Yesterday Was Dramatic - Today Is OK

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TMT Entertainment
Utgivningsdatum
18 okt 2005
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10 låtar
Speltid
66:30

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1 I'm 9 Today 4:42 86 013
2 Smell Memory 6:32 74 463
3 There Is a Number of Small Things 6:31 59 273
4 Random Summer 3:17 63 052
5 Asleep on a Train 7:17 64 753
6 Awake on a Train 9:58 62 435
7 The Ballad of the Broken Birdie Records 6:38 54 514
8 The Ballad of the Broken String 4:45 58 290
9 Sunday Night Just Keeps on Rolling 8:09 48 290
10 Slow Bicycle 8:41 56 752

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  • pixel_dude

    Far and away my favourite múm album! It's such a shame that they moved away from this sound.

    19 mar 2013 Svara
  • iwannacookie29

    Listened to this 7 years ago for the first time. Man, I really miss college.

    19 apr 2012 Svara
  • Terminall42

    Whoa

    29 aug 2011 Svara
  • armed_desire

    i remember the first time i heard this a few years back, i immediately knew it had opened doors for me that i'd never be able to close. very odd album to be an introduction to electronic music, huh?

    8 apr 2011 Svara
  • Coop_R

    This is a grower.

    25 jan 2011 Svara
  • folgsam

    Unique in it's sharp, definite, joyous, exuberant "clickety clickety clicka click clack clock." If not, please point me toward similar works! Thank you very much.

    24 jul 2010 Svara
  • strom-z

    I also think it's their best album. amazingly creative, so many different moods, for me definitely one of the best "electronic" albums ever made

    23 maj 2010 Svara
  • Infinitemporary

    Their best album!

    6 maj 2010 Svara
  • skororassvet

    friends of the random summer usually rode bicycles and solved mysteries. now they sat in the library with stacks of old records around them. they listened on a gramophone, most of the records stored the sound of people speaking, some the sound of birds singing. this library was the saddest place. the friends went outside. yesterday had been dramatic, but today is going to be ok.

    21 apr 2010 Svara
  • VasiliyKovalev

    ааааааа обожаю обожаю

    25 feb 2010 Svara
  • M-Mayakovski

    being pretentious has anything to do with the fact his from Brasil?

    23 feb 2010 Svara
  • del_music

    God I forget how much I LOVED this CD when it came out. Must go home and drag it out....

    9 sep 2009 Svara
  • Diminuendo_

    One of the best albums of all time.

    15 aug 2009 Svara
  • mithotyn90

    my first múm album. i remember how this album put me in a very happy mood the first time i listened to it, still making me feel optimistic and alive.

    12 aug 2009 Svara
  • Craigsly

    SergeantLedge you couldn't be more right. Even worse, he displayed awful grammar saying something so ludicrous. =P

    6 jul 2009 Svara
  • SergeantLedge

    that's the most pretentious thing I've ever read.

    4 jul 2009 Svara
  • Diego_Mel0

    This is caotic like a sound torture. Never heard something so anti-logic in my life. "Mogwai", "Godspeed you! Black Emperor", dont get close of this non-sense music creation. I dare to compare this album to action Paiting of Pollock, i magine this band really making the sound in the exacly second they come to their minds. Amazing creative work. But our generation, in my opinion, is not ready for this, to understand it completely.

    28 maj 2009 Svara
  • Bocaburgler

    mums best album, yet it's one of their least listened?

    2 feb 2009 Svara
  • inphanta

    Their best album. Pity the songs NEVER come up in my library...

    2 feb 2009 Svara
  • Hvalskards

    melancholic and moody...

    12 dec 2008 Svara
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