Animal Collective Strawberry Jam
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pixiesfanyo
September 6th 2007


1223 Comments


Seriously fuck this band hard.

astrel
September 6th 2007


2614 Comments


The music video to peacebone is interesting to say the least. I like this band.

Catchthe22
September 7th 2007


95 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

this album i believe is a lot more accessible...and i think it is their best to date.

Fireworks, for reverend green, derek, chores, peacebone are all amazing.This Message Edited On 09.07.07

bananaoracle
September 8th 2007


28 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I gave this album a 4, not up to par with feels but still a excellent album.

Liebensaft
September 9th 2007


22 Comments


I really, really, really like this album. And pretty much everything else I've heard from this band. I'm going to see them in a few weeks.

This is, I think, on the same level as Person Pitch, which fucking rules.

IsItLuck?
Emeritus
September 9th 2007


4927 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

great stuff after one full listen. 2,4,6 are my favorites.

Broken Arrow
September 9th 2007


220 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Saw them tonight, fucking amazing.

From SJ they played Peacebone, Unsolved Mysteries, #1 and Fireworks.


I also got to meet Avey and Geologist after the show. Avey drew me a picture on a post it note, I feel so honoured. Really down to earth guys though.

corb
September 9th 2007


59 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Peacebone, For Reverend Green, and Derek are all superb tracks. There is maybe one song I didn't like on this album. Imho this is right up there with Feels.

CarloVonSexron
September 10th 2007


25 Comments


Excellent album from a great band.

IsItLuck?
Emeritus
September 10th 2007


4927 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

album keeps getting better with every listen.

plane
Staff Reviewer
September 11th 2007


6094 Comments


The version I have of this has 'Safer.' One of the better tracks, too. Sucks that they didn't put it on the actual album. It was a great closer.

Modest Mouse
September 12th 2007


36 Comments


I bought Here Comes The Indian (My First Animal Collective Cd) 2 weeks ago. I listen to it practically everyday.

What Cd should I buy next?

plane
Staff Reviewer
September 12th 2007


6094 Comments


Feels or Spirit They're Gone, Spirit They've Vanished. This is pretty ace as well.

samthebassman
September 12th 2007


2164 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

This is my first Animal Collective album and it's a bit... meh.

Neither here nor there for me...

astrel
September 13th 2007


2614 Comments


I would suggest getting Feels first. It is much more poppy and easy to get into. At least that is what I am assuming, not having listened to this album fully yet.

Neoteric
September 22nd 2007


3243 Comments


The last track has a great name.

descendents1
September 25th 2007


702 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

For Reverend Green gives me this really good feeling in my stomach. Weird.

This album is very inconsistent in terms of quality songs. There are really good songs and really bad songs.

My god the second half of the album is amazing.This Message Edited On 09.25.07

AtavanHalen
October 16th 2007


17927 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

First I've ever heard of this band- incredible stuff!

kalkal50
December 14th 2007


2386 Comments


Great review, I saw these guys perform #1 on Conan and I thought it was pretty interesting. Definitely going to look into this.

Rudd13
January 10th 2008


952 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I absolutely love this album. Peacebone and For Reverend Green are powerful, and at times, irresistible, beautiful songs. Fireworks and #1 are some 'intermissions' in the album that don't fail to trip you out every time.
This whole album is very well-rounded. It captures, if not perfectly, about all the different moods Animal Collective can dish out on one album.

Their best right next to Feels.



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