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Album: The Heart Is a Monster *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Segue 4
2)    Hot Traveler
3)    A.M. Amnesia
4)    Snow Angel
5)    Atom City Queen
6)    Segue 5
7)    Counterfeit Sky
8)    Petting the Carpet
1)    Mulholland Dr.
2)    Fair Light Era
3)    Segue 6
4)    Come Crashing
5)    Segue 7
6)    Focus, The
7)    Otherwhere
8)    Segue 8
9)    I Can See Houses
10)    Segue 9
 

Album: The Heart Is a Monster *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Segue 4
2)    Hot Traveler
3)    A.M. Amnesia
4)    Snow Angel
5)    Atom City Queen
6)    Segue 5
7)    Counterfeit Sky
8)    Petting the Carpet
1)    Mulholland Dr.
2)    Fair Light Era
3)    Segue 6
4)    Come Crashing
5)    Segue 7
6)    Focus, The
7)    Otherwhere
8)    Segue 8
9)    I Can See Houses
10)    Segue 9
 
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  • Failure's last studio album, 1996's underrated Fantastic Planet, arrived a little too late to the stadium alt-rock party to make any kind of significant commercial impact, due in large part to label woes and heroin addiction, but it offered up a master class in emotionally spent, melodically charged space grunge that managed to accrue a huge fan base as the years went on. Released in 2015, The Heart Is a Monster picks right up where Fantastic Planet left off, even going so far as to add to the sequence of instrumental (and incremental) segues that the band laid out on the former. Failure have also found a way to retain their gargantuan net of sound, though they manage to punctuate things this time around with some more pronounced pop elements. Dense and muscular shoegazey guitars and cavernous percussion abound, but Ken Andrews and Greg Edwards have amassed enough musical and life experience over the last 20 years that the album feels most alive when it's pushing against the traditional alt-rock framework. Echoes of Pink Floyd, Flaming Lips, and late-period Trent Reznor surface throughout, and while the lyrics still bristle with discontent, they're less defiant and more concerned with the journey than they are the inevitable descent/ascent to oblivion. ~ James Christopher Monger
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Spacey and sprawling yet packing plenty of guitar muscle, THE HEART IS A MONSTER picks up where 1996's FANTASTIC PLANET left off."

Pitchfork (Website) - "[T]hey manage to pull off the near-impossible feat of establishing continuity with their back catalog while also giving listeners a glimpse of what the band might have sounded like had it stayed together, and evolved organically up to this point."
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