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sonictheplumber
May 7th 2022


17533 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

be glad if you can use what you borrow

notkanyewest
May 7th 2022


333 Comments


Man, Doctor Wu is such a jam [2]

sonictheplumber
May 7th 2022


17533 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

daddy dont need no lock and key

Koris
Staff Reviewer
May 7th 2022


21181 Comments

Album Rating: 4.7

For the piece he stowed out on avenue D

Koris
Staff Reviewer
September 23rd 2023


21181 Comments

Album Rating: 4.7

This really does have some of the band's best deep cuts, goddamn

MetalMarcJK
September 23rd 2023


1026 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Bad Sneakers, Doctor Wu, and Any World... are fantastic! Top-shelf Steely Dan cuts right there!

pizzamachine
September 23rd 2023


27255 Comments


YAOoOoOoW check Koris’ YouTube channel, bitches

Koris
Staff Reviewer
September 23rd 2023


21181 Comments

Album Rating: 4.7

Thanks pizza, you're a major dude :]

Ryus
September 30th 2023


36960 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

black friday is one of their worst songs, such a sour note to start the album on but the rest is pretty great

Tyler.
September 30th 2023


19022 Comments


I like Black Friday lol

Ryus
September 30th 2023


36960 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

its not terrible but its like their most grating of their bluesy songs i think, which are already usually worse the jazzier tracks

Koris
Staff Reviewer
September 30th 2023


21181 Comments

Album Rating: 4.7

I do agree that their bluesy stuff is usually their worst. That's why Chain Lightning is easily my least favorite here

Thranth
April 4th 2024


1439 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

somehow skipped this in their discog

first two are real stinkers huh?

Thranth
April 4th 2024


1439 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

ha throw back the little ones is the best one here



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