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All I know is I will digging up those older releases and will buy the next album without reservation.
With songs ranging from crunchy indie guitar melodies to simple drum machine beats, Kill the Moonlight is as simple as it is complex.
And while this may sound like the standard critical hyperbole, I dare you to listen and "Tell me I'm wrong!"
One of the best cds from an amazing under rated band. Definitely worth checking out even if you haven't heard these guys before, a great place to get into Spoon.Published 23 months ago by Philip
"Jonathon Fisk speaks with his fists, can't let me walk home on my own. It's such a long way home. It's how the story goes and it's like Atom Bombs and blunt razors. Read morePublished on August 24, 2009 by M. Swinney
Man, I can't stop listening to this disc- It's so darn catchy! Do yourself a favor and get it already.Published on October 29, 2008 by P. Fidlin
The Texas foursome's winning streak continued with this year-after follow up to the widely praised Girls Can Tell. Read more
I've never heard anything quite like Kill the Moonlight. With the piano inclusion, particularly on Someone Something, it's reminiscent of Ben Fold. Read morePublished on August 31, 2007 by Explore
I started listening to spoon with Gimme Fiction. After enjoying that, I decided to go back in time and get Kill the Moonlight. Read morePublished on April 1, 2007 by Weston Thompson
Spoon's Kill the Moonlight has to be one of the best rock 'n' rhythm CDs around. Minimalists, like the White Stripes, these guys put all of their instrumental talent into creating... Read morePublished on November 3, 2006 by B. J. Gulker
Well, this is just another example of Spoon's stripped-downed rock. Because they do not confine their rock into neat and tidyness, they can often create some quality music with... Read morePublished on September 1, 2006 by W. Witten
This fine band does wonders with the small stuff, light piano strokes and mad guitar riffs abound, Jonathan Fisk is their greatest song, period. Read morePublished on April 10, 2006 by B. Rosenthal