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  1. 23 rows · Aug 02,  · As "Carnival of Light" came together, the songs themselves pushed the 4/5().
  2. Aug 30,  · Carnival of Light is a cute attempt at sort of acclimating with the times, skewing their music closer to jangle/britpop and away from britpop-disguised-as-shoegaze. I feel like Ride's always been all over the map stylistically, especially on their tour de force Going Blank Again, so a move towards jangly, straight ahead territory doesn't shock nor disgust me/5(33).
  3. Despite the gaps in song quality and that hackneyed Creation cover, Carnival of Light creates a pleasant, freewheeling feeling throughout. The LP might have run better with the extraction of some of the duff, which is all the more frustrating when considering the quality of the B-sides from this period.6/
  4. Nov 17,  · "Carnival of Light" sounds like a band trying to make a larger statement, and, to me, it waters down any attempt at making that sort of grand gesture to place another group's song at the center of the album. Particularly when that song is the least subtle thing on the album, it's trudgy and bashy where other songs on here ("From Time to Time", /5(63).
  5. Ride - Carnival of Light. Your item will be previously owned but still in great condition. The disc will play perfectly without interruption and the case, inlay notes and sleeve may show limited signs of akinoragavironkalas.infoinfo Rating: % positive.
  6. Sep 12,  · The inclusion of the sensational b-sides from the original release is a wonderful treat that completes this album in a way it was meant to be in the first place. I simply cannot be more happy with the job Ignition Records has done for the entire Ride catalog, but for Carnival Of Light in particular/5(22).
  7. 15 rows · Carnival of Light is the third studio album by British rock band Ride, released in June Genre: Alternative rock, psychedelic rock, Britpop.
  8. Sep 12,  · I enthusiastically loved Ride's first album. I enjoyed but didn't steadfastly adore the second album. So when Carnival of Light came along, I already had a sense that they were changing their style. Which is fine, of course. I love Clapton's older stuff and I also loved his new "blues" direction when he took that turn. Artists grow and change /5(22).

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