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"Maturity" is no excuse for a viola or a cello.
Anyway this is the first Superchunk CD I've bought, so I can't get into the whole "old vs. new" debate - all I can say is that the songs on this CD are awesome.
This album just doesn't have a lot of energy, and that's something Superchunk used to have in spades.
I don't know why Superchunk has decided that its songs need to be slathered with keyboards. And Mac has decided that he likes crooning when his excited yelp is a whole lot more... Read morePublished on December 2, 2005 by John M. Abbott
Do I also hear some keyboard on some songs? Except for PERE UBU, SCREAMERS and I REFUSE IT! (Italy, early 80's), I can barely stand any keyboard in any rock. Read morePublished on November 13, 2005 by Chris bct
I loved Superchunk back in the day. Saw them live in the mid-90s and they were amazing. But after "Foolish" the energy just seemed to leak out of them until they've come to this. Read morePublished on September 29, 2005 by peetawonkus
I had the pleasure of seeing Superchunk live recently, and they were AMAZING. Do yourself a favor and go see this band!!! Read morePublished on July 23, 2002 by googleit
Superchunk are one of those terribly important early-nineties indie bands that I never quite got around to. No less an authority than Amazon. Read morePublished on November 24, 2001 by KRossHoff@aol.com
Superchunk has improved on its last effort, but then it would be hard not to. A few tracks have pleasant little melodies - the kind that become irritating after several listens. Read morePublished on November 23, 2001 by 2shoes
Should this be anyone's FIRST Superchunk album? Oh, no. Just as I would the Replacements, I'd point to a noisier cut of 'Chunk, probably 1994's "Foolish," and let the... Read morePublished on November 4, 2001 by Charles A Galupi
This album is extraordinary- a delicious blend of profound power pop peppered with poetic punk tendencies... Read morePublished on November 3, 2001