Candy Ass - Mark Eitzel
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  • Summary: The American Music Club frontman's latest solo release, like 2001's 'Invisible Man,' finds him dabbling with electronica.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 11
  2. Negative: 2 out of 11
  1. If you can stand the pain, it's worth it. [21 Oct 2005, p.77]
  2. There is much to admire here, and much to cherish.
  3. Please Mr Eitzel, get to the bar and pour yourself another drink. [1 Oct 2005, p.45]
  4. His songwriting shine is soon obscured behind the dark clouds of densely layered home recording.
  5. The sparkling electronic/acoustic subtlety of 2001’s The Invisible Man has been replaced here by excursions into poor trip hop, and this low-key solo effort lacks a good polish and a harsh editor.
  6. [A] crushing bore of a detour.
  7. Eitzel's amateur electronic dabbling, dated and nondescript, suffocates the already stagnant snippets of recycled melodies and exhausted tempos.

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  1. BDizzel
    Feb 14, 2007
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