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|1. Kyberneticka Babicka Part 1|
|3. Eye Of The Volcano|
|4. Plastic Mile|
|5. 'Get A Shot Of The Refrigerator'|
|6. Visionary Road Maps|
|8. Whisper Pitch|
|9. Excursions Into 'Oh, A-Oh'|
|10. I Was A Sunny Rainphase|
|11. Window Weirdo|
|12. Kyberneticka Babicka Part 2|
They've been together for well over a decade and still manage to produce truly wonderful music.
I'm sorry to hear that some people did not find this album impressive, because I think it's the most amazing thing I've heard in a long time.
Long-time Stereolab fans seem to not like these last two newest albums as well as stuff from earlier in the career, but I like them better.
So, I bought this CD when it came out; however, I didn't really listen to it for two reasons:
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this is a good cd to buy if your a fan of stereo lab. it's a good representation of the band's sound. good listen all the way through.Published on October 27, 2007 by c.
Fab Four Suture is a "DEEP-Beautiful", poetic and diverse album, collecting a series of six 7" singles (very limited editions hard to find) from 2005 and 2006, is an AMAZING... Read morePublished on September 10, 2006 by Rafael Cova
I love every stereolab album that I have bought just about equally. Now granted I only own 4 albums so.... This one is no exception. Read morePublished on April 22, 2006 by J. Krayer
In my opinion, this is the best CD Stereolab has released recently. "Sound-Dust" had a few good tracks, and "Margarine..." was remarkably unremarkable. Read morePublished on March 27, 2006 by Pax
This is one of those Stereolab albums that makes me say... "eh."
Anyone who has devotedly listened to everything this band has churned out over the years probably knows... Read more
I've always found that the 'Lab's singles collections and EP's (Aluminum Tunes and First of the Microbe Hunters, for example) are usually somewhat inferior to the material they put... Read morePublished on March 17, 2006 by D. Alvarez
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I don't know if it is a question of introducing something new; I see Fab Four Suture as a continuation of what is uniquely Stereolab, and that's more than enough. There is no music out there that tickles my brain quite like the groop consistently does, and it's hard even coming up with a close... Read More
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