Twenty One Pilots

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Twenty One Pilots - Vessel Vessel
Pop Colored Vinyl 531792-1 Fueled By Ramen
Sealed 2014 Limited Edition Clear Vinyl Reissue Of Twenty One Pilots Debut Album. Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. “Vessel Is Front-Loaded With Three Relentlessly Catchy Single-Ready Standouts: The Schizo-Frenetic Hip-Hop Via Indie Bounce Of "Ode To Sleep," The Silky Groove Of "Holding On To You," And The Vocoder Radio Pop Of "Migraine." These Three Songs Encapsulate The Band's Unique Calling Card, Offering Up The Best Examples Of What Makes Their Approach Different From Any Number Of Bands Working In Similar Territory, With Enormous Beats And Full-Force Electro-Pop Running Through Hooks Modeled For Top 40 Radio, Each Element Punctuated By Joseph's Down-To-Earth Sentiments Coming Through In The Form Of Caffeinated Rap Codas…The Influence Of Dour Emo-Pop Like Bright Eyes Shows Up In Some Of The Vocal Stylings, As On "Semi-Automatic" And The Uncharacteristically Folky "House Of Gold." The Entire Ride Is More Of A Party Than An Emo-Fest, Though, And A Decidedly More Commercial Take On The Parts Of Indie Rock That Appeal To A Mass Market, With Banging Tunes Like "Fake You Out" Leaning Closer To Coldplay Or Fun. Than They Do To Mgmt, But With An Eye Toward Both Sides Of The Coin. Twenty One Pilots Definitely Have A Formula For Both Songwriting And Production That Renders Some Of The Songs Here Slightly Redundant, But Even That Doesn't Take Away From The Overall Value Of The Album. Vessel Is A Lively, Energetic, Pulsing Collection Of Candy-Coated Big-Budget Pop With Just Enough Personality To Make It More Engaging Than A Large Percentage Of Other Groups Out There At The Moment Doing Something Similar.” Fred Thomas, AMG... more details
 
Twenty One Pilots - Blurryface Blurryface
Pop New - LP 7567-86696-3 Fueled By Ramen
Sealed 2015 2LP Import Original Housed In A Die-Cut Gatefold Jacket. "Grappling With The Forces Of Dark And Light That Rage Within, Twenty One Pilots Make Inner Turmoil Sound Thrilling On Their Sophomore Major-Label Lp, Blurryface. Named After The Menacing Character That Represents The Negative In Vocalist Tyler Joseph's Life, Blurryface Is A Genre-Blending Grab Bag Of Styles That Sounds Like A Soundtrack From Multiple Artists. Reggae And Dub, Industrial And Drum'n'bass, Indie Rock And Rap. They're All Included On Blurryface, Where Abrupt Stylistic Changes Are Exciting Without Being Jarring. In Addition To The Hit Singles "Ride" And "Stressed Out" -- Which Tackle Millennial Angst And Relatable Life Struggles -- Blurryface Is Packed With Self-Aware Lyrics, Clever Observations, And Deep Introspection. While Its Predecessor, Vessel, Hinted At The Fearless Experimental Side Of The Duo -- Which Also Includes Drummer Josh Dun -- It Was Ultimately More Precious And Innocent. Keeping With The "Blurryface" Threat, This Album Is Darker And, Despite The Addictively Catchy Nature Of The Music, More Serious. Joseph Struggles With His Demons Throughout -- Fear And Anxiety Seep Through "The Judge," While The Conflict Rages On "Doubt" And Self-Doubt And Regret Plague "Polarize" -- Until Catharsis Is Achieved On "Goner," Where Joseph Sings "I've Got Two Faces/Blurry's The One I'm Not." It's An Emotional Ride Buoyed By A Constantly Shifting Sonic Palette. Despite The Intensity Of Some Of The Lyrics, When One Focuses Strictly On The Music, It's A Party. The Reggae Influences Abound (Nearly Half The Album Includes Some Kind Of Laid-Back Dub Beat) And Joseph Strums His Ukulele To Effective Measure On "The Judge" And "We Don't Believe What's On Tv." The Pair Also Flirts With Electronic Dance Beats On Highlights "Heavydirtysoul" And The New Order-Ish Ode To Columbus, Ohio, "Hometown." This May Sound Like A Confused Mishmash Of Ideas From Two Guys Who Can't Seem To Focus, But In The 2010S -- When So Many Genres Rubbed Elbows In The Top 40 -- It Ends Up Being A Natural Product Of The Very Environment Where It Was Spawned. Twenty One Pilots Tap Into Both The Emotions And Musical Proclivities Of Restless Youth In 2015, Resulting In An Effort That Sounds Both Of Its Time And Also Completely Futuristic." - Neil Z. Yeung, AMG.... more details
 
Twenty One Pilots - The LC LP The LC LP
Pop Colored Vinyl 548230 Fueled By Ramen
Sealed 2015 Exclusive, Limited Record Store Day Release Pressed On Translucent Red Ohio Shaped Vinyl EP. Silver Foil RSD Sticker On Plastic Envelope. Includes Live Recordings Of “Fall Away, “Forest” And “Ode To Sleep.”... more details
 
Twenty One Pilots - Blurryface Blurryface
Pop Used - LP 7567-86696-3 Fueled by Ramen
2015 2LP Import Original With Shrink Wrap Still Intact. Housed In A Die-Cut Gatefold Jacket. Vinyl Appears Unplayed. "Grappling With The Forces Of Dark And Light That Rage Within, Twenty One Pilots Make Inner Turmoil Sound Thrilling On Their Sophomore Major-Label LP, Blurryface. Named After The Menacing Character That Represents The Negative In Vocalist Tyler Joseph's Life, Blurryface Is A Genre-Blending Grab Bag Of Styles That Sounds Like A Soundtrack From Multiple Artists. Reggae And Dub, Industrial And Drum'n'bass, Indie Rock And Rap. They're All Included On Blurryface, Where Abrupt Stylistic Changes Are Exciting Without Being Jarring. In Addition To The Hit Singles "Ride" And "Stressed Out" -- Which Tackle Millennial Angst And Relatable Life Struggles -- Blurryface Is Packed With Self-Aware Lyrics, Clever Observations, And Deep Introspection. While Its Predecessor, Vessel, Hinted At The Fearless Experimental Side Of The Duo -- Which Also Includes Drummer Josh Dun -- It Was Ultimately More Precious And Innocent. Keeping With The "Blurryface" Threat, This Album Is Darker And, Despite The Addictively Catchy Nature Of The Music, More Serious. Joseph Struggles With His Demons Throughout -- Fear And Anxiety Seep Through "The Judge," While The Conflict Rages On "Doubt" And Self-Doubt And Regret Plague "Polarize" -- Until Catharsis Is Achieved On "Goner," Where Joseph Sings "I've Got Two Faces/Blurry's The One I'm Not." It's An Emotional Ride Buoyed By A Constantly Shifting Sonic Palette. Despite The Intensity Of Some Of The Lyrics, When One Focuses Strictly On The Music, It's A Party. The Reggae Influences Abound (Nearly Half The Album Includes Some Kind Of Laid-Back Dub Beat) And Joseph Strums His Ukulele To Effective Measure On "The Judge" And "We Don't Believe What's On Tv." The Pair Also Flirts With Electronic Dance Beats On Highlights "Heavydirtysoul" And The New Order-Ish Ode To Columbus, Ohio, "Hometown." This May Sound Like A Confused Mishmash Of Ideas From Two Guys Who Can't Seem To Focus, But In The 2010S -- When So Many Genres Rubbed Elbows In The Top 40 -- It Ends Up Being A Natural Product Of The Very Environment Where It Was Spawned. Twenty One Pilots Tap Into Both The Emotions And Musical Proclivities Of Restless Youth In 2015, Resulting In An Effort That Sounds Both Of Its Time And Also Completely Futuristic." - Neil Z. Yeung, AMG.... more details
 
Twenty One Pilots - Trench Trench
Pop New - LP 573985 Fueled by Ramen
Sealed 2018 2LP Gatefold With Digital Download. Twenty One Pilots Shook The World With The Release Of Their 2015 LP Blurryface, An Album That Would Go On To Sell Over 7 Million Copies Worldwide And Earn The Band Their First Ever Grammy® Award As They Shattered Longstanding Chart Records, And Captivated Audiences Worldwide On Sold-Out Arena Runs And At International Festivals. Now Three Years Later, The Duo Of Tyler Joseph And Josh Dun Have Returned To Write The Next Chapter Of Their Story With Trench, The Band's Highly Anticipated New Studio Album. Trench Finds Twenty One Pilots Fearlessly Re-imagining The Possibilities Of Their Music Through The Same Candid Expression And Genuine Identity That Helped To Cement Their Place As One Of The Largest Bands In The World.... more details
 

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