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Babel
Mumford & Sons
Babel
Genres: Alternative Rock, Rock
 
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"We are more than excited to release Babel into the world. We had started writing new songs well before we got into the studio to record. At first, we peeled ourselves off the road quite reluctantly. We love playing live, ...  more »

      
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All Artists: Mumford & Sons
Title: Babel
Members Wishing: 30
Total Copies: 0
Label: Glass Note
Release Date: 9/25/2012
Genres: Alternative Rock, Rock
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 892038002619

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"We are more than excited to release Babel into the world. We had started writing new songs well before we got into the studio to record. At first, we peeled ourselves off the road quite reluctantly. We love playing live, obviously, but it had also become an important part of our creative process, we had been writing and rehearsing in soundchecks, and sort of road-testing new songs on our very gracious audiences. But then we fell in love with recording again. The album started to come together, and with the help of Markus Dravs once more (and engineer Robin Baynton), we started to relish the challenge of making this album. As a band, we ve never been closer or more collaborative, all working to our strengths. And so we feel that this record is a natural progression that we re proud of, and we cannot wait to take it out on the road." -Mumford & Sons

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Justy E. (justy) from CAMPBELLSVLLE, KY
Reviewed on 3/19/2013...
I have been so pleased by the songs on this album. I have had it on repeat in my CD player for weeks at this point and have still not gotten tired of it. The lyrics and the technical quality of the music are a superb combination. I enjoy the inclusion of the horns on "Broken Crown," and it's darker tone and sound all contribute to it being my favorite from the album. I will admit that "Lover of the Light" and "I Will Wait" are beginning to drain on me, not because they aren't quality songs, but because they were overplayed so much on the radio before I began to listen to the CD. Overall, it's a cohesive album with a folk sound that transcends the genre to appeal to a wider audience, and it excels in this effort.
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