If We Could Only See Us Now Review

artist: Thrice date: 09/27/2005 category: compact discs
Thrice: If We Could Only See Us Now
Released: Mar 29, 2005
Label: Island
Genres: Post-Hardcore, Emo
Number Of Tracks: 9
It chronicles the California quartet's first six years with assorted live footage and extensive interviews with the bandmembers, their people, and Thrice fans themselves.
 Sound: 10
 Lyrics: 10
 Overall Impression: 10
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If We Could Only See Us Now Reviewed by: Zamboni, on september 27, 2005
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Sound: Thrice's last release, "If We Could Only See Us Now," came with a DVD and a CD. This is a review on the CD. This CD contains many B-Sides, unreleased tracks, acoustic versions, as well as a Beatles cover. It is a great representation of Thrice's diversity of sound, and is a great album. // 10

Lyrics: Dustin Kensrue is one of the best lyricists in modern music. Just read some of his songs and you'll see. They are deep, meaningful, and he sings them with such power and passion, it is hard not to fall into a trance when listening to him and his lyrics. They fit very well with Thrice's sound, and surprisingly, with their acoustic versions of originally metalcore songs. // 10

Overall Impression: It's a very, very good album, and it complements the DVD perfectly. All the songs are very impressive, but I would have to say that their Beatles cover, "Eleanor Rigby," and "(That) Hideous Strength" would be the showstoppers of the album. If lost, I would for sure buy it again. // 10

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