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Notes On A Conditional Form is The 1975''s highly anticipated fourth studio album. Available June 12th, the 22-track epic includes hit singles "People" and "Me & You Together Song". The band worked to use as little plastic as possible in the manufacturing of the product. Double LP pressed on clear-colored vinyl, housed in a 100% recycled and recyclable sleeve.

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Callen Lee Dussault
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Ehhh... it''s okay
Reviewed in the United States on May 25, 2020
I''ve been following 1975 for a while and really love their first three albums. Their sound has evolved really well, their willingness to tackle tough themes in their music has been impressive, and the cohesiveness of especially their last album made them stand out to me.... See more
I''ve been following 1975 for a while and really love their first three albums. Their sound has evolved really well, their willingness to tackle tough themes in their music has been impressive, and the cohesiveness of especially their last album made them stand out to me. This album is okay... but has very little of what I liked about them. Several of the songs flow well, but to me personally it feels disjointed. (This makes sense because most albums as re made to be split into shuffle playlists by the streaming services of the world like spotify etc, but I just wasnt expecting it from the 1975.) There are definitely a few very catchy songs, like People, which has been stuck in my head pretty thoroughly (this may be due to it''s repetitiveness). And opening up this album with one of Thunbergs speeches as supposed to their customary remixed track was an interesting choice (one that makes sense given how strongly Healy has spoken about world crises in interviews especially). Unfortunately for me, this album didnt quite reach me as personally and I dont know how often I''ll be listening to it. If you like the band, I still reccomend listening and forming your own opinions, and do so in a way that still supports them, but listen before you buy. Do not do a first time listening party with your friends (like I did with my close friend that waited excitedly for this with me).
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TH150
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The best moments are great, but overlong
Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2020
Like most albums of this length, you could probably cut away half of it and end up with a pretty strong record without missing too much. The filler isn''t bad, it''s just sort of shapeless and blends together. But there are moments of greatness here that will stand up as a... See more
Like most albums of this length, you could probably cut away half of it and end up with a pretty strong record without missing too much. The filler isn''t bad, it''s just sort of shapeless and blends together. But there are moments of greatness here that will stand up as a highlight of 2020, like "People" or "If You''re Too Shy (Let Me Know)."

But there''s moments of filler to be found. The opening track is a 5 minute speech from Greta Thunberg about climate change, and while it''s something that I agree with, it''s a great example of the problems this album faces. It''s not particularly moving or interesting. It feels like by the end of the first two minutes, I''ve gotten the point, and it still is going on. I''m just not sure why it''s here. It''s not some incredibly profound thing. It feels like something they did for the press. It''s a good cause, but it could have been a lot shorter and less self-indulgent.

And that''s what follow through the rest of the album. It just doesn''t feel like there''s a lot of strong songs here, but when they come, they are big. There''s definitely a good run in the middle of the album, and there''s a lot here that''s worth it.

In the end, it''s a bit of a mix bag. But it''s easy to give it 4 stars because, well, the worst parts aren''t that bad, and the strong parts are worth hearing.
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Deceiving Artwork in Amazon Post
Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2020
A little deceiving post. This is what the album cover looks like, completely different than the picture on the post. The back picture is true to the post, but not the front cover.
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hithere28
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
filler...
Reviewed in the United States on November 21, 2020
I generally am a BIG fan of The 1975, but this is a huge detour from their normal. Most of this album is just "filler material" and not worth a dime. The three songs I would recommend buying and NOT the whole album are...If you''re too shy, What should I say and Bagsy Not In... See more
I generally am a BIG fan of The 1975, but this is a huge detour from their normal. Most of this album is just "filler material" and not worth a dime. The three songs I would recommend buying and NOT the whole album are...If you''re too shy, What should I say and Bagsy Not In Net. Don''t spend anything more on this album. ugh...Sorry The 1975. I''ll still watch for new music but this was not worth it.
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Amanda Burrell
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great Band!!
Reviewed in the United States on July 6, 2020
I love The 1975, and this album does not disappoint. I love ambient music so that was a great surprise & I love If you’re too shy (let me know). They are Great musicians & Matty is a great writer and a lot of ppl have given them crap about this album but I think those fans... See more
I love The 1975, and this album does not disappoint. I love ambient music so that was a great surprise & I love If you’re too shy (let me know). They are Great musicians & Matty is a great writer and a lot of ppl have given them crap about this album but I think those fans have yet to grow up & want to live in the past. But they’re in their 30s now and their fans should grow with them. Oh and I love the slower country type songs too, they remind me of the 70s singer/songwriter era. Anyway, It’s a great album so give it a listen.
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Cypher
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Love it
Reviewed in the United States on May 25, 2020
The more I listen to it, the more I find new things to love. It definitely isn''t for everyone, but I really enjoy it.
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Robby D
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
My Favorite Album of 2020!
Reviewed in the United States on September 6, 2020
This is my pandemic album! I became an insane fanatic of The 1975 because of this album. Fave songs People, The Birthday Party, Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America, Roadkill, Nothing Revealed/Everything Denied, Tonight (Wish I Was Your Boy), Shiny Collarbone, If You''re Too... See more
This is my pandemic album! I became an insane fanatic of The 1975 because of this album. Fave songs People, The Birthday Party, Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America, Roadkill, Nothing Revealed/Everything Denied, Tonight (Wish I Was Your Boy), Shiny Collarbone, If You''re Too Shy (Let Me Know), Don''t Worry, and Guys. ✌❤😎
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Spencer
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Quite a throwback to many of their earlier sound experiments!
Reviewed in the United States on June 4, 2020
A solid chunk of the album is a throwback to a couple of sound experiments that George and Matty did way back before they made it on a label. It sounds very much like they tried it again with bringing back sounds that references their older sounds under both the names... See more
A solid chunk of the album is a throwback to a couple of sound experiments that George and Matty did way back before they made it on a label. It sounds very much like they tried it again with bringing back sounds that references their older sounds under both the names Talkhouse, as well as, Blind Tapes. However, it is still the 1975 with also some compositional choices that seem more like how they would write songs when they were Drive Like I Do. To me this album is going back to, sound wise, where they came from rather than who they have become.

Altogether I love the album. It really seems like the boys are enjoying their music. That''s the most you can ask for.
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Peri Urban
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A Many Faceted Gem
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 23, 2020
A first listen - track by track. As a member of the older generation who has apparently failed to prevent the existential environmental disaster which will see the human race wiped out, I must say that I find the opening track of this album to be alternately risible and...See more
A first listen - track by track. As a member of the older generation who has apparently failed to prevent the existential environmental disaster which will see the human race wiped out, I must say that I find the opening track of this album to be alternately risible and mildly offensive. Time will tell how Greta Thunburg is remembered, but here she is presented in supersonic ASMR detail. The instrumental backing is responsive to the message, differing in tone along with the words, so it’s a job well done, and a good example of one of the things that sets this band apart from the bunch. So, Greta calls for civil disobedience and rebellion. The 1975 duly obliges with a post-Blur Song 1 type moment, with the super energetic People. It was a concert favourite in 2019, and no doubt will be again in 2021, and it does mark a rare moment of relaxed abandon. Sticking with the changes The End (Music For Cars) is a gloriously bombastic orchestral treatment of what sounds like music composed using synthesiser pad sounds. Obviously, no expense was spared, but the effect is rather like listening to orchestral samples rather than the real thing. Frail State Of Mind brings us back into well known territory, with a song that could have been taken straight from any of the band’s previous albums. Having said that, the production here is still innovative, complex and multi-layered, and beautifully put together with all kinds of little details that will no doubt reward repeated listening. Streaming sees us back in “faux orchestra” territory. Layers of orchestral textures are juxtaposed with one another in a very liquid manner, perhaps using techniques pioneered decades ago by Frank Zappa when he recorded the different sections of the orchestra separately. But here time based effects (such as echo and stretching) are predominant. The Birthday Party is peculiar. I think it might be the banjo, which has somehow been given a poignancy not usually associated with the instrument. The song itself is quite simple, but no less affecting, with a beautiful pedal steel guitar floating around in the periphery of the sound stage. There’s a saxophone too, but like the orchestra on previous tracks it has been subsumed into the electronic landscape. The lo-fi opening chords (all hissy and flat) of Yeah I Know provide a momentary relief from the ongoing grandeur, and the overall tone of the piece is laid back, relatively simplistic compared to what has gone before. The sound (and the vocal treatments especially) remind me of Will.I.Am, but the writing is more experimental, which is no bad thing. This is my favourite moment so far. From Will.I.Am to Phil Spector’s Wall of Noise. Then Because She Goes is not subtle in the way it presents itself, almost veering into Coldplay stadium rock. The instruments and vocals are mashed together in a way that belies the previous subtleties of the album to this point. One that will require another few listens to comprehend fully. The acoustic guitar which begins Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America is another welcome change of tone. The lyrics here are quite, quite brilliant, and even though the song is more or less straightforward in its changes, they are assembled and arranged with great sensitivity to the material. Reminds me a lot of Neil Finn and Crowded House. Phoebe Bridgers’ vocals add a lovely counterpoint. Roadkill sees the band back into familiar territory, albeit with a bigger, more compressed production style. This is a guitar driven piece, with the usual vocal harmonies. I’m not sure the song grabs the listener, at least not on this first listening. Me & You Together is more of the same, with jangly guitars driving the track forward. This might have been recorded on the same day as Then Because She Goes, because it features the same “everything louder than everything else” approach. No subtlety here. Perhaps this is the influence of Jonathon Gilmore, who is credited with production and engineering on both tracks. The many layered, very detailed instrumentation and radical edits on I Think There’s Something You Should Know point towards the much more satisfying construction techniques that attracted so many of us to The 1975. The song may not be as immediately accessible as some of their former glories, but I am sure another couple of listens will see it hit home. The jazzy feel of Nothing Revealed/Everything Denied, with the super-clear piano (with voices off) is another departure, but uses a highly overlaid vocal technique so easily recognisable from previous albums. The rap/sprach-gesang sections are another welcome deviation. The rounded wah-wah guitar lead compliments the whole sleazy club vibe. The tiny, high pitched vocals which open Tonight (I Wish I was Your Boy) provide a few seconds of levity, but they are weirdly affecting. Again, the song is quite flat (on first listen). The verses are classic The 1975, but the chorus fails to hit home, being as generic as a Jamiroquai out-take. Shiny Collarbone sounds like a Captain Beefheart title, but the track is nothing of the sort (obviously). This is four-to-the-floor tranceout material, with vocal samples flown in over a respectably pounding beat. This could be Yello, which is no bad thing. Another album highlight for me. Another concert favourite in 2019 was If You’re Too Shy (Let Me Know), and I’m sure it will remain firmly ensconced. The song harks back to the band’s best material, and it has great production, arrangement and a catchy verse. There’s a fairly perfunctory bridge, but the chorus is satisfying, and the saxophone solo is nicely done. This may be one of the album’s two commercial high points (along with People). More acoustic guitar on Playing On My Mind, and the comparison to Crowded House is once again very apt, but here the melody belongs very obviously to The 1975 (and probably more to Matty). I’m not sure the song is as strong as it could be, but it is certainly very pleasant. Well, my goodness! This one made me sit back and listen. Having No Head begins like a Brian Eno ambient track, with treated piano and background wibbles. There is the creaking of the piano player’s seat, and the clump sound of the piano pedals being pressed. But pretty soon we are into a sonic jungle of cascading blips and blops, before a lovely big beat comes to carry us away. Another real highlight for me. Very William Orbit. What Should I Say continues the experimental feel, with highly auto-tuned vocals and another fourbeat. The constructed melody is one of the more interesting on the album, being almost Kraftwerky in feel, and the overall electronic nature of the instrumentation adds to that impression, at least in part. Again, it could almost be Yello. Bagsy Not In Net features more orchestra, mucked about and sampled, with reversed vocals seemingly lifted from a previous album. At least the tune sounds like something I’ve heard from them before. Better fans than me will figure this one out! Don’t Worry combines simple piano with the 1975 big vocal sound and shimmering synths to glorious effect. The song will bring a tear to the eye of the most hardened cynic. This is The 1975 at their most sensitive. The album ends with what sounds to me like The 1975’s bid for the boy band hall of fame. Twenty years ago this could have been a big hit for any number of manufactured commercial vehicles, and whilst I have no doubt the message of the lyrics is absolutely sincere, the song is a wee bit of a throwaway moment to complete what has been something of an up and down journey. ***** I think this album marks both a maturation point and a watershed for The 1975. The production values have risen up a notch. The sound is more varied and adventurous than before, but the songs don’t seem to be quite as strong, and the overall effect is of a band settling into their skin. They already have one of the best live shows in the world, with enough songs to keep a crowd going for two hours, and I’m sure a few of these songs will find their way in. It remains to be seen whether the band has already reached their height, or whether this is a momentary plateau on the way to something better. Either way, this album may disappoint fans who came looking for the same kind of incendiary content they got from their first three albums. But as time goes on this album will fit in nicely. It’s not their best, but even when cruising The 1975 offer more than most.
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MARK SHILLITO
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Just what we all needed!! The best album so far in 2020!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 23, 2020
Highlight of the week was when this cd dropped through my letter box on the day of release! The 1975 have delivered a fine Album with so many different styles. My favourites are If You`re Too Shy (Let me know), Guys and Playing On My Mind. An interesting track is Bagsy Not...See more
Highlight of the week was when this cd dropped through my letter box on the day of release! The 1975 have delivered a fine Album with so many different styles. My favourites are If You`re Too Shy (Let me know), Guys and Playing On My Mind. An interesting track is Bagsy Not In Net which uses the intro to the Christopher Cross hit "Sailing" and the riff features through the track. Top form. Thank you 1975 for bringing some light into our present day lock down!
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Michael A. Clark
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Overall Quite Good
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 17, 2020
Don''t know what they were thinking when the recorded the first track. I find it a bit too political, radical and offensive. Seems they''re praising this Thunberg girl. But what can we say. Track 3, an instrumental is quite good. It sounds as if Vangelis could have written...See more
Don''t know what they were thinking when the recorded the first track. I find it a bit too political, radical and offensive. Seems they''re praising this Thunberg girl. But what can we say. Track 3, an instrumental is quite good. It sounds as if Vangelis could have written and recorded it. If it had vocals to it, I''d say the best one to sing would be Jon Anderson of Yes. Beautiful song. I''m scratching my head over track 9 Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America. Not sure how to take this one but I assume they''re talking about the good and evil going on in America today. Tracks 1 through 8 I find boring. It picks up from track 10 and there are some really good songs from here on out with the exception of track 15, Shiny Collarbone. My first thought was WTH is that? Very strange and weird song, basically strangely weird. Overall, this is a good album. I think if I had to choose a favourite song it would be track 22, Guys. Really nice song. If you''re a 1975 fan, this would be great for your collection.
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Truly eclectic - you''ll love or hate this!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 31, 2020
This album seems to have really divided the critics: Those who don''t like it, will argue it is too long and that it sounds disingenuous as it doesn''t commit to any aesthetic or sound. Those who do, like the NME reviewer and myself, these are the two things that make it so...See more
This album seems to have really divided the critics: Those who don''t like it, will argue it is too long and that it sounds disingenuous as it doesn''t commit to any aesthetic or sound. Those who do, like the NME reviewer and myself, these are the two things that make it so endearing. It does take a few listens but aren''t they often the best albums? And somehow, it does all come together - a big sprawling range of sounds, genres and ideas that doesn''t commit but leaves this reviewer wondering how on earth have they managed to master it all! (Though the critics would argue Jack of all trades and master of none!) I guarantee you will fall one way or the other ...
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Shane
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Their Best Yet
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 24, 2020
I was already a fan, but this album has cemented their place as my favourite band of all time. Instead of trying to better what''s come before, the guys chose to take a risk, change direction, and it paid off. A stunning album from start to finish.
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