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RE: WE WERE YOUNG | from ephraimNov 19 2002 - 03:24
i didn't mean the new stuff sounds dated - i love the new stuff. that's what i'm trying to say. the old stuff sounds dated (obviously). sorry, but i'm kind of drunk and i haven't written anything in a while. i love idaho. the end.
p.s. is anyone else drunk?
RE: WE WERE YOUNG | from ephraimNov 19 2002 - 03:22
love WE WERE YOUNG. but i have to say the later tracks really get me. the newer stuff is very original- not that the old stuff wasn't- but it sounds kinda dated. i'm a guy of today and i can't wait for the new material i'm sure jeff and co. are working on to come out. thanks for the nice collection, but hopefully we'll see you soon with some new classics. cheers.
RE: WE WERE YOUNG | from Jason EisertNov 15 2002 - 14:00
I did read the credits - Thank you so much, that means A LOT to me...I couldn't even believe it at first! I thought I was hallucinating because when I read them I had had a few beers.
RE: WE WERE YOUNG | from JBNov 14 2002 - 21:39
Hey Jason, did you read the credits?
RE: WE WERE YOUNG | from Jason EisertNov 14 2002 - 12:08
We Were Young exonerates a microcosm of Idaho's career as a band. From the early rock out yet emotional Palms EP and Year After Year to the most recent ambient-core Levitate, Idaho permeates in listeners a warmth and longing for more similar material. Idaho is by far very the most talented and progressive group of musicians I have been exposed to. We Were Young collectively explains the band's career from its origins to the present, succinctly giving a "Year After Year" description of its music and what we may expect to hear in the future. I would like to extend a warm thank you to my favorite band, the best band in the world and some of the nicest guys I've met, Idaho and Co.
RE: WE WERE YOUNG | from fairygrlNov 14 2002 - 11:46
yes, radio does suck.
RE: WE WERE YOUNG | from farmcafeNov 14 2002 - 09:35
it really is a lot heavier than any of the recent stuff, which is a great change up. i love the levitate and hearts of palm cd's but every now and then it's cool to just let it rip and this album does that for me. the first 7 tracks alone would have made the album worthy, but then there's a host of others. jeff's a genious, what can we say. even the stuff he relagates to b-sides is better than what i'm hearing on any radio station today (of course i don't listen to radio anymore, so maybe that's a bad argument. but the reason i don't listen is because radio doesn't play creative stuff like we were young anymore. radio sucks! we were young rules.)
RE: WE WERE YOUNG | from fairygrlNov 14 2002 - 05:32
out of all the idaho albums that i have, this one is the best.
RE: WE WERE YOUNG | from EyebrowSep 16 2002 - 01:13
Anyone notice how there are ten songs all written and recorded around 95/96?? especially all the rockier stuff with the 3 sheets lineup?? Was this a lost Idaho album that never happened? I guess this is when Jeff lost faith in the band and got hooked to his PC? :(
RE: WE WERE YOUNG | from a fanSep 14 2002 - 21:05
yeah... I know it was already a topic, but I was not happy enough with the commentary...I want more people to come out and talk about the genius of IDAHO
RE: WE WERE YOUNG | from edSep 13 2002 - 22:44
This was already a topic. Where were you peep? And yes it is quite amazing.
RE: WE WERE YOUNG | from Seth HowardSep 13 2002 - 14:58
I'm digging it quite a bit. It's nice to hear Jeff and co. rawk out.
amazing | from a fanSep 12 2002 - 21:22
C'mon peeps....nobody is talking about how awesome this record is!....I will marry IDAHO this minute (if they happen to ask)