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Interpol - Our Love To Admire (CD, Album)

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  1. Our Love to Admire, an Album by Interpol. Released 10 July on Capitol (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Post-Punk Revival, Indie Rock/5(1).
  2. Interpol: Our Love To Admire ‎ (CD, Album) Capitol Records: Mexico: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission. Add to Collection /5(10).
  3. `Our Love To Admire' is a continuation of their vision and takes great, though subtle, leaps forward. Rather than taking a musical detour, the boys come forward with more power and confdence; tighter as a unit as ever before. Sonically, they go beyond the boundaries of the previous two disks in ways that are not apparent after one or two listens/5().
  4. Our Love to Admire is the third studio album by American rock band Interpol, released on July 10, on Capitol Records. Recorded at Electric Lady Studios in Greenwich Village and The Magic Shop Studios in New York City, the album is the group's first to be released on a major label.
  5. What can I say about 'Our Love to Admire'? I do quite like this album, and probably more so than most Interpol fans. It beats the latest competition out of respect for the nice, mechanical, somber vocals and overall sound. The bass, though not as heavy as 'Turn on the Bright Lights' is still very post-punk revival. And the connection is there/5.
  6. Jul 10,  · Our Love to Admire is the sound of a minted Madison Square Garden band seeking to freshen its damp atmospherics. It's not a terrible idea: On 6/
  7. Our Love to Admire: Capitol / EMI Records LP: Our Love to Admire: Parlophone CD: Our Love to Admire: EMI Music Distribution CD: Our Love to Admire 6/
  8. Though Our Love to Admire is technically Interpol 's first major-label album, the way the band attempted to streamline the gorgeously dark atmospherics of Turn on the Bright Lights into something more marketable on Antics made that album feel more like their big-time debut than this album does.6/

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