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    Micah OslerOct 4, 2012 at 6:19 pm

    Perhaps that came off wrong. I liked Babel. It just sounded exactly like Sigh No More to me. Bands have no obligation to change between albums, but there was a question of what direction international fame would propel Mumford and Sons, and it seems that it hasn’t fazed them in the slightest.

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    Charley B.Oct 2, 2012 at 9:21 pm

    I disagree that bands are obligated to find a new sound every album. If they do something well, why should they change it? Every artist finds a voice that suits them, and theirs is pretty remarkable when you consider their appeal in a world being dominated by EDM. Plus, they harmonize really well. Scratchy singing?

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Mumford & Sons’s “‘Babel’ isn’t revolutionary, nor memorable as a whole”