Tomahawk - Oddfellows
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Based on 15 reviews
2013 Ratings: #323 / 955
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Based on 15 ratings
January 29, 2013 / Release Date
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Ipecac / Label
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A.V. Club

Oddfellows doesn’t reject anything Tomahawk has done before. It just does it better.

Drowned in Sound

Oddfellows clearly signals a return to the style and spirit of Tomahawk's self-titled debut, and to some extent the highlights of Faith No More's latter days.

No Ripcord

Oddfellows, though Patton, Denison and Stanier have all outgrown their pasts creatively speaking, is in some ways a gateway to reminiscence. 


It’s reassuring that no matter how stale and bland the musical terrain gets, avant-guardsmen like Patton, Denison, and such remain to flare up on occasion to scorch through it, like a forest fire setting the stage for newness to emerge in its wake. 


Good as these guys are at mashing up genres on the fly, there's no denying the straighter, fist-pumpier stuff here works best

Consequence of Sound

Tomahawk fans should find Oddfellows appealing and certainly worthy of following up Tomahawk and Mit Gas.

Tiny Mix Tapes

Oddfellows is another delightful little stab that works really hard to come at the listener from a bevy of angles, and you’ve got to like, short of love, them for that. 

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Track List

  1. Oddfellows
  2. Stone Letter
  3. I.O.U.
  4. White Hats / Black Hats
  5. A Thousand Eyes
  6. Rise Up Dirty Waters
  7. The Quiet Few
  8. "I Can Almost See Them"
  9. South Paw
  10. Choke Neck
  11. Waratorium
  12. Baby Let's Play____
  13. Typhoon
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