- Sung Tongs

Animal Collective - Sung Tongs
CRITIC SCORE
82
Based on 9 reviews
2004 Rank: #36 / 263
USER SCORE
86
Based on
150 ratings

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MarkCooper
90
This album is so applicable to any time of the year. It has the ability to be a winter, summer, spring, and fall album all at once. Animal Collective will always be the kings at making you smile from the childhood innocence and joy of some of their earlier work.
BuffaloStaple
80
Great album, but wha-wha-what th-wha-wha-e fu-wha-wha-ck wha-wha-was wi-wha-wha-th the ou-wha-wha-tro so-wha-wha-ng?
Gupla
95
Cuantas cosas pasaban por la cabeza de los Animal Collective al hacer un material tan alocado y divertido. Sung Tongs es el reflejo perfecto de la banda en momentos donde su postura era de banda rara y exaltada, pero el furor y la juventud no desviaba la intención de generar algo de gran calidad, y Animal Collective, se toma muy en serio todo lo que hacen. Este material es la perfecta muestra de como un álbum puede ser tan necesario cuando necesitamos espacios de ... read more
EMR
86
Another great work from a great band. Animal Collective had already proved their songwriting skills and inventive production from past albums, but in Sung Tongs they showed excellency even at acoustic instrumentation and arrangements, leaning towards some folk/freak-folk territory with their early, usual abstract approach. Once more, what impresses the most is the collective's apparently effortless ability to craft weird, edgy, but also friendly and pleasant sounds, with their amazing vocal ... read more
SiberianBreaks
89
Animal Collective's breakthrough album may be a bit spotty with some songs dragging on a bit too long and that closer being kind of weak, but I must say that this is their most original album out of their whole discography. I'd kill for another album in this style from these guys.

Favourite tracks: Leaf House, Who Could Win a Rabbit, Winters Love
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DETAILS

June 1, 2004 / Release Date
LP / Format
Fat Cat Records / Label
Rusty Santos / Producer
Experimental / Genres
myanimalhome.net / Website
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Track List
  1. Leaf House
  2. Who Could Win a Rabbit
  3. The Softest Voice
  4. Winters Love
  5. Kids on Holiday
  6. Sweet Road
  7. Visiting Friends
  8. College
  9. We Tigers
  10. Mouth Wooed Her
  11. Good Lovin Outside
  12. Whaddit I Done
Contributions By
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