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7.6

Generally favorable reviews- based on 5 Ratings

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  1. j30
    Mar 20, 2012
    6
    Clear Heart Full Eyes by Craig Finn is far from a miss, but it's not exactly an album you can fully invest in. Maybe the music feels a little too laid back for my liking. However you kind of get the feeling CHFE is a precursor to great Hold Steady album in the making (in which they're in the studio as we speak).
  2. Mar 5, 2012
    10
    According to liner notes in Petty's Playback box set, he and Jeff Lynne were playing some elaborate stuff on the keyboard that all started with 3 simple chords. Lynne suggested that Tom stop all the hard stuff and just sing some words to those three chords, and he came up with "She's a good girl... loves her mama..." just to make Jeff smile, and they kept going from there.
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69

Generally favorable reviews - based on 34 Critics

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  1. Positive: 21 out of 34
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  1. Mar 1, 2012
    40
    The unfamiliarity between Finn and his backing group is palpable.
  2. Feb 21, 2012
    60
    Swapping The Hold Steady's white-knuckled intensity for skeletal drums and echoing guitar gives Finn's voice more room to manoeuvre. A welcome change of pace. [Mar 2012, p. 100]
  3. Feb 14, 2012
    63
    The mood ... is decidedly bleak- populated by disillusioned lovers and working class escapists, the lyrics splitting at the seams with dark religious imagery.