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The band's third album boasts more aggressive guitars and drums, speedier tempos and more prominent basslines.
Five early tracks pound with rhythmic intensity, demanding more than an earphoned head bop.
The band might be Brooklyn-based, but Craig Finn’s Minnesota roots dominate the band’s sixth album.
The first single, “Seasons (Waiting on You),” is wonderful on record, but to get the full effect, watch it on 'Letterman.'
The album's execution can't match its ambition.
It's a bit lacking compared to their other albums.
This is the best of the band's 12-year career.
The band's second post-Kurt Vile record is a solid, often gorgeous, effort.
From his Neptunes days to recent cameos with Robin Thicke and Daft Punk, Pharrell is smart about the company he keeps.
With this record, it's clear somebody finally learned how to mic a studio properly.
Need a good nap? Spin this snoozefest.
It's heartfelt. It's personal. It's 'Drunk on a Plane.'
The first half is great. The second half? Not so much.
His clear-eyed take on familiar thematic ground is anything but monochromatic, making it one of his most sincere projects.
Reunion album No. 5 ranks with 2012’s 'The Bears for Lunch' as the most wholly satisfying.