A Hundred Days Off

Underworld - A Hundred Days Off
Critic Score
Based on 8 reviews
2002 Ratings: #116 / 189
User Score
Based on 27 ratings
2002 Ratings: #87
September 24, 2002 / Release Date
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I'm probably the only person in the universe who thinks so, but I think this is their best album. For once all the tracks sound like they belong on the same album. There's a kind of consistency to it. Only two of the high points match the high points of their other albums, but overall there are more quality tracks on this than the earlier albums. And I count only one truly crummy one. And that's only because it sound like a rehash of Moaner from Beaucoup Fish.
Darren Emerson has left the underworld and the remaining duo is offering a valuable hundred days off to be spent with its thoughtful, electro-blues that haven't changed much.
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Track List

  1. Mo Move
  2. Two Months Off
  3. Twist
  4. Sola Sistim
  5. Little Speaker
  6. Trim
  7. Ess Gee
  8. Dinosaur Adventure 3D
  9. Ballet Lane
  10. Luetin
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Added on: January 14, 2014