Mole City

Quasi - Mole City
Critic Score
Based on 10 reviews
2013 Ratings: #682 / 955
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Based on 2 ratings
October 1, 2013 / Release Date
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Kill Rock Stars / Label
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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
AllMusic

The fact that Quasi have put out an album that feels so different is a testament to their creative longevity, and even though they've been putting out solid work for their entire career, their blend of strange and sweet pop has never lost its ability to surprise and charm the listener.

75
The 405

Mole City is very much a double album though, and with 24 pieces over the course of an hour it has the feel of a band in overdrive, keen to release all their ideas at once.

70
musicOMH

With so much experience under their belts, it’s hardly surprising that Coomes and Weis continue to push themselves creatively and Mole City is ultimately a reflection of that.

70
NME

There's little, if any, regard for structure or convention, meaning that 'Mole City' could be five tracks long or 50 and still happily exist in a brilliantly idiosyncratic bubble all of its own.

70
Consequence of Sound

On Mole City, Quasi embrace their scattered thoughts with a wink and a grin, and never let go.

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END OF YEAR LISTS

#9/TIME

Track List

  1. *
  2. You Can Stay But You Got to Go
  3. See You on Mars
  4. Blasted
  5. Chrome Duck
  6. Chumps of Chance
  7. Fat Fanny Land
  8. Nostalgia Kills
  9. R.I.P
  10. Headshrinker
  11. Bedbug Town
  12. The Goat
  13. Geraldine
  14. Loopy
  15. Double Deuce
  16. Gnot
  17. Dust of the Sun
  18. Mole City
  19. An Ice Cube in the Sun
  20. One and Done
  21. The Dying Man
  22. Clap Trap
  23. New Western Way
  24. Beyond the Return of the Sun of Nowhere
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