Menomena Friend And Foe
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Spare
January 4th 2009


5313 Comments


Listened to stream on website. Was siq.

SeaAnemone
January 25th 2010


20534 Comments


Wet and Rusting is such a great song.

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plane
Staff Reviewer
February 19th 2010


6094 Comments


So this rocks harder than the usual

Yotimi
July 24th 2010


6523 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

how am i just now hearing about this band? This is great stuff

DaveyBoy
Staff Reviewer
September 12th 2010


20857 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Menomena follow up their strangely fun & accessible - yet creative, moody & unconventional - debut LP 'I Am the Fun Blame Monster!' with a great release in 'Friend and Foe'. Unsurprisingly, the trio look to mature 2nd time around; improving their vocals, lyrics & composition, if sacrificing some of the beautiful piano melodies that highlighted their debut. It means this album is not as energetic & lacks some wow factor, but shines in its attention to detail & ability to control such a diverse range of instruments & musical styles. So while this may be a little step down in overall quality, it is a growth which bodes well for the future of this talented trio. Recommended Tracks: Boyscout'n, Rotten Hell, The Pelican & Wet and Rusting.

thebhoy
Emeritus
February 13th 2011


4461 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

The organ in Muscle n' Flo is just... YES

Lakes.
July 22nd 2012


28401 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

best band ever (other than rush)

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Gyromania
January 28th 2013


15941 Comments


this is sooooooo good

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Lakes.
January 28th 2013


28401 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

yessssssss

Funeralopolis
August 12th 2014


11567 Comments


band rules

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