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Rolling Stone (p.71) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[F]ull of heavy business: life's meaning, beauty, brutality and brevity....It's his best album since 1990's THE RHYTHM OF THE SAINTS, and it also sums up much of what makes Simon great."Rolling Stone (p.68) - Ranked #3 in Rolling Stone's '50 Best Albums Of 2011' -- "[Simon's] best album in more than 20 years..."Entertainment Weekly (p.86) - "[T]he GRACELAND-ic guitar figures still emphasize rhythm above all....Spirited spirituality is his goal these days.' -- Grade: B+Billboard (p.32) - "The album's songwriting and sound are deceptively complex, gradually revealing their intricacy with each listen. It's natural and earthy, with acoustic instrumentation and percussion to the fore."Uncut (magazine) (p.32) - Ranked #29 in Uncut's '50 Best Albums Of 2011' -- "[A]n impeccably crafted, erudite and rueful collection of songs that tackled spirituality with both sureness and lightness of touch."14.3052

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Rolling Stone (p.71) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[F]ull of heavy business: life's meaning, beauty, brutality and brevity....It's his best album since 1990's THE RHYTHM OF THE SAINTS, and it also sums up much of what makes Simon great."Rolling Stone (p.68) - Ranked #3 in Rolling Stone's '50 Best Albums Of 2011' -- "[Simon's] best album in more than 20 years..."Entertainment Weekly (p.86) - "[T]he GRACELAND-ic guitar figures still emphasize rhythm above all....Spirited spirituality is his goal these days.' -- Grade: B+Billboard (p.32) - "The album's songwriting and sound are deceptively complex, gradually revealing their intricacy with each listen. It's natural and earthy, with acoustic instrumentation and percussion to the fore."Uncut (magazine) (p.32) - Ranked #29 in Uncut's '50 Best Albums Of 2011' -- "[A]n impeccably crafted, erudite and rueful collection of songs that tackled spirituality with both sureness and lightness of touch."14.27168

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Rolling Stone (p.71) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[F]ull of heavy business: life's meaning, beauty, brutality and brevity....It's his best album since 1990's THE RHYTHM OF THE SAINTS, and it also sums up much of what makes Simon great."Rolling Stone (p.68) - Ranked #3 in Rolling Stone's '50 Best Albums Of 2011' -- "[Simon's] best album in more than 20 years..."Entertainment Weekly (p.86) - "[T]he GRACELAND-ic guitar figures still emphasize rhythm above all....Spirited spirituality is his goal these days.' -- Grade: B+Billboard (p.32) - "The album's songwriting and sound are deceptively complex, gradually revealing their intricacy with each listen. It's natural and earthy, with acoustic instrumentation and percussion to the fore."Uncut (magazine) (p.32) - Ranked #29 in Uncut's '50 Best Albums Of 2011' -- "[A]n impeccably crafted, erudite and rueful collection of songs that tackled spirituality with both sureness and lightness of touch."8.97044

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Pitchfork (Website) - "Siriusmo loves to set scampering funk, meaty saw-wave synths, and hammy vocal samples against percussion so crisply pounding it edges into rock territory."0.3066359

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Record Collector (magazine) (p.90) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[H]ere are 14 examples of effortless quaking grooves incorporating mouth percussions, synths, fuzz guitar and a recorded vocal so up front in the mix it threatens to shred the eardrums."0.2299769

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The Wire (p.76) - "'Tribute To Studio One' updates The Heptones' 'Gonna Fight' aka 'Hail Don D' with a percussion workout so gymnastic that the tune re-emerges as a modern steppers."0.2299769

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Mojo (Publisher) (p.115) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A]ll blistering grooves drenched in subtle horn arrangements, wah wah, flute and pounding percussion."0.2276229

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Down Beat (9/97, p.54) - 3 1/2 stars (out of 5) - "...the tenor sounds as silky and sexy as ever....the record's gentle, colorful percussion arrangements are still superb..."0.2257856

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Down Beat (9/97, p.54) - 3 1/2 stars (out of 5) - "...the tenor sounds as silky and sexy as ever....the record's gentle, colorful percussion arrangements are still superb..."0.2166281

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Alternative Press (p.145) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his more-realized Hella still blast, bludgeon and splatter their way through the 11 tracks, but they do so with a cohesive and poppy bombast..."Kerrang (Magazine) (p.20) - "[They] craft the percussion-heavy, progressive, psychedelic-leaning rock masterpiece you knew they were capable of."0.1916474

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Q (Magazine) (p.110) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[E]xtraordinary....Stith's stunning, multitracked voice effortlessly creates vocal harmonies that almost define 'other-worldly'....Each song is an equally moving tour de force."Mojo (Publisher) (p.109) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Stith is a maximalist; he overdubs vocals, instruments and percussion, then plunks his Art Garfunkel-ish voice up high, so close you almost feel his breath."0.1916474

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JazzTimes (p.100) - "[With] odd time signatures and a small arsenal of percussion instruments....The group doesn't stray so far afield that it loses touch with blues tonalities or swing pulses..."Dirty Linen (p.78) - "[Garcia's] sympathetic playing complements nicely the interplay between de Grassi's acoustic guitar and Manring's slippery electric bass."0.1916474

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Rolling Stone (10/15/98, p.131) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...a likably earnest pile of heavenly jazz percussion, pogoable Green Day-like drum rolls and Nirvana-esque power chords; nods to rock royalty from Queen to Prince...and lyrics that...can be read as both sacred and secular..."0.1788114

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Magnet (p.55) - "[I]t's a strummy, breezy delight. Johnson's melodic falsetto is underpinned by jaunty acoustic guitars, shimmering electrics and rustic percussion."Uncut (magazine) (p.87) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Keynote track 'Tony The Tripper' sets the bar high, a mini symphony where psychedelia meets strutting, rustic rock'n'roll."0.160881

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Rolling Stone (5/13/99, p.66) - Included in Rolling Stone's "Essential Recordings of the 90's."Rolling Stone (9/17/98, p.96) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...most of TEATRO isjust Willie quietly breaking your heart with his easygoing intensity....in classic Big Willie style, he sounds as though he's reaching out for salvation with one hand and pressing the snooze button with the other."Entertainment Weekly (9/4/98, p.83) - "...For the first time in years, Willie sings and plays as if something depended on it. His Texas-rooted sound has always had a south-of-the-border tinge, which Lanois accentuates with TEATRO's bubbling percussion. Half the tunes are Nelson chestnuts, but so radically redone that they're virtually new songs..." - Rating: B+Uncut (p.145) - "Lanois' brilliant production reinvents songs...so completely it's like hearing them for the first time."0.1543391

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Alternative Press (11/99, pp.98-9) - 3 out of 5 - "...the individual elements provide the most intrigue....So choose your poison , as 5DV offer post-punk, math, emo and aggro - just be warned that there is no pop antidote."CMJ (5/17/99, p.27) - "...Killer post-hardcore-with the emphasis on "hard"-blasts from the speakers, crushing masses of hyperactive percussion and bass. While guitarist Erik Seaver probes with alternating mania and tenderness, the stupifying great rhythm section is the star of the show..."0.1533179

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Rolling Stone (8/21/03, p.73) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Producer Steve Albini serves up a stark, stately sound that's sometimes punctuated by hurricanes of strings and percussion. What gives the album life, though, is Nastasia's airy, intimate voice..."Uncut (6/03, p.128) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Spare, beautiful, outstanding..."CMJ (6/2/03, p.6) - "...Nastasia is the tender voice that coos across the same bumpy desert terrain that Tom Waits and Devendra Banhart amble over so noisily..."Mojo (Publisher) (7/03, p.101) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...These eight sparse songs each have a novel embedded deep within..."0.1533179

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Spin - "Arnalds' game is more ambience than transcendence -- so the four very brief detours into Explosions in the Sky-style post-rock seem all the more cinematic."Pitchfork (Website) - "It's melodic, sensitive, rhythmically subdued....A few tracks feature very prominent climaxes with laidback rock percussion, at which times the starry nocturnes flood with daylight."Clash (magazine) - "[A]n uplifting and richly orchestrated second album....Delicate string arrangements married with subtle synths highlight Arnalds' trademark piano sound..."Uncut (magazine) (p.81) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he frosted beauty of 'Kjurrt' is a particular highlight."0.1533179

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Spin - "Arnalds' game is more ambience than transcendence -- so the four very brief detours into Explosions in the Sky-style post-rock seem all the more cinematic."Pitchfork (Website) - "It's melodic, sensitive, rhythmically subdued....A few tracks feature very prominent climaxes with laidback rock percussion, at which times the starry nocturnes flood with daylight."Clash (magazine) - "[A]n uplifting and richly orchestrated second album....Delicate string arrangements married with subtle synths highlight Arnalds' trademark piano sound..."Uncut (magazine) (p.81) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he frosted beauty of 'Kjurrt' is a particular highlight."0.1533179

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Spin (12/96, p.147) - "...relies on cameos from Eric Clapton, Stevie Wonder and a reunited Shalamar. Plus Kenny G, which works in this upside-down, fascinating pop sphere..."Entertainment Weekly (11/1/96, p.68) - "...All the Babyface trademarks--the crisp, unobtrusive percussion, the silky guitars, the harmonies that blanket the melodies like a quilt--are laid out like a three-piece suit. But more so than any previous album he's made, THE DAY is chockful of luscious, gently persuasive songs..." - Rating: A-Vibe (3/01, p.192) - 3.5 discs out of 5 - "...Inthe hurly-burly of today's music scene, it's getting a lot easier to appreciate the charms of this quiet man..."0.1341532

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Spin (2/93, p.80) - "...startles as much as it pleases...what's most remarkable about Zap Mama is that its eclecticism rarely sounds forced; it's so organic that there's a natural beauty and grace that promotes cultural understanding without pandering or preaching..."Down Beat (6/93, p.45) - 4 Stars - Very Good - "...Except for a bit of percussion, virtually everything here is female voice, though that's no limitation for leader Marie Daulne and pals...`Abadou,' the disc's coolest, weirdest cut, has a hypnotic backdrop and Arabic lead..."Musician (4/93, p.88) - "...it's their stylistic range that most amazes, equally fluent in the idomatic ornamentation of Arabic laments, the chirping polyphony of Pygmy chants or the blues inflection of American R&B....An addictive debut..."0.1341532

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Rolling Stone (p.68) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "[ELEVATOR] contains some of the finest pure pop-rock songs of the year so far; it's a fourteen-track, thirty-seven-minute rush of pleasure..."Spin (pp.101-102) - "Bays fully understands that new-wave vocals are about percussion and repetition, and he sings his like a caffeinated cognitive scientist." - Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly (No. 814, p.62) - "[T]hey're still fixated on the [late 1970s and early '80s], but BREAKDOWN's suggestions of rainy-afternoon electro-pop are mostly gone, replaced by guitar-driven pogo-pop..." - Grade: BUncut (p.100) - 4 stars out of 5 - "ELEVATOR resonates more with every spin...'Ladies And Gentlemen' channels Blur and Joe Jackson to great effect."0.1341532

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Uncut (p.110) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "A SPACE OUTTA SOUND smoothes the edges between Jamaican sound-system bass, calypso rhythm, Middle Eastern melody and vintage soul."Magnet (p.108) - "The album's middle third is littered with so many slow-mo Jamaican breakbeat samples that it recalls, if anything, Smith & Mighty's pioneering early work: a funky reggae party that feels like time has stood still..."Vibe (p.157) - "[With] trip-hoppy effects, African percussion, reggae chips, tribal chants, and a whole lotta soul..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.103) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "As NoW, Evelyn specialises in low-tech, downbeat funk with a hinge of mystical introspection. It's spaced-out without being dopey..."0.1341532

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Alternative Press (10/00, p.108) - 4 out of 5 - "...[They] have an amazing sense of humor and desire take geek rock to the next level..."The Wire (10/00, p.76) - "...It's very well produced....featuring one or two solid rocking numbers and some nice abstraction..."CMJ (9/4/00, p.24) - "...Cosmic electronic soundscapes fused with '70s arena rock and early '80s new wave..."Mojo (Publisher) (11/00, p.96) - "...A grab-bag of a record, but one with a few outstanding moments nevertheless....as good as this band has ever done."NME (Magazine) (11/11/00, p.32) - 7 out of 10 - "...Their most accessible statement so far....burying themselves behind unremitting hammering percussion and occasionally leaping from the shadows with a scrap of melody or a mildly incongruous Ted Nugent style guitar solo..."0.1341532

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Spin (p.103) - "[A] lovely, eerie album that plays like a digital memory of a lo-fi lullaby that's so vivid you can virtually hear the eight-track batteries working." - Grade: A-Uncut (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 - "An engagingly direct, deliberately pretty collection of vocal originals played on acoustic guitar and embellished with synth and neatly restrained electronic percussion..."Magnet (p.106) - "Pajo may never reveal himself on record, but PAJO comes as close to capturing his mercurial talent and shifting identity as we're ever likely to hear."The Wire (p.68) - "[S]ome of these songs have a stark, haunting beauty that marks them out as perfectly realised compositions in their own right, sounding familiar but strangely timeless."Mojo (Publisher) (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 - "[With] electrified squibs and scratches...these warm songs feel both homely and cosmic."0.1341532

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Spin (p.88) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "This duo's third release showcases skittering electronics framed by grounded, dynamic percussion..."Q (p.119) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[B]ruising instrumental soundscapes....The pair are so full of ideas, there's scarcely a dull moment."The Wire (p.65) - "Hebden's multiple sampling uses a wide range of departure points, including 'Greensleeves', the song appropriated by John Coltrane, which gets a hauntingly fragmented interpretation here."CMJ (p.6) - "TONGUES finds the duo experimenting with clangy sounds and Reid's expressive drumming, like if Ornette Coleman re-imagined Kraftwerk."JazzTimes (p.97) - "[T]his set is a virtual Tomorrowland of sound....Hebden's sampler lines reverberate like crashing metal waves..."Global Rhythm (Publication) (p.44) - "Reid lays down beats while Hebden piles on bips, blaps, buzzes and beeps. The focus is on texture..."0.1341532

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Entertainment Weekly (8/16/02, p.72) - "...These sublimely fluid grooves have heart..." - Rating: B+Q (10/02, p.106) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...A smart mixed bag..."Vibe (p.74) - "[O]ne part MPC-crafted percussion, two-arts cascading Rhodes keyboards, heavy on the tremolo....Jeff still proves he has shelf life left..."XXL (Magazine) (p.133) - "Jeff reaffirms his affinity for subtle arrangements, sampled break beats and deft scratches."0.1299999

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Rolling Stone (9/4/03, p.140) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Wild-fire instrumental affairs set in fat, dirty jungles of looped percussion and sythn licks..."Uncut (11/03, p.108) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...His playing is as tasty as you would expect, and his unique guitar style provides a coherent thread that binds the diverse material together..."hMojo (Publisher) (10/03, p.122) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...13 tracks that are beat-driven, heavy and unrepentant..."0.1235245

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Alternative Press (p.97) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The result is near-perfection. The album is a rich, warm confection that finds the pair further embodying the soulful strain of Neil Young or Dylan at their `70s best."Uncut (magazine) (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he music is now awash with warm reverb, subtle harmonics, soulful percussion and, as on 'Life Away From The Garden', a full-on children's choir."0.1235245

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Rolling Stone (3/4/99, p.88) - 3 1/2 Stars (out of 5) - "...an insidiously seductive exercise in chill-out cool; the best tracks brush-up against you like a gentle breeze....quiet storms from quasi-samba beats, swelling strings, cascading melodies and his own whispered vocals...this album shimmers..."Q (5/99, p.112) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...languid and burned-out, with not much singing, it's another excellent if unnervingly diffident addition to the post-rock academy..."The Wire (4/99, pp.69-70) - "...bright, shimmering quality...derived from an infusion of jazz...Muzik (4/9, p.108) - 4 stars (out of 5) - "...understated triumph from America's avant-rock scene....flow into a world of mid-West ambience, elegiac acoustic pluckings and Beta-Band-on-ether fluffiness. Unusual name, strange greatness."CMJ (1/10/00, p.7) - Ranked #30 in CMJ's "Top 30 Editorial Picks [for 1999]."CMJ (2/15/99, p.5) - "...an evolutionary step for the multi-faceted musician....takes a more organic approach, employing delicate guitar interplay, resonant bass and minimal percussion..."0.1185449

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Entertainment Weekly (10/18/02, p.114) - "...The guitars crunch like thunderclaps, and the band's harmonies make the little neck hairs stand on end..." - Rating: B+Uncut (6/03, p.106) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...This is an album packed with glam rock drumming....Even the forlorn sentiments sound melodious and summery. Sheer unironic rock pleasure..."CMJ (9/23/02) - "...Gloriously unabashed power-pop and cheerfully upbeat indie rock, basking in harmony, wit and irresistible hooks..."Mojo (Publisher) (4/03, p.108) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...OK Go's songs are full of imaginative twists in which space is found for Hammond organ, tuned percussion, even accordion. Kulash's slice-of-lfie lyrics are also sharp and pithy..."0.117797

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Rolling Stone (p.57) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]here are tweaked Sixties AM-radio melodies and flashes of quiet soul....It's mostly a psychedelic, smarty-pants dance party..."Spin (p.72) - "Here, they explode with the force of a polyrhythmic fireworks display, celebrating the art of borrowed yet blissful noise."Alternative Press (p.94) - 4.5 stars out of 5 -- "'White Knuckles' is self-help advice delivered in a funky pop sheen that approximates Prince fronting the Flaming Lips with DFA majordomo James Murphy at the controls."Alternative Press (p.100) - Ranked #4 in Alternative Press's "10 Essential Albums of 2010" -- "[With] throbbing percussion, tight guitar solos and ridiculously passionate and honest lyrics..."Paste (magazine) (p.66) - "[A] courageous amalgam that gets your head bopping to resoundingly upbeat rhythms and surging bridges, as on the unstoppable 'All is Not Lost.'"0.117797

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Spin (p.95) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Adorned with gospel shouts, errant banjo licks, and a smattering of unusual percussion, these tunes could easily slot onto a Harry Smith Folkways anthology of field recordings..."Dirty Linen (p.93) - "Most of the songs were self-penned, but it's a testament to the band's vision that the few genuine old-timey cuts, such as 'Cluck Old Hen,' fit the spirit and mood so well."Mojo (Publisher) (p.109) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "'Getting High For Jesus' rewrites Dylan's 'Tombstone Blues' as exuberant rockabilly; 'For All This' and 'Indeed You Do' are vexed, spooked-sounding laments."Clash (magazine) (p.109) - "'Dirt Don't Hurt' takes the onus out of stuffy production and sticks the importance back into the magic of a song as 'My 45' conjures Parton-esque pride with first class harmonies....A contender for album of the year -- sensational!"Record Collector (magazine) (p.88) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]here's no denying she plays it with verve and buckets of attitude."0.1149884

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Spin (p.84) - "It's their most instantly accessible effort after BARK, with a dozen catchy tunes packed inside 47 easy, breezy minutes."Entertainment Weekly (p.58) - "Fans can breathe easy: The weirdness that so delights them isn't GOING anywhere just yet." -- Grade: A-Billboard (p.28) - "[T]he tracks come off in a surprisingly modern way -- much like I'M GOING AWAY as a whole."Q (Magazine) (p.107) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Opener 'I'm Going Away' is a rollicking jig of fuzzy riffs and rolling snares."Pitchfork (Website) - "[Matthew Friedberg's] melodic sensibility remains intact and boldened by streamlined arrangements emphasizing acoustic piano and the crisp, groovy percussion of drummer Robert D'Amico."Record Collector (magazine) (p.82) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "I'M GOING AWAY sees them temper their more eccentric tendencies. The Friedberger siblings' more perverse side is still there, bubbling away under the surface."0.1149884

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Q (8/94, p.100) - 3 Stars - Good - "...wonderful pipes...a rich and low timbre with a steady vibrato which approaches that Anita Baker effect..."0.1101416

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Rolling Stone (p.124) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "On their third album, the duo are as danceable as ever, but they've tiptoed away from straight musical pastiche, crudding up their blues boogie with low-fi fuzziness and odd-ball percussion."Spin (p.90) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "HEART ON vaults right over, taking flight on an updraft of woozy audacity and shuddering riffs."Alternative Press (p.146) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "The title rack and 'Prissy Prancin' flaunt some of EODM's best assets: Booty shakin' grooves topped with loud, grimy guitars."Magnet (p.106) - "Chugging riffs and falsetto vocals abound on these 12 tracks..."Q (Magazine) (p.113) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[The music] has evolved from knockabout, garage-y origins to this third album's more expansive, and potent, Peaches-meets-STICKY-FINGERS aesthetic."Clash (magazine) (p.85) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[They] wrangle an extensive posse to raise some hell again. HEART ON is decidedly less lo-fi than previous releases, but the boys don't travel far from their amphetamine-fueled, blues-based, hand-clapping signature sound."0.1098475

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Rolling Stone (p.57) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]here are tweaked Sixties AM-radio melodies and flashes of quiet soul....It's mostly a psychedelic, smarty-pants dance party..."Spin (p.72) - "Here, they explode with the force of a polyrhythmic fireworks display, celebrating the art of borrowed yet blissful noise."Alternative Press (p.94) - 4.5 stars out of 5 -- "'White Knuckles' is self-help advice delivered in a funky pop sheen that approximates Prince fronting the Flaming Lips with DFA majordomo James Murphy at the controls."Alternative Press (p.100) - Ranked #4 in Alternative Press's "10 Essential Albums of 2010" -- "[With] throbbing percussion, tight guitar solos and ridiculously passionate and honest lyrics..."Paste (magazine) (p.66) - "[A] courageous amalgam that gets your head bopping to resoundingly upbeat rhythms and surging bridges, as on the unstoppable 'All is Not Lost.'"0.108314

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Rolling Stone (3/4/99, p.88) - 3 1/2 Stars (out of 5) - "...an insidiously seductive exercise in chill-out cool; the best tracks brush-up against you like a gentle breeze....quiet storms from quasi-samba beats, swelling strings, cascading melodies and his own whispered vocals...this album shimmers..."Q (5/99, p.112) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...languid and burned-out, with not much singing, it's another excellent if unnervingly diffident addition to the post-rock academy..."The Wire (4/99, pp.69-70) - "...bright, shimmering quality...derived from an infusion of jazz...Muzik (4/9, p.108) - 4 stars (out of 5) - "...understated triumph from America's avant-rock scene....flow into a world of mid-West ambience, elegiac acoustic pluckings and Beta-Band-on-ether fluffiness. Unusual name, strange greatness."CMJ (1/10/00, p.7) - Ranked #30 in CMJ's "Top 30 Editorial Picks [for 1999]."CMJ (2/15/99, p.5) - "...an evolutionary step for the multi-faceted musician....takes a more organic approach, employing delicate guitar interplay, resonant bass and minimal percussion..."0.1055941

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