History Music / TitusAndronicus

5th May '16 2:31:11 PM aye_amber
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Imagine BruceSpringsteen crossed with NeutralMilkHotel crossed with TheClash and you're about halfway there.

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Imagine BruceSpringsteen Music/BruceSpringsteen crossed with NeutralMilkHotel Music/NeutralMilkHotel crossed with TheClash Music/TheClash and you're about halfway there.
8th Mar '16 5:12:09 AM moloch
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* ShoutOut: To absolutely everything including Creator/WilliamShakespeare, Albert Camus, the CivilWar, Billy Bragg, BruceSpringsteen, {{Seinfeld}}, HunterSThompson, and ''Film/TheDarkKnight'', to name just a few.
* SpokenWordInMusic: ''The Monitor'' contains readings of speeches and writings by UsefulNotes/AbrahamLincoln and Creator/WaltWhitman, among others, performed by fellow indie rock artists such as Craig Finn of The Hold Steady and Jenn Wasner of Wye Oak.

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* ShoutOut: To absolutely everything including Creator/WilliamShakespeare, Albert Camus, the CivilWar, Billy Bragg, BruceSpringsteen, Music/BillyBragg, Music/BruceSpringsteen, {{Seinfeld}}, HunterSThompson, and ''Film/TheDarkKnight'', to name just a few.
* SpokenWordInMusic: ''The Monitor'' contains readings of speeches and writings by UsefulNotes/AbrahamLincoln and Creator/WaltWhitman, among others, performed by fellow indie rock artists such as Craig Finn of The Hold Steady Music/TheHoldSteady and Jenn Wasner of Wye Oak.
4th Aug '15 6:01:13 PM FulminataXII
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* DarkReprise: "Titus Andronicus Forever" at the beginning of ''The Monitor'' and "...And Ever" at the end.

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\n* DarkReprise: "Titus Andronicus Forever" at the beginning of AuthorAvatar: The protagonist in ''The Monitor'' and "...And Ever" Most Lamentable Tragedy'' is at the end.least partially based on Stickles himself.



** Stickles has explained that the 5 different "acts" in ''The Most Lamentable Tragedy'' are meant to represent the different stages of manic depression.

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** Stickles has explained that the 5 different "acts" in ''The Most Lamentable Tragedy'' are meant to represent the protagonist going through different stages of manic depression.depression.

* DarkReprise: "Titus Andronicus Forever" at the beginning of ''The Monitor'' and "...And Ever" at the end.
17th Jul '15 11:41:08 AM FulminataXII
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* ConceptAblum:

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17th Jul '15 11:40:41 AM FulminataXII
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17th Jul '15 11:40:20 AM FulminataXII
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Added DiffLines:

* ConcepAblum:
** ''The Moniter'' uses the American Civil War as a metaphor for the struggles of a young man in modern New Jersey.
** Stickles has explained that the 5 different "acts" in ''The Most Lamentable Tragedy'' are meant to represent the different stages of manic depression.


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* StrawNihilist / TheAntiNihilist: A common thread throughout Stickles' lyrics is his own indecision between falling into nihilism completely or finding his own purpose in life.
10th Oct '14 12:29:28 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* SpokenWordInMusic: ''The Monitor'' contains readings of speeches and writings by AbrahamLincoln and Creator/WaltWhitman, among others, performed by fellow indie rock artists such as Craig Finn of The Hold Steady and Jenn Wasner of Wye Oak.

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* SpokenWordInMusic: ''The Monitor'' contains readings of speeches and writings by AbrahamLincoln UsefulNotes/AbrahamLincoln and Creator/WaltWhitman, among others, performed by fellow indie rock artists such as Craig Finn of The Hold Steady and Jenn Wasner of Wye Oak.
29th Dec '13 1:15:23 PM EarlOfSandvich
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* GeniusBonus: With song titles like "[[PieterBruegelTheElder Upon Viewing Brueghel's 'Landscape with the Fall of Icarus]]" and a concept album about the Civil War with a recommended reading list, this is a given. Patrick Stickles is a very smart, very well-read guy and it comes through in his lyrics.

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* GeniusBonus: With song titles like "[[PieterBruegelTheElder "[[Creator/PieterBruegelTheElder Upon Viewing Brueghel's 'Landscape with the Fall of Icarus]]" and a concept album about the Civil War with a recommended reading list, this is a given. Patrick Stickles is a very smart, very well-read guy and it comes through in his lyrics.
27th Aug '13 3:47:41 PM geetwosix
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Titus Andronicus is a punk/indie band from Glen Rock, New Jersey comprised (as of August 2013) of Patrick Stickles, Eric Harm, Julian Veronesi, and Adam Reich. They have released three albums, 2008's ''The Airing of Grievances'', 2010's ''The Monitor'', a ConceptAlbum based on the dual lives of a young man in New Jersey and a Union soldier in the CivilWar, and 2012's ''Local Business''.

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Titus Andronicus is a punk/indie band from Glen Rock, New Jersey comprised (as of August 2013) of [[IAmTheBand Patrick Stickles, Stickles]], Eric Harm, Julian Veronesi, and Adam Reich. They have released three albums, 2008's ''The Airing of Grievances'', 2010's ''The Monitor'', a ConceptAlbum based on the dual lives of a young man in New Jersey and a Union soldier in the CivilWar, and 2012's ''Local Business''.
27th Aug '13 3:42:06 PM geetwosix
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Titus Andronicus is a punk/indie band from Glen Rock, New Jersey comprised of Patrick Stickles, Amy Klein, Eric Harm, and David Robbins. They have released three albums, 2008's ''The Airing of Grievances'', 2010's ''The Monitor'', a ConceptAlbum based on the dual lives of a young man in New Jersey and a Union soldier in the CivilWar, and 2012's ''Local Business''.

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Titus Andronicus is a punk/indie band from Glen Rock, New Jersey comprised (as of August 2013) of Patrick Stickles, Amy Klein, Eric Harm, Julian Veronesi, and David Robbins.Adam Reich. They have released three albums, 2008's ''The Airing of Grievances'', 2010's ''The Monitor'', a ConceptAlbum based on the dual lives of a young man in New Jersey and a Union soldier in the CivilWar, and 2012's ''Local Business''.
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