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Perfect Symmetry

Released on 13 October 2008

Artist: Keane

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  1. Spiralling
  2. The Lovers Are Losing
  3. Better Than This
  4. You Haven't Told Me Anything
  5. Perfect Symmetry
  6. You Don't See Me
  7. Again And Again
  8. Playing Along
  9. Pretend That You're Alone
  10. Black Burning Heart
  11. Love Is The End

customer Reviews

 Average rating (45 reviews)

 Their Best Yet...

| | See all IndieRocker's reviews (3)

Having heard a number of the songs on this album, I can tell you this is the best Keane album yet - and the first two were awesome! Stand out tracks include Spiralling, Love Is The End, and The Lovers Are Losing - which is the first release! It seems that it doesn't matter what style Keane do, this album is VERY 80's, Tom Chapins voice has such a range and passion you feel Keane could do anything!! Why do we have to wait til October!!! Keane are back with a hell of a bang!!


| | See all mattp1986's reviews (5)

I would buy this album for the title track alone and thats not to say the other tracks are not good, they are all excellent. But i think Perfect Symmetry is the best song they have ever written. 10 out of 10.

 needs a few plays to get going

| | See all shinycam's reviews (2)

Needs a few plays to get going, but once thats over most of the songs are catchy, especially track 5 , named of the album, enjoy


| | See all MetalIsBest's reviews (23)

Lyrics, voice, music, style, this album has it all, the best yet and shows that Keane are a top British act like so many others who lead the rock / pop scene.

Some people might scoff at my view, but I am entitled to it and I hear a little bit of Bowie and hint of Queen in this album, I really love it and find it uplifting rather than melon collie as their older stuff. Top group!

 Fantastic album!

| | See all phadley's reviews (32)

One of the best albums of 2008. I much preferred this album to Under The Iron Sea. This album is on a par with their debut Hopes And Fears. Not a bad track on the album and some instant classics - highly recommended.