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Diorama is the fourth studio album by Australian alternative rock band Silverchair. Released on 31 March 2002 by record label Eleven, the album was co-produced by Daniel Johns and David Bottrill. While Bottrill had worked on albums for a variety of other bands, Diorama marked the first production credit for lead singer Johns.

Johns wrote most of the album at the piano instead of his usual guitar, while the band took a 12-month break following their previous studio album, Neon… read more



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  • Avatar for elf-culture
    I just realized that someone tagged this as progressive rock. well that explains why I love this album so much
  • Avatar for Brenutka
    так слащавенько. но я люблю такое временами))
  • Avatar for israelicowboy
    this album is perfect!! why isn't After All These Years listed?
  • Avatar for VadiushaKomarov
    rating 7.5/10
  • Avatar for EDRORR
    This is a masterpiece.
  • Avatar for borgy
    One of the best albums ever made. A fair few people think this is over produced, but i think it's not, it's produced well.. You can tell there's no production trickery going on. Everything is a proper performance from a human being. Lots of modern music has a lot of auto tune involved / sliced together vocal takes and computer production trickery to make all the instruments stay perfectly in tune (beat detective for drums etc.). This album is just a great recording of human beings playing well together, with a touch of EQ and compression and a brilliant mixing job by David Bottrill holding it all together. That's why it still sounds fresh today. If you turn on the radio and listen to Taylor Swift, that's over production, 50 vocal takes edited together with auto tune 'cause she can't sing to save her life. This album is as real and human as it gets.
  • Avatar for justthesun
    This will always be my favorite Silverchair album. It's so underrated. Johns and Van Dyke are a magical combination. And I don't mind it being orchestral at all. It gives theatrics and I can see the songs/arrangements like a play in my mind, each song with their own unique story that I can feel deep in my chest. One can only hope that Johns doesn't stop. New album please.
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  • Avatar for elf-culture
    uGH can I just make love to this album
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