8 thoughts on “ Mated - Lungfish - The Unanimous Hour (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Shakashicage says:
    THE LUNGFISH BAND, from Baltimore, Maryland, has been performing and releasing albums on the Dischord Records label for more than 20 years. The Unanimous Hour was the band's 8th full-length album, appropriately released at the beginning of the new millennium, June For many the Unanimous Hour represents the band at it's peak, incorporating DANIEL HIGGS' /5(4).
  2. Faekazahn says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Unanimous Hour on Discogs/5(14).
  3. Voodookree says:
    ***from the Dischord website "Lungfish's seventh record, The Unanimous Hour, was repressed in extremely limited quantities on marble blue vinyl." Barcode and Other Identifiers Matrix / Runout: DISV-A [sideways ☮]JW Ⓤ/5(8).
  4. JoJomi says:
    Jun 29,  · Unanimous Hour is probably their best album. the casual listener may not be able to notice much of a difference between each Lungfish album. they're all very similiar (like Ac/Dc). but the more devoted fan knows that each album has it's own uniqueness. the differences are so slight from album to album, however if you listen to their newest album vs. their first album /5(4).
  5. Muran says:
    Still, Unanimous Hour is a must for Lungfish fans, just there's little reason to re-buy it, unless you're like me and you're thinning out your CDs and you want it on vinyl. By: Eric Trout about 9 .
  6. Tojajora says:
    The Unanimous Hour by Lungfish, released 01 June 1. Space Orgy 2. Web of Mirrors 3. Searchlight 4. Vulgar Theories 5. God's Will 6. Mated 7. Metatron 8. Sands Of Time 9. Return to the Caves Hallucinatorium Lungfish's seventh album, released in
  7. Guzshura says:
    The Unanimous Hour was the band’s 8th full-length album, appropriately released at the begining of the new millenium, June For many The Unanimous Hour represents the band at its peak, incorporating DANIEL HIGGS’ wild lyrical imgery with the band’s signature focus and repitition and spining them to new levels of tension and release.
  8. Doubar says:
    Lungfish are one of the classic post-hardcore bands, hailing from Baltimore and getting real weird with it. Sound In Time is their fourth album, a tight web of looping riffs and Daniel Higgs raw vocals. Yum. This version of the album has been specially remastered for vinyl release. LP on Dischord.

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