magic-marker-13,What Goes Up Must Calm Down, Monsters of Folk [Digipak]
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Rolling Stone (p.65) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "James', Oberst's and Ward's voices meld beautifully in a variety of styles..."Spin (p.84) - "Oberst, Ward, and James trade lead vocals on a few tunes and weave haunting harmonies throughout, but it's not difficult to discern who the lead actor is on each cut."Entertainment Weekly (p.59) - "James is the goofball genius here, dishing out hilarious nonsense..." -- Grade: BAlternative Press (p.106) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The most interesting songs show off how surprisingly well Oberst's unrefined warble melds with James' liquid-smooth falsetto..."CMJ - "[T]he music on their self-titled debut is powerful and consistent, highlighting everything we love about the four individuals in a fresh, new package."Billboard (p.36) - "When viewed less as a hipster supergroup and more of an old-fashioned song swap, Monsters of Folk live up to their hype and then some."Q (Magazine) (p.109) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he barroom rollicking of 'Say Please' and 'Losin Yo Head' evoke a real sense of all-for-one rock romance."Clash (magazine) - "Full of emotion and fresh ideas, they deliver some neat country-folk tracks....Throughout, the cascading guitars and careful production all work really well..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.92) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "MONSTERS OF FOLK seems to have encouraged a raising of the group's collective game."0.1655229

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