First listened to this album on my first trip to England. It makes me nostalgic.
Uuuugh! Repetitive and over-hyped. I would like half an hour of my life back.
to the previous reviewer: NOTHING like Coldplay except both bands are British. and not pop either, they are ENGLISH FOLK SINGERS! i have no idea why someone would bother either listening to or reviewing a band they dont like. crazy. anyway, i love this & see them live if you can! brilliant lyrics & great music
Mumford and sons is a really good band.
The more I listen to this CD the more I love it. Great lyrics, vocals, and rich sound. One minor quirk (and I'm getting very picky when I mention this) - on one or two tracks the vocals sound mechanical and don't flow smoothly with the music.
It's hard to find an album where you love every song on it, but this is definitely one of them. I listen to their songs and want to get up and dance, and go start some kind of old fashioned folk like riot or something. The sound is fresh, and there isn't anything quite like it. Plus their lyrics actually have a meaning and emotions.
An amazing group, amazing voices, amazing music. There's a lot of feeling and I LOVE listening to all of it.
This group plays with such conviction - the lyrics are full of fight and resonate with universal sentiments and experience, but are obviously very personal. It's refreshing to hear timeless, traditional instrumentation in the popular consciousness. Awesome.
This is one of the best albums I have heard. They really have something special going on with their mix of folk and rock. Definitely give it a listen!
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