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Thrice: The Artist In The AmbulanceThe Artist In The Ambulance (2003)
Reviewer Rating: 3.5
Contributed by: GreenVandalGreenVandal
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Well kids, here it is. The interview you have all been waiting for! Today, at 11 PM, I welcomed a very special guest into my computer room. The guest was Thrice's newest album, The Artist In The Ambulance. He showed up decked out in some very impressive packaging. Not to sound shallow or anything,.
Well kids, here it is. The interview you have all been waiting for! Today, at 11 PM, I welcomed a very special guest into my computer room. The guest was Thrice's newest album, The Artist In The Ambulance. He showed up decked out in some very impressive packaging. Not to sound shallow or anything, but the cardboard case with the interchangeable pictures, and the production commentary is really cool. You could fall in love with this album without even hearing it! But anyways, enough vanity, and back to the point at hand. Me and my guest (who I, from now on, will refer to as Art) shared a good 45 minutes talking about the goings on in his life over the past year or two. I made sure to record, and transcribe, the whole thing for your reading enjoyment. Now here's the interview, I hope you enjoy it!
ME: Hello, please state your name and what you do.
And that was my evening with the Artist In The Ambulance. He is a overall incredibly solid album that I can pretty much recomend to anyone. He won't convert any fans, but he won't lose any either. Well, I'm gonna go have some more quality time with Art, so until next time, goodnight!
(If right now, at this moment, you still do not understand the points that this review made, or the opinions expressed, then do not buy this album. It is quite obvious you dont understand things like, "attempting something different" "having a attention span" "understanding conversation" or "reading and decoding the english language". There are many more suitable albums out there for your taste, seeing as the lyrics to these songs alone would probably make you forget what your name is. they occasionaly use words as well. And sometimes these words form sentences and/or whole stories. For the rest, thank you for reading this.)
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