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Posted October 1, 2010
Six Strings and A Public Relations Specialist
Critics do go through phases. They miss early White Stripes and Hives, finally get hipped that the early 80s underground was an exciting time and place, and then belatedly start touting every new sordid mess of a record that comes shooting out of the pipeline. This is one of those sordid messes, waving a flag of acceptable influences but essentially nothing but pop dance radio tunes with no relation to the Hip 80s Revival which has given us so many great albums. Bloc Party is to Interpol and its ilk as the Bumblebee Song was to Nevermind. So, really, never mind.
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