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|4.0 excellent||Omnipanzer... | May 29th 13|
I love this, it's not mainstream but it isn't so crazy as to be ridiculous. The music is all masterfully presented, the recording is top notch and the vocals are unique but melodic.
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|3.5 great||Guilherme Boldrin | May 28th 13|
Popier and less freak but still great. I miss a little the poison of songs such as Smokey Taboo. Great production, clear details in every song, nice beats and soft odd hip-hop songs. I prefer Grey Oceans but this still rocks.
|3.5 great||Anthracks | May 21st 13|
More demented lullabies from the by-now infamous CocoRosie. The sisters hammer heavy on the New Age influences here, attempting to create highly atmospheric songs with a pretty fair success rate. Sierra is highly underutilized on the album, though, especially given how naturally ethereal her voice is; when she pops up her voice is usually auto-tuned.rCocoRosie seem to be keeping with the tradition of an every-other-album success rate, and don't quite match the heights of Noah's Ark or Grey Oceans.
|3.0 good||CWBrown | September 14th 14|
|4.0 excellent||Rail | June 29th 13|
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