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|4.0 excellent||ajcollins15 | April 21st 21|
There is something so fulfilling to listen to country music that heavily lives in making fun of all thing?s country. Not to say that this is intrinsically making fun of country, but there is something so against the norm of this gothic country record that it really brings me a smile. From the opening raw recording on ?Small Stone? to the cabaret-style instrumental on ?Quiet as a Rat? there is something really simple yet complex about this record. Although the record is quite sure it sure does pack a punch with different styles and ideas all throughout the ten songs on the record. Wish some of the weaker tracks: ?Better Ways to Fry a Fish? and the closer, had some more to them or just left off the record, but still the lyrical potency of this record and the instrumentals pallet on it are something to listen to. Feels very much like a Father John Misty project but more controlled.
|3.5 great||AaroN911 | April 21st 21|
Another solid release from Amigo, unlike the previous release this album goes back to the more murderfolk sound giving fans of old what they were wanting from Everything is Fine.
|3.5 great||Mathias CONTRIBUTOR | April 16th 21|
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