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While there are small highlights along the way (notably the single Looking Hot), this is for the most part a disappointing comeback album.
Days Go By is an uneven breakdown of The Offspring’s shifting styles and musical passages - from the early-1980s through to now
While it has merit within its lead singles, is an overall unpleasant play.
...the track joins Flutes in controlling the pace of the album, making full use of Hot Chip’s signature build-up of euphorically layered vocal and instrumental elements.
Loaded is scattered with what feels like a scrapbook of half-formed ideas.
Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded was always going to be a statement album, and a large affair.
In both subsistence and analysis, the power and relevance of Trice’s most recent material is waning and lacking in significance to the present day.
Six60 runs at just under two hours in playing time – an extraordinary measure, given that the band’s desire is surely to engage new listeners