Robyn Hitchcock
Robyn Hitchcock - Robyn Hitchcock
Critic Score
Based on 9 reviews
2017 Ratings: #203 / 669
User Score
Based on 15 ratings
Your Review
May 5, 2017
In a recording career spanning four decades since the Soft Boys recorded their first EP, Give It To The Soft Boys, at Spaceward studios, Cambridge, in the heady days of England's punk rock infused 1977, Robyn Hitchcock, recipient of this year's South By Southwest Grulke Prize for Career Act, has seen it fit to release his first ever eponymously titled studio album. And in the same month that has seen The Kink's Sir Raymond Douglas Davies release the backward looking Americana album reflecting ... read more
Apr 21, 2017
I Want to Tell You About What I Want - 75/100
Virginia Woolf - 85/100
I Pray When I'm Drunk - 80/100
Mad Shelley's Letterbox - 70/100
Sayonara Judge - 75/100
Detective Mindhorn - 60/100
1970 In Aspic - 65/100
Raymond and the Wires - 65/100
Autumn Sunglasses - 75/100
Time Coast - 70/100

Average Score:72

Overall Opinion: The album starts super strong. The A side is outstanding. Once I got to Detective Mindhorn the scores started dropping. I did enjoy some of the second half of the album and ... read more
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Track List
  1. I Want to Tell You About What I Want
  2. Virginia Woolf
  3. I Pray When I'm Drunk
  4. Mad Shelley's Letterbox
  5. Sayonara Judge
  6. Detective Mindhorn
  7. 1970 In Aspic
  8. Raymond and the Wires
  9. Autumn Sunglasses
  10. Time Coast
Contributions By
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Added on: February 2, 2017