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|4.0 excellent||LePsych | November 24th 19|
I was cautious when I first heard about the record and the previews didn't sell me on the premise at all, but listening to it, it's unmistakably a No-Man record and keeps most of the band's trademarks intact. The long compositions end up working in the band's favor and the result is a grandiose synthpop symphony with small hints of disco sprinkled over it. Recommended for fans of No-Man's earlier albums, such as Flowermouth or Loveblows and Lovecries.
|3.5 great||Benjamin Kuettel STAFF | November 23rd 19|
A whole embrace of synthpop hinted at by "Permanating," Love You to Bits harnesses a high concept approach to psychedelic electronic music that sounds like an evolution of their early '90s releases, a gift to fans who love that that era, as the albums beginning with Wild Opera and culminating with the Schoolyard Ghosts project pursued new directions. For fans of new Tame Impala.
|3.5 great||Deadwing2112 | November 23rd 19|
Steven Wilson trolls his Permanating haters with a full blown disco No-Man record.
|2.5 average||Akifexx | December 20th 19|
|3.5 great||Djang0 | December 18th 19|
|4.5 superb||Rodstar | December 17th 19|
|3.5 great||Hyper | November 29th 19|
|3.0 good||OSEL | November 28th 19|
|4.0 excellent||Haelaeif | November 25th 19|
|4.0 excellent||Faraudo | November 23rd 19|
|4.0 excellent||zakalwe | November 22nd 19|
|2.0 poor||Marci | November 22nd 19|
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