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Q (p.124) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[A]rtful and smooth California rock, which particularly in its ballads...exudes a woozy warmth."Q (1/94, p.108) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...its melancholic melodies and enigmatic, wintry lyrics make this undoubtedly his best work...."Uncut (11/03, p.106) - "The easiest point of entry into Cale's world, and the first great album of Cale's post-Velvets career..."The Wire (6/00, pp.36-7) - "...Excellent chamber pop....Cale's 1st masterpiece, it is one of the very few records anywhere to integrate orchestra and rock instruments so fully that you can't see the join..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.120) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he piano-and-vocal mix of the title track is sure to please anyone seduced by the stripped-down Cale of 1992's live FRAGMENTS IF A RAINY SEASON."101.3755

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"It's a peerless showcase for the best of his solo work." Uncut90.44515

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Q (7/96, p.133) - 3 Stars - Good - "...The ballads...hit hardest, conveying themes of urban paranoia, dislocation and a raft of contemporary neuroses against a melodramatic musical backdrop with powerful portenous vocals..."81.1004

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Uncut (magazine) (p.94) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[S]he covers John Cale's '(I Keep A) Close Watch' with pinched gravitas."0.7113612

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Uncut (magazine) (p.94) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[S]he covers John Cale's '(I Keep A) Close Watch' with pinched gravitas."0.7113612

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Uncut (magazine) (p.94) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[S]he covers John Cale's '(I Keep A) Close Watch' with pinched gravitas."0.7113612

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Alternative Press (11/01, p.104) - Included in AP's "10 Essential Goth Albums" - "...This is [her] starkest, darkest and scariest of all her albums...a casket full of unrelenting harmonium-howling gloom..."The Wire (6/00, pp.37-8) - "...[John Cale] deploys Eno's electronic treatments to similarly disorienting effect....dominated by an intriguing if weirdly disconnected take on The Doors track..."0.4446007

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Alternative Press (11/01, p.104) - Included in AP's "10 Essential Goth Albums" - "...This is [her] starkest, darkest and scariest of all her albums...a casket full of unrelenting harmonium-howling gloom..."The Wire (6/00, pp.37-8) - "...[John Cale] deploys Eno's electronic treatments to similarly disorienting effect....dominated by an intriguing if weirdly disconnected take on The Doors track..."0.4446007

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Rolling Stone (12/11/03, p.136) - Ranked #185 in Rolling Stone's "The 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time"Entertainment Weekly (p.66) - "[I]ts nihilistic high points planted the seed of a musical revolution." -- Grade: B+Q (1/94, p.119) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...a marvelous celebration of Iggy Stooge's leering persona..."Uncut (p.120) - 5 stars out of 5 - "[A] dynamo coiled with electric essence, something you can use to recharge your existence today, tomorrow, forever."Vibe (12/99, p.164) - Included in Vibe's 100 Essential Albums of the 20th CenturyMojo (Publisher) (p.81) - "[E]ach song was put down live in one take, a necessity of time and budget, but also so as not to lose the group's energy and spontaneity..."Mojo (Publisher) (7/02, p.162) - "...They gave birth to a high-energy take on 3-chord rock'n'roll that was as heavy as adolescence and primitive enough to be avant garde..."NME (Magazine) (10/2/93, p.29) - Ranked #62 in NME's list of the `Greatest Albums Of All Time.'0.4305937

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The Wire (p.66) - "[T]he most immediately interesting song is 'Little Tommy Tucker', recited in an eerie, breathless vocal over a string driven folky drone recalling John Cale in the blackest of moods."Mojo (Publisher) (p.114) - 4 stars out of 5 - "These are songs written by men, and sung from their perspective, a litany of anxieties brilliantly served by a torchy, folk-tronic brand of western in which the woozily seductive Timms sounds both callous and tender in turn....A covers album supreme."0.3556806

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Q (9/01, p.108) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...[This] has much of the bittersweet, plangent emotional directness of Downe's marvelous former band The Verlaines..."Magnet (12-1/02, p.83) - "...The most deserving heir to the long-vacant throne occupied by John Cale in the mid-70s....easily one of the best albums of the year."Mojo (Publisher) (11/01, p.114) - "...It rivals Downes' best work. His classical training has resulted in a singular songwriting style, where baroque melodies ride on startling chord changes....Rock on, Prof!"0.3556806

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Q (Magazine) (p.107) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his is like an updated version of Astrud Gilberto's easy-listening bossa nova, all soft Latin shuffles and dreamy vocals, Laura harmonizing elegantly over Alfred's off-centre drumbreaks..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.107) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[R]ooted in bossa nova beauty....Alfred's occasional, doleful vocal is John Cale to Laura's Nico: with strings looped into an hypnotic lull, 'Siren Song' updates Nico's CHELSEA GIRL sound."Clash (magazine) (p.111) - "Never have songs surrounding the subject of love and romance been so utterly thrilling and delightful as this....'Sibilance' is simply sublime, but yet so is the rest of this enchanting journey of unimaginable brilliance."0.3112205

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"...Mr. Niami has a good eye for the residents of the city's underbelly....Peter Stormare is particularly strong..." New York Times "...[The film has] an endearing sensibility, good-humored and surprisingly tender....A lot that happens is funny and sometimes also touching..." Los Angeles Times0.3075669

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Spin (5/01, p.109) - Ranked #9 in Spin's "50 Most Essential Punk Records" - "...Clattering, chaotic, shrill, funny, and furious, it's the sound of 4 women inthrall to their own premenstrual vision..."Q (Magazine) (p.133) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]heir energised art-folk songs, such as 'You're A Million,' or the newly added, snotty 'Fairytale In The Supermarket,' have an itchy quality that continues to intrigue."Mojo (Publisher) (3/03, p.76) - Ranked #45 in Mojo's "Top 50 Punk Albums" - "...The Raincoats' debut was punk's DIY aesthetic writ large..."NME (Magazine) (10/23/93, p.37) - (9) - "...finds [The Raincoats] at their sparkiest..."Clash (magazine) - "Their warped, deadpan cover of 'Lola' by The Kinks is deliciously subverted....Magnificently timeless -- to be unearthed and taken delight in."Record Collector (magazine) (p.90) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[S]tandout tracks such as 'The Void' and 'In Love' portray a Velvets-heavy heart, the latter's violin straight out of John Cale's finest box of scratchy tricks..."0.2667604

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Entertainment Weekly (2/19/93, p.63) - "...for the past 12 years they've ripped pop apart by using stuff like a shopping cart, cable cords, and burning oil to create beat, texture, and--dare I say--melody..."- Rating: A-Alternative Press (4/93, p.59) - "...[Einsturzende] Neubauten's most soulful creation to date...this band has arrived at every bit of musical tendency it possesses through a series of serious sonic experiments...on a par with Laurie Anderson, Tom Waits, and John Cale, as this album demonstrates..."The Wire (4/00, p.44) - "...A highly personal fusion of myths, metaphors and cosmologies....a perfect mesh of word, sound and feeling...eliciting an immediate emotional understanding, no matter how obtuse their concept..."Option (5-6/93, p.100) - "...Herr Bargeld and crew can still stay a step ahead of the pack and put out interesting records. Their delicately woven songs [on TABULA RASA] cover a lot of headroom....Einsturzende Neubauten have smartly backed away from a policy of power through excess..."NME (Magazine) (12/25/93, p.67) - Ranked #47 in New Musical Express' list of `The Top 50 LPs Of 1993' - "...For their most adventurous, thought-provoking and yet strangely accessible LP yet, Einsturzende Neubauten took an archeologist's approach to sound and showed that life existed outside the sanitized mainstream...."0.2667604

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Entertainment Weekly (2/19/93, p.63) - "...for the past 12 years they've ripped pop apart by using stuff like a shopping cart, cable cords, and burning oil to create beat, texture, and--dare I say--melody..."- Rating: A-Alternative Press (4/93, p.59) - "...[Einsturzende] Neubauten's most soulful creation to date...this band has arrived at every bit of musical tendency it possesses through a series of serious sonic experiments...on a par with Laurie Anderson, Tom Waits, and John Cale, as this album demonstrates..."The Wire (4/00, p.44) - "...A highly personal fusion of myths, metaphors and cosmologies....a perfect mesh of word, sound and feeling...eliciting an immediate emotional understanding, no matter how obtuse their concept..."Option (5-6/93, p.100) - "...Herr Bargeld and crew can still stay a step ahead of the pack and put out interesting records. Their delicately woven songs [on TABULA RASA] cover a lot of headroom....Einsturzende Neubauten have smartly backed away from a policy of power through excess..."NME (Magazine) (12/25/93, p.67) - Ranked #47 in New Musical Express' list of `The Top 50 LPs Of 1993' - "...For their most adventurous, thought-provoking and yet strangely accessible LP yet, Einsturzende Neubauten took an archeologist's approach to sound and showed that life existed outside the sanitized mainstream...."0.2667604

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"[T]hrilling: rare performance footage, solid reportage about how the band crafted its chillingly lovely music, [and] incisive interviews..." Entertainment Weekly0.2460535

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Mojo (Publisher) (p.98) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Classically-trained Cale was always more than a rock'n'roll fader-pusher...his range evinced by everything from late-'70s dancefloor baubles to mid-'90s orchestral pop ballads..."Uncut (magazine) (p.98) - "The Velvet Underground's 'Venus In Furs' is fabulous theatre, while Eno/Cale's beautiful 'Spinning Away' marries Eno's dreamy melodies with off-kilter rhythms."0.2460535

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Entertainment Weekly (No. 834, p.145) - "...[S]mooth harmonies and thoughtful arrangements..." - Grade: B+Q (3/95, p.96) - 3 Stars - Good - "...[Richard] Davies' obvious appreciation of mid-period Beatles and Beach Boys is reborn in these settings, although there is only occasional use of baroque colour to complement the semi-unplugged bandplay and dreamboat harmonies..."Uncut (p.128) - 4 stars out of 5 - "[With] Davies' unusual songs and Matthews' baroque arrangements...Only Plush have since realised such grandeur on a low budget."Alternative Press (1/95, p.55) - "...To say Cardinal is `just' Bowie-rehash is saying a lot; but it's not quite true....[Cardinal's Richard Davies] makes his own inroads into a different way of thinking about songs--as private, consumed understatements that seem to exist on a faraway planet..."Magnet (p.69) - "[C]redit the 30-minute album with advancing the symphonic-pop movement of the mid-'90s that included Belle and Sebastian and Rufus Wainwright."Melody Maker (5/11/96, p.48) - Recommended - "...Don't be put off by the connotations of The Singer-Songwriter Syndrome: CARDINAL sounds wonderful. Not just good or even great but literally "full of wonder"; all enrapturing whispers and space and slightly treated vocals....treacherously beautiful."Mojo (Publisher) (p.132) - "[T]he album emerged a masterpiece."NME (Magazine) (2/18/95, p.48) - 7 - Very Good - "...broken-hearted, barbed pop...master tunesmiths...songs are half-spoken, half-purred, in a clipped manner somewhere between John Cale and HUNKY DORY-era Bowie; harmonies are crammed tight and high; trumpets toot cheerfully when you don't expect them to; craggy guitars intrude when they shouldn't..."0.2223004

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"This 2004 in-concert recording offers a great deal more than one would reasonably expect from avant pop's favourite curmudgeon."Mojo0.1845401

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"WHITE HOUSE DOWN is a hoot and a half....Emmerich also has the great benefit of Tatum, an actor who is ideally cast..."Los Angeles Times "King is an actress who can show courage, loyalty and justifiable fear without ever getting maudlin, and her Emily is the true hero of WHITE HOUSE DOWN, unbelievably brave, though you still believe her."Chicago Sun-Times "With its well-choreographed mayhem, DOWN is an over-the top, Die Hard-style thriller that will make pulses race..."USA Today "WHITE HOUSE DOWN is an entertaining throwback to the action blockbusters of the 1990s....It is a lot of fun...Emmerich is a great widescreen showman who knows how to stage mayhem on a grand scale..."A.V. Club "[A] welcome throwback to an earlier, more generously entertaining era of summer blockbusters...grounded in an immensely appealing star turn by Channing Tatum..."Variety "[I]t remains preposterously entertaining....Cinematographer Anna J. Foerster gives the movie a slick sheen..."Hollywood Reporter "[Tatum] fosters a winning rapport with Foxx as they sneak about trying not to get blown up and shot."Total Film0.1845401

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"WHITE HOUSE DOWN is a hoot and a half....Emmerich also has the great benefit of Tatum, an actor who is ideally cast..."Los Angeles Times "King is an actress who can show courage, loyalty and justifiable fear without ever getting maudlin, and her Emily is the true hero of WHITE HOUSE DOWN, unbelievably brave, though you still believe her."Chicago Sun-Times "With its well-choreographed mayhem, DOWN is an over-the top, Die Hard-style thriller that will make pulses race..."USA Today "WHITE HOUSE DOWN is an entertaining throwback to the action blockbusters of the 1990s....It is a lot of fun...Emmerich is a great widescreen showman who knows how to stage mayhem on a grand scale..."A.V. Club "[A] welcome throwback to an earlier, more generously entertaining era of summer blockbusters...grounded in an immensely appealing star turn by Channing Tatum..."Variety "[I]t remains preposterously entertaining....Cinematographer Anna J. Foerster gives the movie a slick sheen..."Hollywood Reporter "[Tatum] fosters a winning rapport with Foxx as they sneak about trying not to get blown up and shot."Total Film0.1845401

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"WHITE HOUSE DOWN is a hoot and a half....Emmerich also has the great benefit of Tatum, an actor who is ideally cast..."Los Angeles Times "King is an actress who can show courage, loyalty and justifiable fear without ever getting maudlin, and her Emily is the true hero of WHITE HOUSE DOWN, unbelievably brave, though you still believe her."Chicago Sun-Times "With its well-choreographed mayhem, DOWN is an over-the top, Die Hard-style thriller that will make pulses race..."USA Today "WHITE HOUSE DOWN is an entertaining throwback to the action blockbusters of the 1990s....It is a lot of fun...Emmerich is a great widescreen showman who knows how to stage mayhem on a grand scale..."A.V. Club "[A] welcome throwback to an earlier, more generously entertaining era of summer blockbusters...grounded in an immensely appealing star turn by Channing Tatum..."Variety "[I]t remains preposterously entertaining....Cinematographer Anna J. Foerster gives the movie a slick sheen..."Hollywood Reporter "[Tatum] fosters a winning rapport with Foxx as they sneak about trying not to get blown up and shot."Total Film 3 stars out of 5 -- "[A] raucous throwback....The characters are hip and smart..."Empire0.1845401

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Rolling Stone (1/03/02, p.119) - Ranked #10 in Rolling Stone's "Top 10 2001".Rolling Stone (6/21/01, pp.74-5) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...Clear proof that the progressive-rock impulse survived the 20th century....full of computerized clicks and hums...and of instruments and voices so heavily filtered they sound alienated even from themselves....It's like ZZ Top kidnapped by Autechre..."Spin (1/02, p.76) - Ranked #2 in Spin's "Albums of the Year 2001".Spin (7/01, pp.123-4) - 7 out of 10 - "...Lullabies for the compressed present...abandoning verse-chorus-verse motion to let the tracks just roll out, like bolts of cloth..."Q (7/01, p.118) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Similarly shy, textural and embroidered by electronica, but where it differs vitally from KID A is in being 1) better balanced, 2) more emotionally intelligible and 3) even more grimly beautiful..."Alternative Press (2/02, p.64) - Ranked #1 in AP's "25 Best Albums of 2001".Alternative Press (7/01, p.79) - 9 out of 10 - "...Quintessentially Radiohead, full of existential rock songs powered by Yorke's delicate, aching, soaring vocals..."Magnet (12-1/02, p.57) - Included in Magnet's "20 Best Albums of 2001".The Wire (1/02, p.40) - Ranked #18 in Wire's "50 Records of the Year 2001".The Wire (6/01, p.52) - "...It works for as long as you can keep other - weighted, braver, graver - examples or exemplars out of your mind, The moment you summon Jeff Buckley or John Cale, PiL or Can, Talk Talk or David Sylvian, the spell is broken..."CMJ (6/4/01, p.5) - "...Another adventuresome, aloof, non-rock joint that's more an album of concepts than a concept album..."Vibe (8/01, p.160) - 4 discs out of 5 - "...Populated with skittish techno beats, water-damaged samples and the kind of vocal mastery you would hear from a wounded donkey....If genuises are slightly mad, then Radiohead is stark, raving bonkers..."Mojo (Publisher) (1/02, p.69) - Ranked #10 in Mojo's "Best [40] Albums of 2001".Mojo (Publisher) (7/01, p.104) - "...Deliriously provocative....as splendidly other and awkward as its sister album [KID A]..."NME (Magazine) (12/29/01, p.59) - Ranked #25 in NME's 50 "Albums Of the Year 2001".NME (Magazine) (6/2/01, p.37) - 8 out of 10 - "...It complements KID A beautifully....the jazz spasms and electronic pulsings, the chill blood, and most of all, the chronic hypersensitivity to the world outside..."Pitchfork (Website) - "[I]t's an emotionally resonant and often very warm record."0.1778403

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Rolling Stone (1/03/02, p.119) - Ranked #10 in Rolling Stone's "Top 10 2001".Rolling Stone (6/21/01, pp.74-5) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...Clear proof that the progressive-rock impulse survived the 20th century....full of computerized clicks and hums...and of instruments and voices so heavily filtered they sound alienated even from themselves....It's like ZZ Top kidnapped by Autechre..."Spin (1/02, p.76) - Ranked #2 in Spin's "Albums of the Year 2001".Spin (7/01, pp.123-4) - 7 out of 10 - "...Lullabies for the compressed present...abandoning verse-chorus-verse motion to let the tracks just roll out, like bolts of cloth..."Q (7/01, p.118) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Similarly shy, textural and embroidered by electronica, but where it differs vitally from KID A is in being 1) better balanced, 2) more emotionally intelligible and 3) even more grimly beautiful..."Alternative Press (2/02, p.64) - Ranked #1 in AP's "25 Best Albums of 2001".Alternative Press (7/01, p.79) - 9 out of 10 - "...Quintessentially Radiohead, full of existential rock songs powered by Yorke's delicate, aching, soaring vocals..."Magnet (12-1/02, p.57) - Included in Magnet's "20 Best Albums of 2001".The Wire (1/02, p.40) - Ranked #18 in Wire's "50 Records of the Year 2001".The Wire (6/01, p.52) - "...It works for as long as you can keep other - weighted, braver, graver - examples or exemplars out of your mind, The moment you summon Jeff Buckley or John Cale, PiL or Can, Talk Talk or David Sylvian, the spell is broken..."CMJ (6/4/01, p.5) - "...Another adventuresome, aloof, non-rock joint that's more an album of concepts than a concept album..."Vibe (8/01, p.160) - 4 discs out of 5 - "...Populated with skittish techno beats, water-damaged samples and the kind of vocal mastery you would hear from a wounded donkey....If genuises are slightly mad, then Radiohead is stark, raving bonkers..."Mojo (Publisher) (1/02, p.69) - Ranked #10 in Mojo's "Best [40] Albums of 2001".Mojo (Publisher) (7/01, p.104) - "...Deliriously provocative....as splendidly other and awkward as its sister album [KID A]..."NME (Magazine) (12/29/01, p.59) - Ranked #25 in NME's 50 "Albums Of the Year 2001".NME (Magazine) (6/2/01, p.37) - 8 out of 10 - "...It complements KID A beautifully....the jazz spasms and electronic pulsings, the chill blood, and most of all, the chronic hypersensitivity to the world outside..."Pitchfork (Website) - "[I]t's an emotionally resonant and often very warm record."0.1778403

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Rolling Stone (1/03/02, p.119) - Ranked #10 in Rolling Stone's "Top 10 2001".Rolling Stone (6/21/01, pp.74-5) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...Clear proof that the progressive-rock impulse survived the 20th century....full of computerized clicks and hums...and of instruments and voices so heavily filtered they sound alienated even from themselves....It's like ZZ Top kidnapped by Autechre..."Spin (1/02, p.76) - Ranked #2 in Spin's "Albums of the Year 2001".Spin (7/01, pp.123-4) - 7 out of 10 - "...Lullabies for the compressed present...abandoning verse-chorus-verse motion to let the tracks just roll out, like bolts of cloth..."Q (7/01, p.118) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Similarly shy, textural and embroidered by electronica, but where it differs vitally from KID A is in being 1) better balanced, 2) more emotionally intelligible and 3) even more grimly beautiful..."Alternative Press (2/02, p.64) - Ranked #1 in AP's "25 Best Albums of 2001".Alternative Press (7/01, p.79) - 9 out of 10 - "...Quintessentially Radiohead, full of existential rock songs powered by Yorke's delicate, aching, soaring vocals..."Magnet (12-1/02, p.57) - Included in Magnet's "20 Best Albums of 2001".The Wire (1/02, p.40) - Ranked #18 in Wire's "50 Records of the Year 2001".The Wire (6/01, p.52) - "...It works for as long as you can keep other - weighted, braver, graver - examples or exemplars out of your mind, The moment you summon Jeff Buckley or John Cale, PiL or Can, Talk Talk or David Sylvian, the spell is broken..."CMJ (6/4/01, p.5) - "...Another adventuresome, aloof, non-rock joint that's more an album of concepts than a concept album..."Vibe (8/01, p.160) - 4 discs out of 5 - "...Populated with skittish techno beats, water-damaged samples and the kind of vocal mastery you would hear from a wounded donkey....If genuises are slightly mad, then Radiohead is stark, raving bonkers..."Mojo (Publisher) (1/02, p.69) - Ranked #10 in Mojo's "Best [40] Albums of 2001".Mojo (Publisher) (7/01, p.104) - "...Deliriously provocative....as splendidly other and awkward as its sister album [KID A]..."NME (Magazine) (12/29/01, p.59) - Ranked #25 in NME's 50 "Albums Of the Year 2001".NME (Magazine) (6/2/01, p.37) - 8 out of 10 - "...It complements KID A beautifully....the jazz spasms and electronic pulsings, the chill blood, and most of all, the chronic hypersensitivity to the world outside..."Pitchfork (Website) - "[I]t's an emotionally resonant and often very warm record."0.1778403

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Rolling Stone (1/03/02, p.119) - Ranked #10 in Rolling Stone's "Top 10 2001".Rolling Stone (6/21/01, pp.74-5) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...Clear proof that the progressive-rock impulse survived the 20th century....full of computerized clicks and hums...and of instruments and voices so heavily filtered they sound alienated even from themselves....It's like ZZ Top kidnapped by Autechre..."Spin (1/02, p.76) - Ranked #2 in Spin's "Albums of the Year 2001".Spin (7/01, pp.123-4) - 7 out of 10 - "...Lullabies for the compressed present...abandoning verse-chorus-verse motion to let the tracks just roll out, like bolts of cloth..."Q (7/01, p.118) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Similarly shy, textural and embroidered by electronica, but where it differs vitally from KID A is in being 1) better balanced, 2) more emotionally intelligible and 3) even more grimly beautiful..."Alternative Press (2/02, p.64) - Ranked #1 in AP's "25 Best Albums of 2001".Alternative Press (7/01, p.79) - 9 out of 10 - "...Quintessentially Radiohead, full of existential rock songs powered by Yorke's delicate, aching, soaring vocals..."Magnet (12-1/02, p.57) - Included in Magnet's "20 Best Albums of 2001".The Wire (1/02, p.40) - Ranked #18 in Wire's "50 Records of the Year 2001".The Wire (6/01, p.52) - "...It works for as long as you can keep other - weighted, braver, graver - examples or exemplars out of your mind, The moment you summon Jeff Buckley or John Cale, PiL or Can, Talk Talk or David Sylvian, the spell is broken..."CMJ (6/4/01, p.5) - "...Another adventuresome, aloof, non-rock joint that's more an album of concepts than a concept album..."Vibe (8/01, p.160) - 4 discs out of 5 - "...Populated with skittish techno beats, water-damaged samples and the kind of vocal mastery you would hear from a wounded donkey....If genuises are slightly mad, then Radiohead is stark, raving bonkers..."Mojo (Publisher) (1/02, p.69) - Ranked #10 in Mojo's "Best [40] Albums of 2001".Mojo (Publisher) (7/01, p.104) - "...Deliriously provocative....as splendidly other and awkward as its sister album [KID A]..."NME (Magazine) (12/29/01, p.59) - Ranked #25 in NME's 50 "Albums Of the Year 2001".NME (Magazine) (6/2/01, p.37) - 8 out of 10 - "...It complements KID A beautifully....the jazz spasms and electronic pulsings, the chill blood, and most of all, the chronic hypersensitivity to the world outside..."Pitchfork (Website) - "[I]t's an emotionally resonant and often very warm record."0.1778403

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"[I]t does manage some moments of easy charm and boasts some decent performances. Some of the best scenes are built around the credible exchanges between Fanning and Kurt Russell as the girl's father."Sight and Sound "Fanning and Russell make this watchable family entertainment..."USA Today6.233092

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