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90
Even though it is overlong it still manages to be constantly engaging and sometimes magical
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92
My favourite Beefheart album. The madness really comes together here
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100
A flawless goth masterpiece.
dustymoth -
72
A deranged clanking terror.
dustymoth -
73
Cuts You Up is wonderful the rest simply doesn't have enough bite!
dustymoth -
83
It is really interesting to hear Yoko filtered through over musicians. Mostly it works really well, especially on the divine "Yes, I'm a Witch"
dustymoth -
92
Icy cold European synth. I adore them.
dustymoth -
70
Far too pop for my general taste but it also mega gay and spooky which is very much my thing.
dustymoth -
80
Give him back his glasses
dustymoth -
90
I love this Eels album just the right amount of cheap scares, tinkering and sadness! It was pretty much downhill from here.
dustymoth -
87
Hugely underrated but bonkers synth/new wave album
dustymoth -
85
Great doomy goth
dustymoth -
88
This is a great Goth punk album, enjoy it for what it is.
dustymoth -
96
I'm so old that this was the first System of a Down album I listened to. It had a big impression on me at the time and helped shape my musical taste. There isn't a boring moment on this and it still sounds as great as it did all those years ago even though I am a fully grown woman and not a silly teenager.
dustymoth -
70
I like the cover more than the music
dustymoth -
76
This is actually a bit of a goth banger but of course in typical late Numan style every track is at least a minute too long
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