Amazing LP that. Amazing intro ,amazing outro. I've had for one year now and it sounds more subtle, more mysterious than ever. But this is not mysterious in the Pink Floyd way, simple fiction in audio, this is mystery that can be solved.

>>By McBarney   (Sunday, 2 Feb 2003 00:47)

seen the kittens play elbow? or is it elbow plays the kittens... who know. anyway here it is: http://www.rathergood.com/independent_woman/ (copy & paste into address bar i spose) very amusing, and am waiting in anticipation for the day when i actually hear some elbow music... oh it will come, and i shall dance. oh yes.

>>By punk_kittens   (Wednesday, 26 Feb 2003 10:41)

The album just fell in my lap, hadn't heard of them before then, or since...but its quite amazing stuff! I agree with mcBarney

>>By Emily   (Thursday, 3 Apr 2003 19:54)

hi i'am one boy ,live in argentina my english is so bad , your music is very good.
jeff buckley alive !!!!!!!!
tanck for make music
i'am music
how i can send my music .
______________________________bye dano

>>By dano   (Monday, 7 Apr 2003 18:20)

anyone know where i can find pics of the band?

>>By raff   (Thursday, 10 Apr 2003 14:31)

well, i picked up "cast of thousands" about 4 months ago and it totally intrigued me. i've never heard music quite like this. i guess you could call it radiohead with a more mellow, melodic centre but that just might be seeling these guys short. this stuff is intelligent, calming, experimental and fun. pick up the record if you're not afraid of something new.

>>By xxtimxx   (Monday, 12 Jul 2004 19:17)

The destinys child cover rocks!

>>By monkeyfeet   (Monday, 6 Sep 2004 14:26)

I think they are an extremely great rock group and should be paid close attention the next few years. Thier sound is pretty close to Doves in my opinion. Personally, I like the first album better than the second one. I've been trying to listen to the second album more and more but none of the tracks except "Fallen Angel" really catch my attention like "Little Beast", "New Born", or "Bitten by the Tailfly" did. I guess Asleep in the Back was the darker of the two albums. So if you prefer something a little somber then go with the first album.

>>By tasty_wheat   (Monday, 27 Sep 2004 04:36)

This band is exceptional and deserves much more than comparisons to the inferior Doves and Coldplay.
It's funny how Coldplay has become one of the biggest bands on the planet, but Elbow, a far more talented band with a slightly similar sound and infinitely better songwriting, can't even hold a record deal.
Hopefully the Mercury win changes all that.

>>By riff-raff   (Thursday, 2 Apr 2009 19:20)

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