2010
Label: ATP Recordings - ATPRCD37 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock
Nowhere Lullaby - Built To Spill - There Is No Enemy (CD, Album)

There Is No Enemy is the seventh studio album from alt-rock veterans Built To Spill and finds them regaining some of their acclaimed '90s form. In terms of straight-ahead, intelligent indie rock, these relative old-timers sound incredibly fresh, putting a good many current generation bands to shame on the likes of opening track 'Aisle 13' with its effortless college rock classicism and concise hookiness.

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "There Is No Enemy" on Discogs/5(15).

Built To Spill There Is No Enemy records, LPs and CDs.

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3 Replies to “Nowhere Lullaby - Built To Spill - There Is No Enemy (CD, Album)”

  1.  ·  · Editors’ Notes Seasoned veterans of the indie scene, Built To Spill’s seventh studio album is as textured and sprawling as any of their best work, and that’s no easy feat after 17 years as a band. There Is No Enemy is surprisingly full of fresh ideas (shiny trumpets! willowy strings!), so don’t let the first track, “Aisle 13,” fool you.

  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "There Is No Enemy" on Discogs/5(49).

  3.  · There Is No Enemy. Indie rock stalwarts going back to the early '90s, Built to Spill have pleased fans for years, and their first album in three years, There Is No Enemy, occupies much the same territory as 's You in Reverse. Doug Martsch 's absorbed and witty wordplay consistently turns lyrical convention on its head, the songs feature a parade of quirky hooks, and with its driving, /10().

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