Spoon - They Want My Soul
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spoon create ‘inside out’ and ‘do you’; some objectively perfect career highlights which cement ‘they want my soul’ as their best work. spoon’s most consistent album is a timeless production achievement in its own right from dave sitek: it sounds impressively futuristic

i feel that this album, along with its title track, are some of the most underrated art of the 2010s

the worst song may be ‘outlier’, which also happens to be one of the best songs: ‘knock knock knock’ has a great transition into the disco bop
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