothing less than amazed. "The Past Two" on Emo Diaries 3.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 14 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Copper And Stars Voted #2  22%
2 Division Voted #3  18%
3 The Time It Took  1%
4 The Past Two Voted #1  30%
5 Somewhere In September  8%
6 Standing Still Fast  2%
7 Knuckle Hungry  12%
8 There The Arrow Went Out  7%
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Danny from Carlotta, CA 
Feb 16 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is the first release by Planes Mistaken For Stars, and it's quite a bit different then their later releases. They've gotten progessivley harder with each album over the years. This album has many parts that remind of newer Planes releases, but it's much softer and more melodic. There is a lot of 'stopping and going' on this album. Within 1 minute into the song they can transition from soft slow parts, to almost metalish parts, and then back again. This album may actually have less structure in the songs then all their other releases. It almost seems as if they are playing things at random sometimes, and they do many different things in the same song. This does seem awkward during the first couple listens, but you'll enjoy it much more when you get used to the songs, as they don't get boring as fast as they would have had they not played the way they do. Overall, it's definatley not their best release, as the band seemed as though they were still trying to find their 'sound'. But if you like any of their other stuff, this will certainley not dissapoint.

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Rebecca from Ottawa, ON Canada 
Nov 28 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

pmfs first album kind of brings to mind some other bands whose first album only hinted at what a few more years worth of musical discovery could unleash. Pantera for one. This album is by no means anywhere near as good as fuck with fire. However that doesn't stop it from being good period. Copper and Stars and The Past Two are probably my favorite ones off here. Even though I enjoyed the album I think I would have enjoyed it more having not heard fuck with fire already. Four stars, two for each of my favorite song on the album.

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Dave from Newtownards, United Kingdom 
Mar 14 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Gd CD with rad melodies and hardcore riffs, not as gd as the new stuff but still worth a listen, Def sumthin to check out for old fans of HWM and other hardcore like fugazi and jawbox.

LAter

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Jordan from Niagara Falls, ON Canada 
Nov 30 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

excellent cd. by far the best record by planes mistaken for stars. even though it's got 6 songs it's still worth the money. and the songs on here are amazing and is still got that emo sound. i simplied enjoyed the music, sitting down and reading along with the lyrics gets you thinking. but this cd get's a 5 star.

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Robin from Shelton, WA 
Aug 18 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

you can tell this band likes hot water music.they are a pretty good band though my favorite song is "the past two". I would buy this cd if you like hot wter music.they have some pretty good melodys i think they lack in the lyric department.a couple songs have like ten words and thats it but overall a pretty good band

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Dave from Peterborough, United Kingdom 
Jun 16 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this album is pretty darn good, if you like posthardcore then this cd should be in your collection, if its not then it should be. The singing is great but there other album "fuck with fire" is much more raw and sounds alot better, so if you want to buy a pmfs cd then buy fuck with fire before this.

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Jeremy from Simi Valley, CA 
Apr 28 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I like this cd better than "Fuck With Fire". This cd is a much better recording. For fans of Hot Water Music and screaming.

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Scott from Homestead, PA 
Apr 24 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Pretty decent. Not my favorite kind of PMFS sound, but it's cool stuff. One of Deep Elm's best right here.

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Philip from North Yorkshire, United Kingdo 
Mar 31 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

good, but this is like a different band to the PMFS of today, less manic and heavy, more in keeping with the deep elm sound buy their newer stuff before this.

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Mike from Salem, NH 
Mar 29 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is an alright cd. When I first got it I listened to it alot. I found myself listening to it less and less as time went by. It's a good start if you want to dabble in screamo, just don't expect it to have life-changing effects.

 
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