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Alternative Press (1/96, pp.76-77) - "...Don Caballero constantly, expertly play off one another, switching leads and erecting tumbling monuments filled with lots of noisy power struggle, and few unwanted noodling solos. There's something to be said for rockin' out for its own sake, and Don Caballero say it loudly."Option (1-2/96, p.88) - "...mind-boggling rock jams of patterned guitar sparring, walking bass lines, and avalanches of drums and cymbals..."Musician (3/96, p.90) - "...What we've got here is sheer muscle: fifty megaton art music played with a controlled savagery that rivals LARKS' TONGUES IN ASPIC-era King Crimson. The force is pure hardcore..."55.83998

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The Wire (1/99, p.49) - "...neatly traces [their] sound from sleek, powerful, riff-heavy pieces to a more complex and involved hardcore fusion....possibly the most rounded and satisfying Don Caballero album so far.0.7379467

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Entertainment Weekly (No. 844, p.155) - "...[T]he Joggers' asymmetrical riffage and labrynthine phrasing sometimes achieve moments of epic indie-rock grandeur...." - Grade: B+Magnet (p.102) - "[W]hen this band surprises -- sounding raw and classic, not unlike Don Caballero gerrymandering the three-minute pop song, plus lyrics that quote poet Wallace Stevens' atheist manifesto -- it provides moments indie rock could use more of."0.5271048

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Alternative Press (4/00, p.98) - 4 out of 5 - "...a breathtaking collective of arty, '70s prog and sharp, early-'90s indie rock....they engage in Don Caballero-like, repetitive hammering at the senses....weaving [this], along with metallic and krautrockish textures, into an impressive, tight whole..."Magnet (6-7/00, p.95) - "...Attempts to split the world of rock into 2 categories: intricate and mundane. The band succeeds with the former because its music directs and drives through countless dynamic ranges without getting stuck in endless repetition..."The Wire (5/00, p.63) - "...Delivers a punishingly precise debut of assured force, with streamlined 'live' rhythms and a busy undertow of electronica..."CMJ (2/7/00, pp.22-3) - "...livens up 90s-style math rock with futuristic production values, endearingly geeky track titles and thrilling injections of 70s prog and 80s noise heaviness....[Their] motion-filled, linear compositions grind and drone like a god-dang V8."0.3162629

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CMJ - "While lightly covered by the songs' instrumental melodies of distorted guitar and bass, it is Che's percussive sound that shines through on the record."0.1926142

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Rolling Stone (2/01/01, pp.58-9) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Maintains the pop polish that made GET SKINTIGHT a sugar-buzz classic....those bong-hugging caballeros got nothing on singer Donna A., who lights it up like there's no tomorrow..."Spin (2/01, p.108) - 6 out of 10 - "...Like all good concept bands, the Donnas have a cute one, a funny one, an ambitious one, and a musical genius....[these] gurls can take you home and make you like it..."Entertainment Weekly (1/19/01, p.86) - "...Another dose of Ramones-style dope. Donna A.'s whip-smart words alternate between crude overtures...and prideful boasts..." - Rating: A-Q (3/01, p.106) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Mischievous pouty anthems reminiscent of Joan Jett and early Kiss, and a fine tradition of ironic heavy metal covers...continues with a romp through Judas Priest's 'Living After Midnight'. Funny girls."Magnet (1-2/01, p.85) - "...The Donnas have matured. They've tempered the cheerleader quality of their vocals, and the breakneck pace has slowed down just enough to discover that...they learned to play and sing..."NME (Magazine) (2/3/01, p.34) - 7 out of 10 - "...The Donnas are utterly convincing, whether appropriating the prehistoric on-the-road attitudes of '40 Boys in 40 Nights' or the fabulous stalker-crushing 'You Got A Crush On Me'....if girls can love Eminem, boys can dig this. Righteous, sisters."0.1674577

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Dirty Linen (2-3/96, p.87) - "Cuban son, a musical style and dance characterized by syncopated rhythms, is..."the combination of stringed instruments and poetry used by the Spanish-descended...rural peasant farmers...with African-derived rhythmic elements...""0.08020433

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