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So much better than their earlier material! Despite their evil content, they deserve a six star rating for finally making a full album effort! Thanx!Published 23 days ago by Samuel E Smith
This is one of the best and most listenable albums I have. It's a little on the different side, but if you know Modest Mouse then you understand that. On vinyl it's perfect.Published 4 months ago by Fun2Drum
I -Love- Modest Mouse. The record itself was flawless, and I enjoy listening to it often. 10/10Published 5 months ago by William C. Wallace
This 1 star review is not for the quality of the music, but for the quality of the record I received. The record is so warped that it will not play correctly in my record player. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mike
Sadly, the record I received skips during one song. Besides that though, great product. Great album.Published 6 months ago by Kyle
Great record but immediately started skipping across six different tracks really sad about not being able to enjoy this awesome vinylPublished 7 months ago by Ryan Patton
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that is good. I really liked moon and antartica, but the last one had some great tunes and some very skippable stuff. I don't mind them being sucessful-they are a creative band. Better them than so much of what is out there. I just don't want weird for weird sake.
Feb 19, 2007 by Russell Chamberlain | See all 21 posts
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I have it already too. Sounds more like "lonesome crowded west" and "building nothing" than the newest record which is a good thing in my opinion. I didn't recognize an obvious "anthem" on this record either which I also like. A little less mainstream I guess.... Read More
Feb 21, 2007 by Tate | See all 14 posts
Jun 10, 2009 by Alex Cox | See all 2 posts
Those are bold words, and I haven't listened to enough MM to refute them. MM would have to be pretty incredible to come close to what The Smiths achieved in FOUR years in the '80's. And there he wrote ALL the music, not helped, and controlled everything about the sound. As brilliant as Marr... Read More
May 29, 2008 by Joseph M. Romero | See all 8 posts
I've listened to both.
We were dead moved me more.
Aug 10, 2009 by Christie Macpherson | See all 5 posts
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