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O vocalista do Montezumas Kristian Matsson começou a gravar um set de sons rústicos e de voz grave, que lembravam os parceiros suecos Homesick Hank e Thomas Denver Jonsson, sob o nome de artista solo The Tallest Man On Earth no começo dos anos 2000. Seu EP de estreia auto-intitulado foi lançado na Gravitation Records da Suécia em 2006. O single "Pistol Dreams" foi lançado um ano depois, liderando o lançamento do primeiro álbum do The Tallest Man On Earth… leia mais

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  • ^~^
  • Anyone have an opinion on this? :
  • I'm in love with you, Kristian
  • His vocals are off-putting at first, but there is a rawness to them that is absolutely gorgeous after a few listens.
  • FOR SALE!! two tickets for the TivoliVredenburg (Utrecht) show next monday-night 26 October 2015. Unable to go myself, unfortunately :( Send me a PM for details if you're interested. Cheers!
  • Shallow Grave is my favorite.
  • titvn: Wild Hunt
  • whats his best release
  • Okay, I just listened to the album again. I really really like "Little Nowhere Towns" with the piano (also was great live). The title track is also pretty great just because of the emotion that you can hear in his voice along with the build-up/jam-out at the end (another stand-out when I saw him last week). Not trying to be a hipster, but "Sagres" might be my least favorite; after hearing it once or twice, I already feel like I've heard it a thousand times. The melody is just too generic and repetitive. I guess that gives it the mass appeal, idk. Meh. After listening to this album and There's No Leaving Now back-to-back, it's clear which album is superior.
  • Well, that's a bit harsh, but I kind of agree (fekko). His latest album seems pretty generic in the overall sound. Darker subject matter, but the music itself just seems a bit uninspired. A couple good songs in there though.

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