- Summary: Aside from the noisy "Cherry Chapstick," the tracks on And Then Nothing showcase a mellower sound for the Hoboken, NJ three-piece, which disappointed some long-time fans but certainly won over critics.
- Record Label: Matador
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock, Alternative
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Making a record that delivers satisfaction from start to finish is a rare and momentous thing. Making any record that sounds unlike anything else is a victory in itself. To bring the two in line as Yo La Tengo has done with And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out may as well be called perfection.
Positive: 5 out of 5
Mixed: 0 out of 5
Negative: 0 out of 5
May 15, 2013It's a beautiful album that captures the essence of domestic, content life through its calming grooves and fantastic melodies. It's chilling,It's a beautiful album that captures the essence of domestic, content life through its calming grooves and fantastic melodies. It's chilling, relaxing, and relatable, and more approachable than most YLT records. I think it has proven itself very worthy of all the critical attention and is easily one of the best albums of the 21st century.… Expand
JimBMar 27, 2005A sublime masterpiece! And perfect for "summer night" listening. Could be Yo La Tengo's best album.
SlowGlassRecordsSep 22, 2006brilliant, stunning, exeptional masterpiece of extreme proportions.
JohnLJul 24, 2006The album before this was their greatest, but this is terrific in a very different way, and stands out more than what followed (which is/was The album before this was their greatest, but this is terrific in a very different way, and stands out more than what followed (which is/was still good don't get me wrong). These folks are as interesting a band as their is in America (the only thing I prefer is a dou called Rasa), and so it's been for the last 10-15 years.… Collapse
GuyHApr 12, 2007Not a typical YLT album in that there isn't as much variety in mood and pace as usual. However, I think this eventually works in the Not a typical YLT album in that there isn't as much variety in mood and pace as usual. However, I think this eventually works in the album's favour, creating a really hypnotic feel. A brilliant late night listen.… Expand
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