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La Dispute is a five-piece PostHardcore band from Grand Rapids, Michigan that formed in 2004. La Dispute consists of lead vocalist Jordan Dreyer, drummer Brad Vander Lugt, guitarists Chad Sterenberg and Kevin Whittemore and bass guitarist Adam Vass. At present, their albums are distributed internationally by No Sleep Records.

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La Dispute is a five-piece PostHardcore band from Grand Rapids, Michigan that formed in 2004. La Dispute consists of lead vocalist Jordan Dreyer, drummer Brad Vander Lugt, guitarists Chad Sterenberg and Kevin Whittemore and bass guitarist Adam Vass. At present, their albums are distributed internationally by Epitaph, and were formerly distributed by No Sleep Records.



La Dispute released their most recent album, Rooms Of The House, on March 18, 2014.

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La Dispute released their most recent album, album Rooms Of The House, on March 18, 2014.
2014 to positive reception. The album was released independently of record labels, rather through the band's own independent label named Better Living.

In 2019, the band released their first release with long-renowned punk label Epitaph Records, titled Panorama, to critical acclaim.


Compare and contrast with Music/{{MeWithoutYou}}, Music/TwentyOnePilots and Music/{{Slint}}.

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Compare and contrast with Music/{{MeWithoutYou}}, Music/TwentyOnePilots and Music/{{Slint}}.


* SiameseTwinSong: An odd example "Such Small Hands" and "Nobody, Not Even the Rain," in that they appear to be two parts of one song, but one opens and the other concludes the album, respectively. When performed as a cover or uploaded onto the internet, they are almost always spliced together, and often renamed "Nobody, Not Even the Rain Has Such Small Hands," a line from an [[EECummings E.E. Cummings]] poem, [[http://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/15401 "somewhere i have never travelled,gladly beyond."]] They may also form a kind of SequelSong.

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* SiameseTwinSong: An odd example "Such Small Hands" and "Nobody, Not Even the Rain," in that they appear to be two parts of one song, but one opens and the other concludes the album, respectively. When performed as a cover or uploaded onto the internet, they are almost always spliced together, and often renamed "Nobody, Not Even the Rain Has Such Small Hands," a line from an [[EECummings E.E. Cummings]] Creator/EECummings poem, [[http://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/15401 "somewhere i have never travelled,gladly beyond."]] They may also form a kind of SequelSong.


Compare and contrast with Music/{{MeWithoutYou}} and Music/{{Slint}}.

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Compare and contrast with Music/{{MeWithoutYou}} Music/{{MeWithoutYou}}, Music/TwentyOnePilots and Music/{{Slint}}.

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** [[spoiler:He did.]]

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* EarnYourHappyEnding: The family in "HUDSONVILLE, MI 1956"


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** "HUDSONVILLE, MI 1956:" "There is history in the rooms of the house."


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* SpokenWord: Much of the band's output is spoken word poetry set to music, similar to {{MeWithoutYou}}.

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* SpokenWord: Much of the band's output is spoken word poetry set to music, similar to {{MeWithoutYou}}.Music/{{MeWithoutYou}}.


La Dispute released their most recent album, Rooms Of The House, on March 18, 2014.



* ConceptAlbum: ''Somewhere at the 'Bottom of the River'' used the asian folktale told in "Four" as a point of departure and focused on strained relationships; ''Wildlife'' was a collection of "short stories" that dealt with tragedy, grief, and how we cope with them.

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* ConceptAlbum: ''Somewhere at the 'Bottom of the River'' used the asian folktale told in "Four" as a point of departure and focused on strained relationships; ''Wildlife'' was a collection of "short stories" that dealt with tragedy, grief, and how we cope with them. "Rooms Of The House" is based on the concepts of time and space and how we perceive them.

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* StockPhrases: The band really loves to use "darling" and "lover" in their lyrics. There's even a JustForFun/DrinkingGame [[http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lkdt8zAjcs1qbe58po1_500.jpg from it]].


* LongTitle: In the grand post-hardcore fashion.

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* LongTitle: In the grand post-hardcore post-hardcore/emo fashion.


The Band is known for playing a brand of post-hardcore indebted to {{music/Emo}}, Jazz, Blues, and {{Metalcore}}, with their lyrics delivered in a spoken-word or screamed style. ''Somewhere at the Bottom of the River'' drew its inspiration from the "asian folktale" told in the song [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7CxNa-5ikp0 "Four"]], and prominently featured uncommon time signatures and screamed vocals.

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The Band is known for playing a brand of post-hardcore indebted to {{music/Emo}}, Music/{{Emo}}, Jazz, Blues, and {{Metalcore}}, with their lyrics delivered in a spoken-word or screamed style. ''Somewhere at the Bottom of the River'' drew its inspiration from the "asian folktale" told in the song [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7CxNa-5ikp0 "Four"]], and prominently featured uncommon time signatures and screamed vocals.


The Band is known for playing jazz and blues influenced post-hardcore, and their lyrics are largely spoken-word or screamed. ''Somewhere at the Bottom of the River'' drew its inspiration from the "asian folktale" told in the song [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7CxNa-5ikp0 "Four"]], and prominently featured uncommon time signatures and screamed vocals.

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The Band is known for playing jazz a brand of post-hardcore indebted to {{music/Emo}}, Jazz, Blues, and blues influenced post-hardcore, and {{Metalcore}}, with their lyrics are largely delivered in a spoken-word or screamed.screamed style. ''Somewhere at the Bottom of the River'' drew its inspiration from the "asian folktale" told in the song [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7CxNa-5ikp0 "Four"]], and prominently featured uncommon time signatures and screamed vocals.

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* StopAndGo: Done twice in "Said the King to the River."

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