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CHVRCHES - THE BONES OF WHAT YOU BELIEVE (ALBUM)
Label:LIB/UMA
Entry:06/10/2013 (Position 13)
Last week in charts:02/03/2014 (Position 16)
Peak:13 (1 weeks)
Weeks:5
Place on best of all time:3323 (106 points)
Year:2013
World wide:
ch  Peak: 55 / weeks: 1
de  Peak: 22 / weeks: 3
at  Peak: 18 / weeks: 2
nl  Peak: 68 / weeks: 1
be  Peak: 37 / weeks: 16 (Vl)
  Peak: 70 / weeks: 3 (Wa)
no  Peak: 28 / weeks: 1
au  Peak: 13 / weeks: 5
nz  Peak: 35 / weeks: 1

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TRACKS
20/09/2013
CD Vertigo 3748516 (UMG) / EAN 0602537485161
1. The Mother We Share
3:12
2. We Sink
3:34
3. Gun
3:54
4. Tether
4:46
5. Lies
3:41
6. Under The Tide
4:32
7. Recover
3:45
8. Night Sky
3:51
9. Science / Visions
3:58
10. Lungs
3:02
11. By The Throat
4:09
12. You Caught The Light
5:37
13. Strong Hand [Bonus Track]
3:25
14. The Mother We Share (Errors Remix) [Bonus Track]
3:17
   

06/10/2013: N 13.
13/10/2013: 39.
16/02/2014: R 36.
23/02/2014: 45.
02/03/2014: 16.
MUSIC DIRECTORY
ChvrchesChvrches: Discography / Become a fan
CHVRCHES IN AUSTRALIAN CHARTS
Albums

TitleEntryPeakweeks
The Bones Of What You Believe06/10/2013135
Every Open Eye11/10/201536
Love Is Dead10/06/201873
SONGS BY CHVRCHES
Afterglow
Bela Lugosi's Dead
Bow Down
Bury It
Bury It (Chvrches feat. Hayley Williams)
By The Throat
Clearest Blue
Dead Air
Deliverance
Down Side Of Me
Empty Threat
Follow You
Forever
Get Away
Get Out
God's Plan
Graffiti
Graves
Gun
Heaven / Hell
High Enough To Carry You Over
II
Keep You On My Side
Leave A Trace
Lies
Lungs
Make Them Gold
Miracle
My Enemy (Chvrches feat. Matt Berninger)
Never Ending Circles
Never Say Die
Night Sky
Now Is Not The Time
Playing Dead
Really Gone
Recover
Science / Visions
Strong Hand
Tether
Tether (Eric Prydz vs. Chvrches)
The Mother We Share
Under The Tide
Up In Arms
Warning Call
We Sink
Wonderland
You Caught The Light
Zvvl
ALBUMS BY CHVRCHES
Every Open Eye
Love Is Dead
The Bones Of What You Believe
 
REVIEWS
Average points: 4.67 (Reviews: 6)
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*****
Very nice album. Hardly mis-steps at all. It's a very solid album. With no real instruments! Chvrches have given me an appreciation for more synthetic music. I get what this music is all about and I think it's very cool, and trendy.
****
Quite a cool album. I love their general sound; the vocals work really well with the synth aspects of their music; the tracks are very well crafted. I particularly adore The Mother We Share and Recover.
****
The idea of Chvrches being a wonderfully infallable band, what with their sleak & shiny style complimented by their slick artwork stylings, is something I want to believe. But when you get to the end product, it's easy to realise that it's just not quite the case. I remember when the album came out, theneedledrop questioned if the full product that people seemed to be loving was actually any good outside of the singles. I do think he had a different set of 'singles' in mind to what I do when I think of this album, but I've found with time that I might just agree. There are just so few other tracks on the album that I have much interest in listening to on their own, and really none of them come close to the grand team up of "The Mother We Share", "Gun", "Lies" & "Recover". A handy thing that's done though is that these singles are spaced out so it's easy to keep your attention for at least the first 30 minutes, but after that, you're flying solo and have to assess the tricky terrain with less confidence. Is it a success? Somewhat, but I can't help but feel there was a missed opportunity to hit with something figuratively transcendent. The domain of spritely ladies with synthesizers may be in vogue, but that doesn't mean it's easy to reliably deliver the goods. Perhaps CHVRCHES & HAERTS could have worked together and confined their collective best work to one album, and we'd have something really great, as opposed to just marginally great. 4.2
Last edited: 01/11/2015 19:48
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