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Athom
Staff Reviewer
April 12th 2011


17222 Comments


agree wholeheartedly with this review. i loved Cookie Mountain and Dear Science.

Uranium
April 12th 2011


7230 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

thur a leak upp n hurr

Gyromania
April 12th 2011


15941 Comments


Maybe this will eventually click with me if I force it, but for now, this is pretty much the most underwhelming album I've heard all year.

Digging: Lantlos - .neon

rotterdog
April 13th 2011


488 Comments


Ooh, Repetition is indeed sweet.

Uranium
April 13th 2011


7230 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

havent even heard this yet cause of god damn rhapsody!
DAMNIT


but Will Do rocks the shit out of me...

IsItLuck?
Emeritus
April 13th 2011


4927 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I love this album

freedomofspeechnoway
April 13th 2011


415 Comments


Hah I love how it only gets a 3.5 and is considered "Best New Music". Nevermind that sputnik is notorious for sweating this band.


Dear Science was awesome, but repetitive at times.

kingsoby1
Emeritus
April 13th 2011


4950 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

3.5 is a solid record

TheGreatFedora
April 13th 2011


117 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Probably their worst album so far, but still pretty damn fine.

conradtao
Emeritus
April 13th 2011


2090 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off

When will you guys realize that the best new music system is done just by staff ratings and mathematic averages, not the product of some sort of roundtable discussion?

robin
Emeritus
April 13th 2011


4249 Comments


youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

cbmartinez
April 13th 2011


2525 Comments


I think there are some similarities in the way I feel about this and the King of Limbs. Both records expand upon the musical direction of their predecessor, and while they are missing the drastic musical reinvention and ambition of both band's previous work, they are still solid records.

Voytek
April 14th 2011


139 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

holy shit what an improvement from their last album. I cant wait to buy it

Uranium
April 14th 2011


7230 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

anytime will do my loooouuuhhhooove

telebyrd
April 14th 2011


869 Comments


That "newspaper Man" song off of Dear Science absolutely made my skin crawl. And it's keeping me from
listening to this.

Voytek
April 15th 2011


139 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

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mothercountry
April 15th 2011


447 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This is groovy on first listen.

6Doopey6McCallister6
April 20th 2011


50 Comments


Repetition is the only cool song the rest is lazy drazzle dazzle booty,
disappointment.

rebel86
May 14th 2011


132 Comments


The only people calling this album "boring" are the CHILDREN. This is an adult album made by adults for adults. If you aren't mature enough to appreciate solid songwriting, i feel sorry for you.

Dear Science is overrated.

They did experimentation on all of their previous records, and even this one is still a long-shot from "conventional"

There is nothing "missing"... the album is damn-near perfect. Listen again.


G3N3R1C
May 27th 2011


1945 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Bumped up to 4.5. Still loving this.



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