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Jimmy Eat World - Integrity Blues
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Jimmy Eat World - Integrity Blues

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Johan Wippsson Format: Album
Release date: 2016-10-21 Year: 2016
Label: Exotic Location Recordings
Genre: Modern Rock
Producer: Justin Meldal-Johnsen
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Jimmy Eat World must be called pioneers now. With nine studio albums they've really shown that they belong to the absolute elite when it comes to Emo rock. Ok, it might not be totally correct to call them Emo as there are plenty of Alternative and Indie Rock in their very nice sound. Anyway, this is a very good band and they show this on their latest record, released on October 21, 2016.
Musically speaking, Integrity Blues is no revolution, which I also highly appreciate. It feels like the band really gone in to write great songs and give fans exactly what they want. Maybe, I think that we get a little bit more than that, as this is a very strong album, the best in several years, actually.
With songs like "You With Me," "It Matters" and "Through" will they without a doubt make their loyal fans more than happy. And there are more good tracks on Integrity Blues that is very even and well-written like the final tune, Pol Rogers with its epic and slightly progressive sound.
Must also give extra credits to their producer, Justin Meldal-Johnsen (Beck, Nine Inch Nails, Tori Amos) that has given a very atmospheric and dynamic sound that is really perfect for this kind of thoughtful rock.

Tracklisting 1. You with Me
2. Sure and Certain
3. It Matters
4. Pretty Grids
5. Pass the Baby
6. Get Right
7. You Are Free
8. The End Is Beautiful
9. Through
10. Integrity Blues
11. Pol Roger


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