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Instrumental brilliance meets musical incompetence
The title track falls somewhere between an overfussy Your Twenties track and a Foals live session, recorded at gunpoint. As an instrumental album it’s vaguely impressive, but overall it’s incomplete and lacks the pop touch to transform things from cerebral to listenable.
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