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Lista de canciones:
1. Factory
2. Compliments
3. Laredo
4. Blue Beard
5. On My Way Back Home
6. Infinite Arms
7. Dilly
8. Evening Kitchen
9. Older
10. For Annabelle
11. NW Apt.
12. Neighbor

Detalles del producto

  • CD de audio
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Formato: CD
  • Sello: Columbia
  • ASIN: B003GC58EM
  • Disponible también en: CD de audio  |  Disco de vinilo  |  Música MP3
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 4.8 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (4 opiniones de clientes)
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº3.731 en Música (Ver el Top 100 en Música)

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1 de 1 personas piensan que la opinión es útil Por manuel asin en 11 de abril de 2014
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En 1972, cuatro de los mejores hombres del Ejército Americano, que formaban un comando, fueron encarcelados por un delito que no habían cometido. No tardaron en fugarse de la prisión en que se encontraban recluidos. Hoy, buscados todavía por el gobierno, sobreviven como soldados de fortuna. Si tiene usted algún problema y si los encuentra, quizá pueda contratarlos
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Por F.A. en 21 de enero de 2014
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Descubrí este grupo de casualidad, gracias a un video de youtube que tenía por banda sonora el tema "The Funeral". Grupo recomendable. Cañero a veces, country otras, pero en general muy aprovechable.
Respecto a este disco decir que es un buen disco para oir y relajarse. En cada nueva audición descubres algo nuevo. Merece la pena.
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Por javier en 11 de febrero de 2013
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Sin desmerecer a los anteriores, éste es mi opinión el mejor de sus trabajos. precioso disco. el precio mas que económico y el envío como de costumbre, llega dentro de una semanita.
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Por ALVARO en 5 de marzo de 2014
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Este disco como el resto de discografia de Band of Horses son oro puro. No tienen disco malo esta gente.
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42 de 46 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Polished and consistent in comparison to their earlier records. 26 de mayo de 2010
Por Sam M. Tannenbaum - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Opinión de cliente de Vine de producto gratis
I turned onto Band of Horses (BOH) after discovering Carrisa's Wierd (a now-defunct band that included BOH frontman Ben Bridwell and former BOH member Mat Brooke). Their first record, 'Everything All the Time', was ridiculously addictive, and strong enough to make the second (''Cease to Begin') a mandatory buy. The main difference between those first two records was the confidence and maturity in songwriting.

For better or worse, the differences between that second album and this new one, their major-label debut, are pretty similar. Just as 'Cease' displayed greater confidence and cohesion in songwriting, this record finds the band even more 'settled in' to their sound and scope. How much one enjoys this album will mostly just come down to whether they enjoy the band's chosen direction. 'Everything' suggested that BOH could evolve into either a shoegazer band or a dreamrock outfit, and 'Infinite Arms' confirms that they are the latter, with a bit of alt-country twang.

This isn't a bad thing. I was initially somewhat amused by some reviewers' comparisons between this album and 70s ballad-pop, but on further consideration, I guess I can see it- it's just that this naturally seems more relevant, but these ARE essentially alt-country-dreamrock ballads. Those familiar with BOH's earlier work will appreciate the statement that this is 'St. Augustine'-BOH and not 'Funeral'-BOH, and should use that distinction when deciding whether to purchase 'Infinite Arms'.

There are some real high points on this record, notably 'On My Way Back Home' and the title track, which are both slow and deliberate, grand and sweeping.

I listened to this straight through about half-a-dozen times, and am pleased and impressed. It's a great record, but it IS very laid back, and there just aren't any rock-song standouts to look forward to. BOH fans won't be disappointed as long as they don't go in looking for a 'Funeral'/'Ghost'-type anthemic track to punctuate the experience. This works as an experience more than as a collection of songs, and in that, it succeeds.
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The first Band Of Horses album where everything works. 14 de agosto de 2010
Por Parkansky - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
I was always a mild Band Of Horses fan. A friend of mine burned me the first two cds to listen to, and I always kind of liked them. The combination of hipster indie rock and the classic country-fied rock was very pleasing to listen to, but that was about all. I did enjoy Cease To Begin a lot, though, since the hipster elements had diminished some, and they were embracing country and Gram Parsons a little more. All in all, I kinda dismissed them as yet another indie band with nothing much to say.

That all changed with this album.

With Infinite Arms, the Band of Horses lets their hair down and wears all of their influences on their sleeves. A tighter lineup this time around, everyone is contributing to Ben Bridwell's timeless sound. Cease To Begin was the blueprint for this album, as it showed more confidence and cohesion in their songwriting, yet I always knew they were destined for greatness. With Infinite Arms, the greatness is reached. The indie schtick is basically over, now the band is a true rock and roll band with some fantastic 3-part harmony and a penchant for killer melodies and catchy hooks to boot.

The album begins with the 3-strike punch of Factory, Compliments, and Laredo. These are easily some of the best work the band has ever done, and at the same time, are vastly different from each other. Factory is a moving ballad about love in the office with some soaring strings. Compliments is a great alternative country rocker with some fantastic harmonies, and Laredo could very well be the road rock song of 2010.

Unlike their last 2 albums, the middle half doesn't sag at all. It contains some of the most beautiful work the band has penned, whether it's the haunting title track, the sparse Evening Kitchen (which the guitarist Tyler Ramsey penned) or the Wilco-esque Dilly.

This also sees the keyboardist Ryan Monroe coming into play with one of the best songs on the album, Older, a song Gram Parsons wished he wrote. Once again, the harmonies are irresistible. And then, to top it off, the band finishes the album with Neighbor, an epic rock closer if there ever was one. The last 2 minutes of the song where the floodgates open are some of the best 2 minutes you'll ever hear.

This is a fantastic album from a band I kinda dismissed earlier. Just goes to show you that you can't judge a book by it's cover.
3 de 3 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
A Step Forward...In the Wrong Direction 30 de mayo de 2010
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
When Band of Horses first burst onto the "indie rock" scene in 2006 with the song "The Funeral" and the album that spawned that single, Everything All the Time, they became instant indie gods. The reverb drenched vocals and haunting tunes kept this listener rapt from start to finish. They would go on to show that they aren't a one-trick pony with 2007's Cease To Begin by keeping the things that made the first album great and adding a couple of uptempo rockers. Now, with Infinite Arms, the band leaves the Sub Pop label for the corporate trappings of the major label Columbia Records (not that Sub Pop doesn't have some of the same corporate crap running through their sewer system). The end result is something appealing, but much less satisfying than the first two albums. The only songs that really sound like the band are "On My Way Back Home", "Infinite Arms", "For Annabelle", and(sort-of) "Neighbor"...all, slow, meandering and incidentally, the best on the album. The main problem with the album for me, seems to be the lack of enthusiasm and passion in the music, poor songcraft and trite, overblown lyrics. In "Laredo", Bridwell actually sings the words, "I'm at a crossroads with myself". I don't think there's anyone on Earth who could sing that line and not sound like an idiot. Lines like "Later, I was thinkin' it over at the snack machine. I thought about you and a candy bar" in the album's opener, "Factory" aren't going to get Bridwell into the songwriting hall of fame either...not to mention the horrible "La, La, La, La's" in "Blue Beard". Much of the song structure, too, strays far from the Americana/Indie Folk the band was playing on most of the first two records. "Older" has a country twinge to it, but somehow still feels like the Beach Boys doing country...and Blue Beard sounds like Brian Wilson could have written it. Don't get me wrong, I love the Beach Boys, but if I want to listen to them,I'll go grab my copy of Pet Sounds.

Overall, the album isn't bad, but definitely not on par with their first two albums. It's lacking something...call it passion or whatever you want, but lacking it is. The only problem is that, with the exception of "Evening Kitchen", Infinite Arms is catchy as hell. You can complain all you want about an albums flaws, but at the end of the day, if you can't seem to take it out of your CD player, I suppose the band has accomplished their mission.

3.5 Stars
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Great Road Trip Music 14 de marzo de 2012
Por Scooter McGavin - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Opinión de cliente de Vine de producto gratis
Band of Horses is one of those groups you want to put on for an extended road trip through the heart of America on a warm night with the windows rolled down, the album cover even shows you a picture of stars rolling by a scenic mountain. Infinite Arms is a bit folksier than their last album Cease to Begin (and lacks any songs about great basketball players). And though there may not be a song as great as Nobody's Gonna Love You on Infinite Arms, the album is more solid than the previous one. The album starts off with the soothing Factory that sets a great mood. The highlight of the album is Laredo, the hardest rocking song among the bunch with great visual lyrics. And the album ends with the epic six minute Neighbor. Infinite Arms is a must for your next road trip.
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get this. it is worth the listen 1 de julio de 2010
Por iamsotired - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
Infinite Arms is much slower than previous albums released by Band of Horses. At first listen, I felt it was too sappy and did not contain the climactic songs they are known for. Its hard to live up to earlier releases, but after the second and third time around, this album caught on to me. I was able to appreciate the sound and feeling they were going for. It is a very soothing release and the listener can tell that this band has put a lot of effort into the writing process. I will definitely continue to support this group.

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