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Opposites is the sixth studio album by Scottish alternative rock band Biffy Clyro, which was released on 28 January 2013. A double album, Opposites was originally announced as a pair of albums: The Land at the End of Our Toes and The Sand at the Core of Our Bones, these later became the names of the individual discs of the album. The album features 20 songs across two discs. There is also a single disc version with 14 selected tracks.



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  • Biffy have gone over the line of bands that are being hated for pretty much no reason other than gaining popularity. I hope they become even bigger and release an album full of songs like ''Many of Horror'' just to piss people off.
  • the album that finally got me into this band
  • Great album. If this is considered shit, then go listen to top 50 chart pop music, you could argue that they are a chart band now, but it seems like the mainstream came to them rather then them catering to the mainstream. Still the same quirkiness, Still the same voice, Still the same guitar tuning, They've just experimented with their sound and taken a different approach to writing music. Imagine how boring releasing the same album time and time again would be. I'm pretty sure most people just diss them 'cause they gained some deserved popularity. I can't imagine those people enjoy music very much 'cause they're dissecting and whinging about the most irrelevant aspects. Are you sitting at home listening to the album with teenyboppers? Does the band honestly care what you think? Clearly not. They put out the album, (with a sound you don't like) after all.
  • Well, I don't like it at all. I was not expecting such positive criticism in here, actually.
  • This albums is pretty AMAZING. No matter whoever wanna say, it's pure class in all its terms.
  • Who cares if it's popular, it's still good. First disc is very good. Second, not so much. Two of the best songs on the album are on disc 2 though.
  • Biffy are so fucking annoying. I want to hate this purely because I hate bands shifting so dramatically in sound towards blatant commercialism, but... damnit, it's nice music all in all, it really is.
  • Here's my review:
  • They say that they release there albums in trilogies?!!!! that's total nonsense, regardless of if they said that, its not true in reality. the first three albums sound totally different to each other, Blackened Sky and Infinity Land are not similar. other than the production which sounds similar purely because of the budget. And best rock album in british history???!!! Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, Rolling Stones, Oasis, David Bowie and many many many others might have a thing to say about that. Its ok to be hyped for an album but that statement is preposterous.
  • Biffy said that they release their albums in triologies, so a massive rock record is what you should've expected. Im more impressed that they've taken some of the sounds from their earlier album (Forgot which song, but i heard the old clean chords they did). All this means is that Biffy will change their sound next record, so just be excited and enjoy this album for what it is: By far one of the best rock albums in British history

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