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Antics is the second album by New York City-based band Interpol, released in 2004 selling 488,000 copies in the U.S. and over 100,000 in the UK. Although more confident than its predecessor, Turn on the Bright Lights, it largely repeats the same formula of sparse arrangement driven by bass throb and strong drums, with powerful, evocative lyrics sung in a resonant, somber voice by vocalist Paul Banks and intricate guitar lines, reminiscent of The Chameleons. Musically speaking… read more



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  • rating 8.5/10
  • Nothing could have outdone TOTBL, but it's a solid follow-up.
  • Favorite album, yet.
  • great
  • lighter, in terms of atmosphere that is, it's just more optimistic.
  • Sits well as the lighter version next to Bright Lights.
  • Wow what happened. Definition of the sophomore slump.
  • This and 'Room on Fire' are absolutely the two strongest 'second album in a wave of hype' releases in my memory.
  • As good as TOTBL. [2] Masterpiece.
  • My fav album by interpol, haters gonna hate. [2]

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