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Okay I guess I'm a Lambchop fan and I loved the last album but this one has really blown me away. What I can't understand is how some other reviewers only give it 4 stars - as far as I'm concerned 'Nixon' is off the scale. Alright I know I'm gushing...this CD will make you want to call over all your neighbours and friends, and make them listen to this beautiful music - sure it won't actually solve world hunger but while it's playing it seems like everything is okay for once on this planet of ours. Let me be objective -yes it's less country more soulful and funky but ultimately it has all the classic 'chop ingredients..cool songs, fantastic arrangements, exquisite playing - and get this ..on this album the band have really raised their game in every department. It really is a flawless record. And whatever about your end of year lists, if this isn't good enough to get on the end of decade list then the next ten years will really be the golden age of rock. C'mon progeny!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Upfront bias... Lambchop is my favorite band and this is the band at the peak of it's powers. This is the seminal band with William Tyler doing amazing work. Read morePublished on February 25, 2014 by MT
The music of Lambchop from Nashville Tennessee provides an unique and appropriate atmosphere not only to the vocal lines of Kurt Wagner its main creative force, but to all of us... Read morePublished on December 7, 2009 by Deven Gadula
This brilliant disc blew my mind when i first heard it. Great atmospheric sounds and slow rock attitude. The best that Lambchop has done and a great intro to the band. Read morePublished on January 16, 2004 by E. E. Seiler III
This is possibly the worst CD I've ever heard -- and I own the piece of ... that Bruce Willis put out. Read morePublished on May 12, 2003
How to describe Lambchop? It isn't easy. On this album they kinda sound like a soul/country/indie/jazz band. Read morePublished on April 21, 2003 by J.M. Savory
This is one of those rare discs that puts me in touch with the natural passion I have for music in this lifetime. Read morePublished on April 18, 2002 by Arise Therefore
I really enjoyed this CD, until my boyfriend informed me it was NOT intended to be humorous.
Between the unimaginative melodies, senseless lyrics, the over-used glockenspiel... Read more