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There's No Leaving Now
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The Tallest Man On Earth

There's No Leaving Now by The Tallest Man On Earth

The Tallest Man On Earth - There's No Leaving Now
CRITIC SCORE
73
Based on 14 reviews
2012 Ranking: #317 / 708
USER SCORE
79
Based on
29 ratings


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CRITIC REVIEWS

100
MUSICOMH

There’s No Leaving Now is a compelling listen from a songwriter whose default setting is extraordinary.

87
BEATS PER MINUTE

While still rooted in Dylan’s folk aesthetic, the music Matsson writes now is uniquely his voice. 

80
POPMATTERS

There’s No Leaving Now makes use of much the same map work laid out by Matsson on 2010’s fantastic breakout The Wild Hunt.

75
A.V. CLUB

There’s No Leaving Now feels a bit like treading water. 

75
UNDER THE RADAR

Overall, There's No Leaving Now is a cohesive, wonderful album.

71
PITCHFORK

While its good to hear his sound evolving, the results are mixed.

64
PASTE

There’s No Leaving Now settles too readily into a single slumberous mood.

60
DROWNED IN SOUND

This is an agreeable record, but it comes from a man who we know is capable of something sublime.

USER REVIEWS

66

Not a bad album, by any means, just fairly unremarkable. 'Shallow Grave' remains the benchmark.

#316
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DETAILS

RELEASED: June 12, 2012
FORMAT: LP
LABEL: Dead Oceans
GENRE: Folk
TAGS

END OF YEAR LISTS
# 73 - PopMatters
MISC LISTS
# 40 - The Needle Drop
TRACK LIST
  1. To Just Grow Away 
  2. Revelation Blues 
  3. Leading Me Now 
  4. 1904 
  5. Bright Lanterns 
  6. There's No Leaving Now 
  7. Wind and Walls 
  8. Little Brother 
  9. Criminals 
  10. On Every Page
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Added on: March 27, 2012