A Love of Shared Disasters

Release date
7 May 2007
Running length
12 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 The Lament of the Nithered Mercenary 2:35 27,526
2 Really, How'd It Get This Way? 4:47 17,548
3 The Whistler 9:42 28,144
4 Suppose I Told the Truth? 5:02 3,041
5 When You're Gone 5:34 27,685
6 Long Cold Summer 10:32 24,780
7 Goodnight, Europe 6:07 25,658
8 You Take the Devil Out of Me 4:22 27,063
9 The Northern Cobbler 7:30 20,313
10 My Enemies I Fear Not But, Protect Me From My Friends 6:33 6,297
11 I'm Almost Home 5:31 24,400
12 Sharks & Storms/ Blizzard of Horned Cats 8:17 2,147

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  • DaGlausch

    masterpiece [5] From beginning to the end.

    14 Jan 9:32pm Reply
  • RaymondEBot

    Definitely in my top 5 of albums over the last 10 years

    20 Jul 2014 Reply
  • CloudGer

    masterpiece [4] From beginning to the end.

    10 Nov 2013 Reply
  • LoneReaper

    Because there are some mistags. "Sharks & Storms/ Blizzard of Horned Cats", "Sharks & Storms / Blizzard of Horned Cats" and "Sharks & Storms/Blizzard of Horned Cats" scrobble as different tracks...

    10 Mar 2012 Reply
  • titan2589

    cant believe that Sharks & Storms/ Blizzard of Horned Cats has the lowest number of listeners, that is the fuckin best song =)

    22 Dec 2011 Reply
  • heman159

    I feel so sad for the ones who haven't given this album a chance yet.

    2 Dec 2011 Reply
  • UntilYouReform

    Their best.

    13 Nov 2011 Reply
  • nocturana


    15 Oct 2010 Reply
  • navetierra

    This is one of my favorite albums of all time, I heard it in 2007 all the way from Mexico to the UK, my girlfriend was waiting for me there and this was the soundtrack for such a beautiful trip :D

    30 Sep 2010 Reply
  • tim4tw

    masterpiece [3]

    13 Aug 2010 Reply
  • barwol


    27 May 2009 Reply
  • kakrine

    My god, this album has so many different levels of emotions expressed in it! I'm really diggin it.

    28 Apr 2009 Reply
  • VivaEmptiness

    Starting to really like this!

    24 Apr 2009 Reply
  • LordInfadula

    I love it for it's strong neofolk sections. This is a unique and a glorious break from the ordinary styling, and a bastion of multiple-genre folk and rock influences.

    5 Jan 2009 Reply
  • Implications

    Your opinion of what characterizes post-rock apparently only seems to be things a lot of newer bands use.

    30 Dec 2008 Reply
  • Samoa-Joe

    I really fell in love with that album-but I won't consider it to be post-rock in the core-sense of meaning... melancholic rock, yes. But where are the delays and the embracing layers of pleasant backdrop-noises that characterize postrock? Well, it doesn't matter to catergorize it; it can be appreciated without a label term...

    5 Dec 2008 Reply
  • GageAnstey

    This album is incredible...listening to the whole thing is mind-bending. It works like a passing sound, like someone playing a guitar on the street; it keeps fading in and out. Probably one of my favorite albums, period. A masterpiece.

    3 Nov 2008 Reply
  • tribalwar


    13 Sep 2008 Reply
  • Mizeri_


    18 Aug 2008 Reply
  • moridin247

    uh, no?

    26 Jun 2008 Reply
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