|3||Now The Shadow Of The Column|
|ole-629||Prosaics||Aghast Agape (12" + CD, EP)||Matador||ole-629||2004|
|OLE629-2, OLE 629-2||Prosaics||Aghast Agape (CD, EP, Dig)||Matador, Matador||OLE629-2, OLE 629-2||UK||2004|
|PCD-4523||Prosaics||Aghast Agape (CD, Album)||P-Vine Records, Matador||PCD-4523||Japan||2004|
|none||Prosaics||Prosaics (CD, EP, Promo)||Matador||none||Unknown|
|DM 072||Prosaics||Aghast Agape (12", EP)||Dim Mak Records||DM 072||US||2004|
The real problem with Aghast Agape, Prosaics' debut EP (originally released stateside by Dim Mak), is that the band doesn't offer any material that might diffuse accusations of straightforward stylistic photocopying. The album isn't without its moments, but nothing about Aghast Agape distinguishes Prosaics from the growing mass of post-punk revivalists cluttering the indie landscape. The band misses the core appeal of much of the music that inspires the album: Comer has studied Ian Curtis' despondency, but sacrifices his urgency and directness for clumsy stabs at abstruse poetry; he evokes Morrissey's deprecating anguish without the counterbalancing wit.
Aghast Agape (CD, Album). P-Vine Records, Matador. Aghast Agape (CD, EP, Dig).
From Aghast Agape, 2004 Dim Ma. EDM (District) (от лица компании "Dim Mak Records"); ASCAP.
Prosaics - Failure 02:34. Prosaics - Now The Shadow Of The Column 04:23. Prosaics - Teeth 03:24. Prosaics - Tenants 02:22. Prosaics - Crawling 02:54. Aghast Agape - Prosaics.