All That We Let In - Indigo Girls
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  • Summary: The veteran duo of Emily Saliers and Amy Ray continue with their well-established sound on this ninth studio album.
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  1. While… All doesn't stray far from their signature acoustics and harmonies, the Girls avoid rehashing the past. [20 Feb 2004, p.67]
  2. Feels sweeter and breezier than the Girls' previous few releases, and the record is stronger for it.
  3. Like the best Indigo Girls work has, All That We Let In continually dwells on the dynamic of internal, emotional tumult and outward-looking, world-wondering fervor.
  4. If there's one word to describe All That We Let In, it's probably "comfortable"; even with some of the serious subject matter the pair tackle, All That We Let In is an inviting album.
  5. This is the acoustic duo's ninth album of politics-by-stealth, and not much has changed in the execution.
  6. 60
    The crisp acoustic production is too unerringly tasteful... but that's forgiveable. [Mar 2004, p.120]
  7. 40
    The combination of tinkling pianos, gutsy strum and homespun wisdom places this very much in the middle of the road. [Apr 2004, p.92]

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