Tuesday, July 8, 2008

New Hotness

Bounces between legendary and mediocre from track to track, mostly because of the beats. Could've been a blistering 10-12 track album, but gets real diluted towards the end. That being said, its easily his best album since God's Son.


Seems to take cues from "In Rainbows" with the stripped-down feel and abbreviated tracklist. Dangermouse brings an interesting psychedelic edge to his sound, with the end result being somewhere between "Sea Change" and "Guero". Very good, and too short.

B - MG

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