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Everything All The Time

by Band of Horses

Everything All The Time by Band of Horses

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Everything All The Time

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Label: Sub Pop Records
Band of Horses' blog-ubiquitous "The Funeral" made them minor celebrities before they left the gate, but their debut slowly proved that multi-instrumentalists Ben Bridwell and Mathew Brooke were no fluke. The record's charm lies in the band's keen balance between beautiful bombast -- the walls of electric guitar, the slow-motion pulse of a half-open hi-hat and a mother lode of '90s alt-rock influences -- and the delicate, arching melodies. When the full transcendent mess of Everything finally sank in, Band of Horses emerged with one of 2006's most lasting efforts.

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Band of Horses' blog-ubiquitous "The Funeral" made them minor celebrities before they left the gate, but their debut slowly proved that multi-instrumentalists Ben Bridwell and Mathew Brooke were no fluke. The record's charm lies in the band's keen balance between beautiful bombast -- the walls of electric guitar, the slow-motion pulse of a half-open hi-hat and a mother lode of '90s alt-rock influences -- and the delicate, arching melodies. When the full transcendent mess of Everything finally sank in, Band of Horses emerged with one of 2006's most lasting efforts.

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About This Album

Band of Horses' blog-ubiquitous "The Funeral" made them minor celebrities before they left the gate, but their debut slowly proved that multi-instrumentalists Ben Bridwell and Mathew Brooke were no fluke. The record's charm lies in the band's keen balance between beautiful bombast -- the walls of electric guitar, the slow-motion pulse of a half-open hi-hat and a mother lode of '90s alt-rock influences -- and the delicate, arching melodies. When the full transcendent mess of Everything finally sank in, Band of Horses emerged with one of 2006's most lasting efforts.