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The Wire (p.53) - "A powerful retort to the comparatively crude hyperactivity of the post-dubstep landscape and a well-timed lesson in sophistication, Pinch and Shackleton make a powerful intervention in the dialectics of the dancefloor."0.2796763

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Spin (p.67) - "[T]he full-length debut from these playful Brooklyn rockers is exactly the sort of record that New York needs: urgent, fun, big, and bright."Alternative Press (p.110) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Vocalist/guitarist Dylan Rau delivers everything from quirky cadences to intriguing falsetto, while his bandmates shore him with everything from inspired atmospheres, dance-floor soundtracks and the occasional thumping rocker."0.2410721

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Rolling Stone (p.100) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[T]he beats slip and skitter just enough to suggest a new genre: arena glitch."Entertainment Weekly (p.125) - "Sexy robot vocals slip and slide all over juicy squeals, raindrop plops, and jungle-thick beats..." - Grade: B+The Wire (p.59) - "[A] fitful and languishing affair whose best moments will have you yearning for more..."CMJ (p.37) - "CONNECTOR burns far more methodically than its predecessors. For the first time, the group's music prompts some honest-to-god dancefloor euphoria..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.102) - 4 stars out of 5 - "With tongues-in-cheek but feet defiantly on the dancefloor, RADICAL CONNECTOR ratchets up the accessibility quotient significantly."0.2154032

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Rolling Stone (8/21/97, pp.105-106) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...What makes this collection an inspired idea is...the pairing of heavy metal's fascination with deep-rooted technophobic dread and electronica's eagerness to assimilate high tech..."Rolling Stone (8/21/97, pp.105-106) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...What makes this collection an inspired idea is...the pairing of heavy metal's fascination with deep-rooted technophobic dread and electronica's eagerness to assimilate high tech..."Entertainment Weekly (8/8/97, p.79) - "Producer Happy Walters hit on a clever idea here: to match metal stalwarts with electronica pioneers. The result? A rich cache of new subgenres and crossover possibilities..." - Rating: AEntertainment Weekly (8/8/97, p.79) - "Producer Happy Walters hit on a clever idea here: to match metal stalwarts with electronica pioneers. The result? A rich cache of new subgenres and crossover possibilities..." - Rating: ANME (Magazine) (8/2/97, p.39) - "...Too much testosterone-clogged blood on the dancefloor to make it consistent, but it's ultimately worth looking into for the freak successes and the absence of a Jesus Jones contribution..."0.1687369

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Spin (p.106) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[W]ith songs this hooky, it's impossible not to enjoy Cut Copy's lush new-wave revival."Entertainment Weekly (p.117) - "COLOURS' instant anthems crackle with soaring vocals and fanciful, fluttering synths that rival the creations of Hot Chip..."Uncut (p.86) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[A] more ambitious melding of their influences: at its best, on 'Unforgettable Season' it suggest some enchanted alternative '80s..."Alternative Press (p.146) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "If you're looking for a little warm blood pumping through the veins of your dance music...this is just about ideal. Every generation, it seems, gets the New Order they deserve; now, we have ours."CMJ - "The back-to-back 'Out There On The Ice' and 'Lights And Music' are oh-so-80s and oh-so great, with killer synth breakdowns..."Q (Magazine) (p.101) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "The shimmering synths and throbbing bassline on 'Hearts On Fire' builds to a knockout chorus, while 'So Haunted' deftly straddles the dance-floor divide."Clash (magazine) (p.119) - "IN GHOST COLOURS is soaked in the ghost of a thousand electrified axe pedals..."URB (Magazine) (p.107) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "IN GHOST COLOURS sounds like Depeche Mode on Lorazepam -- dramatic, well enunciated and full of arpeggiated synthy goodness."0.1406141

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