Girls Can Tell

Spoon - Girls Can Tell
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Based on 3 reviews
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Based on 61 ratings
2001 Ratings: #31
February 20, 2001 / Release Date
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Merge / Touch And Go / Label
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daFigz
93
This is one of those CDs that critics seemingly ignored, the public failed to support and yet it is one the most accomplished studio recordings by Spoon. It showcases very well the talents of Britt Daniel, Joshua Zarbo & Jim Eno, whom at the time of this release comprised the core of Spoon. Lyrically intelligent, musically excellent, this record fits nicely into my [proverbial] Desert Isle Top Whatever catalog. This is a smart indie rock album made by smart, talented musicians whom have ... read more
TheBravesDH
93
Easily Spoon's most underrated record. Starts off with their best song too.
ZachLlor
82
I like this one about the same as a series of sneaks.
panoramareviews
100
Definitivamente la obra cumbre de Spoon y uno de mis discos favoritos de toda la vida, con escasos arreglos instrumentales y aún así saliéndose con la suya con excelentes canciones como "The Fitted Shirt", "Lines in the Suit" o "Everything Hits At Once". Una oncena de canciones repletas de inspiración y genuina música de guitarras. El tercero de Spoon para mí es su mejor esfuerzo a la fecha.

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NR
Not as great as it's predecessor but it's damn good. Compared to A Series of Sneaks, it's less playful and more claustrophobic, but in return it's more earnest and has a darker production and sound that are very interesting.
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