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|4.5 superb||Colin Rinehart | June 9th 15|
Willfully weird in a wonderful way. You'll laugh, you'll dance, you'll wonder why the hell Calvin Johnson and Doug Martsch didn't get together sooner. Just try not to love "Don't Touch My Bikini". Go ahead, try.
|4.0 excellent||patrickfannon | May 13th 11|
A keystone in mid-ninties indie stoner/surf rock music. Released the same year as co-lead singer Doug Martsch's more popular band, Bulit To Spill's classic, "There's Nothing Wrong With Love, this record sounds quite different, yet undoubtedly is imbued with a bit of the aforementioned band's DNA. The dual vocals, although a bit wearisome at first, eventually grow on the listener and becoming inviting, funny, and interesting. If sparse Built To Spill with a bit of Bill Callahan/Smog vocals sounds appealing to you, this is the band for you. Oh, and don't touch my bikini!
|4.0 excellent||perlox | August 23rd 11|
|3.5 great||Lorax | March 8th 11|
|3.5 great||C.F. | December 20th 10|
|4.0 excellent||tom79 | August 12th 09|
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