6 Songs, 49 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
108 Ratings

108 Ratings

brinoman ,

if love could be expressed by men

i found a lot of comfort in this album when i went to war. sometimes music is more than music. yasim in the sky takes me back to childhood when horror didn't exist. best band ever thanks for comfort

11andy22 ,

Powerful music, strange coincidence

Released on September 4th 2001, one week before the terrorist attacks in New York, this album is one of the strangest coincidences in musical history. The album also contains the track entitled "This Plane Will Crash Tomorrow." This song was removed after the attachs, but can still be found online. This is incredible music.

This band writed some of the most moving music ever written. It made me cry the first time I heard it. This is music you listen to at night, by your self, in your bed. It changed my life.

Alex Podany ,


Just got done listening. I laid there with my best pair of headphones, lights off, eyes closed, and did my best to fully absorb the album. Honestly, it’s one of the best pieces of music I’ve ever listened to; for 50 minutes I forgot about everything and just concentrated on the music. This is one of the few albums I’ve listened to where I “felt.” It’s hard to explain, but it’s great to just have that kind of raw, unnameable emotion come and go with the music. For anyone already into post-rock music, this album will easily become one of your favorites. And for those new to the genre, it’s impossible not to like music like this.

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