Lambchop - Mr. M
Critic Score
Based on 28 reviews
2012 Ratings: #147 / 1010
User Score
Based on 58 ratings
2012 Ratings: #177
February 21, 2012 / Release Date
LP / Format
Merge / City Slang / Label
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A.V. Club

It’s unified and purposeful, combining what Lambchop already knows how to do with some tricks the band hasn’t really attempted before.

Consequence of Sound

Mr. M will stand as one of Lambchop’s finest, most cohesive, and easiest straight-through listens yet, despite its intermediate tendencies.


Mr. M sounds aware of itself as an argument-- an argument for the kind of patience the music on it demands.

The 405

With this release, Wagner has proven that he can still write songs which both move and inspire.

Beats Per Minute

It manages to sound familiar while sounding entirely new, all the while making it clear that this is a sound only Lambchop could create.


There is a lot of sadness on the album. At their core these are songs of isolation, desperation and the distance between people.

As brilliant a record as any they have made. Lambchop continues to surprise, delight and enthrall its fans with its trademark blend of Southern Goth and Intell-Pop. A beautiful testament to the collaborative friendship that prevailed between Wagner and Chestnutt.
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Track List

  1. If Not I'll Just Die 
  2. 2B2 
  3. Gone Tomorrow 
  4. Mr. Met 
  5. Gar 
  6. Nice Without Mercy 
  7. Buttons 
  8. The Good Life (is Wasted) 
  9. Kind Of 
  10. Betty's Overture 
  11. Never My Love
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Added on: December 5, 2011