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Sure, Welcome to Your Wedding Day ventures into the sort of electro-fried raggle-taggle folk that might invite unwelcome comparisons to a dance Levellersbut Welcome To Your Wedding Day - The Airborne Toxic Event - All At Once (CD the event it has more of the futuristic reinvention of My Chemical Romance about it. A crushing classic. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence.
If you choose to use this review on your site please link back to this page. This page has been archived and is no longer updated. Find out more about page archiving. Home Clips. Released Like this? Try these The kick-off title track immediately calls the debut's opener "Wishing Well" to mind with its muscular, Album), insistent rhythm and Jollett's rolling enunciations. But the singular personal pronouns have gone collective, the biting detail washed away by waves of universalism.
The single "Numb" embraces a grandiose nihilism; the messy complicated world that Jollett loves to evoke proves to be too much for him and he chooses to tune out and shut down. Jollett certainly intends for it to be a trenchant critique of the jingoistic, paranoid conflict-mongers of the American Right, but the word-images dissolve in the impressive sonics.
It's presaged by "The Kids Are Ready to Die", which is engineered as an electric Irish lament for the victims of a war of the mind. It sounds and feels like a cyborg version of Pink Floyd's "When the Tigers Broke Free" for a post-modern generation blissfully bereft of Anzio bridgeheads. The greater pleasures here are the simpler ones. First single "Changing" possesses some genuine and rare, for this band popped-collar swagger, to say nothing of its shameless Modest Mouse Album) quotes.
And the latter does at least have a half-funny joke about a shotgun wedding. Humour is often overlooked by the grave rock artist Jollett, and even the slightest hint of it sparks unreasonable hopefulness. All at Once 's end point, "The Graveyard Near the House", is a folky acoustic rumination on mortality and the entwined futilities of love, artistic expression, and of existence itself.
Jollett layers the myriad ironies in his lyrics with barely-suppressed glee, relishing the way his meticulous paradoxes revivify and completely upend the moribund phrase "I will love you until I die". It's the kind of display that irritates almost as much as it impresses. It leaves me thinking that perhaps I've misjudged similar flourishes in other songs, or else that I haven't judged them harshly enough.
The Airborne Toxic Event has this effect, I find. They are as difficult to embrace or to adore as they are to dismiss or to ignore. Jollett and his bandmates are certainly tapping into something, even if that something can turn listeners off. But despite their failings, Welcome To Your Wedding Day - The Airborne Toxic Event - All At Once (CD really do think that this band can bear things as they are.
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