Dark Is the Way. Light Is a Place [CD/DVD] [Deluxe Edition]

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All Music Guide - Gregory Heaney
On their fifth album, Dark Is the Way Light Is a Place, Anberlin continue down the path they started down on New Surrender, with a sound that's even more layered and dense. Utilizing the talents of Grammy-winning producer Brendan O'Brien, the band's sound has evolved in a way that manages to be less poppy while sounding decidedly more pop, with the album having a casual slickness to it that makes it sound like something that belongs on the radio rather than an something that's trying to be on the radio. Part of this comes from the band borrowing heavily from U2's playbook. The songs feel more expansive, utilizing lots of delay-heavy guitars to fill more space with ...
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All Music Guide - Gregory Heaney
On their fifth album, Dark Is the Way Light Is a Place, Anberlin continue down the path they started down on New Surrender, with a sound that's even more layered and dense. Utilizing the talents of Grammy-winning producer Brendan O'Brien, the band's sound has evolved in a way that manages to be less poppy while sounding decidedly more pop, with the album having a casual slickness to it that makes it sound like something that belongs on the radio rather than an something that's trying to be on the radio. Part of this comes from the band borrowing heavily from U2's playbook. The songs feel more expansive, utilizing lots of delay-heavy guitars to fill more space with simpler melodies, creating a lush musical landscape for singer Stephen Christian's vocals to explore. This new direction goes a long way towards separating Anberlin from the rest of the emo-rock pack, giving them a little something to help them standout to the uninitiated while delivering the plaintive pop will please everyone who's already made a connection with the band. While they might miss some of the drive that the band brought to the table in their earlier work, the depth of slower and more spacious songs like "Take Me (As You Found Me)" should ultimately prove more rewarding in the long run. [The deluxe edition, released in 2010, features a DVD of bonus material.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/7/2010
  • Label: Republic
  • UPC: 602527488707
  • Catalog Number: 001474810

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 We Owe This To Ourselves (3:12)
  2. 2 Impossible (4:03)
  3. 3 Take Me (As You Found Me) (4:12)
  4. 4 Closer (3:46)
  5. 5 You Belong Here (4:22)
  6. 6 Pray Tell (3:47)
  7. 7 The Art of War (4:43)
  8. 8 To the Wolves (3:31)
  9. 9 Down (4:05)
  10. 10 Depraved (5:24)
Disc 2
  1. 1 Impossible
  2. 2 We Owe This To Ourselves
  3. 3 [Bonus Material]
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Anberlin Primary Artist
Christian McAlhaney Group Member
Nathan Young Group Member
Joseph Milligan Group Member
Deon Rexroat Group Member
Stephen Christian Group Member
Technical Credits
George Marino Mastering
Brendan O'Brien Producer
Billy Bowers Engineer
Anberlin Composer
Danny Yourd Video Producer, Filmmaker
Tom Syrowski Engineer
Jordan Butcher Art Direction
Steven Hoover Video Director, Filmmaker
Michael Zavros Cover Illustration
Frank Arigo Executive Producer
Curtis Abbott Filmmaker
Stephen Christian Composer, Lyricist
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