EAT THE ELEPHANT (VINYL)
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Vinyl, 20 April 2018
- Product Dimensions : 31.6 x 31.39 x 0.99 cm; 553.95 Grams
- Manufacturer : BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT (US) LLC
- Item Model Number : 5383743105
- Original Release Date : 2018
- Run time : 57 minutes
- Label : BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT (US) LLC
- ASIN : B079J83TZZ
- Number of discs : 2
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Fourteen years after being cryogenically frozen as part of an experimental partnership between the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame and Dairy Queen, guitarist Billy Howerdel has been successfully reanimated. He has since reunited with his band A Perfect Circle, whose new album, Eat the Elephant, will be released on April 20th. Howerdel believes Eat the Elephant may well be A Perfect Circle’s finest work to date. “We hope the established rock critics at the major magazines and newspapers really embrace this album,” he said. “It’d be great to get a mention in SPIN or Blender, but let’s face it, when it comes to reaching fans — especially teenagers — nothing is more important than the opinions of middle-aged white men at our nation’s great newspapers. That happens, and this CD will be flying off the shelves at Tower Records and Sam Goody!”
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By Michael McAnuff on 28 September 2020
Best song? Delicious. Almost everything else here presents as lacking impact. This one is only compulsory for those Tool / Maynard fans who must insist he is a god. For anyone else, this will be relegated to the bargain bin in a short amount of time.
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However, much has been said regarding the recording quality, and I have to confess APC or more likely their recording company, have compromised the album with loudness and compression.
Now its nothing like as bad as some reviewers have claimed, and not a great deal worse than 13th Step, but there is a noticable lack of dynamic range, and it is LOUD!
This would easily have rated 5 stars but for the recording quality, and its time the companies stopped producing over compressed and over loud albums
I must also say at this point that they are a Wonderful group to see Live as I had the pleasure of seeing them on the Thursday 14th June at the Brixton Academy (A Near Perfect Night ) and they are Back in December (I Can't wait for that) this Album you will listen to for Decades and Decades and you will keep going back to it!