Come Feel Me Tremble - Paul Westerberg
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  • Summary: Named after a recent documentary about him, Westerberg's latest home-recorded solo disc contains some of the songs first heard in that film, as well as new material. It was released concurrently with 'Dead Man Shake' by his alter-ego, Grandpaboy.
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  1. Positive: 13 out of 15
  2. Negative: 0 out of 15
  1. 100
    Much of Suicaine Gratifaction sounded like it had been written in a mood of morose introspection, but Come Feel Me Tremble is brazenly exclamatory. [Jan 2004, p.102]
  2. Even taking into account his work with the Replacements, this is the album on which every song is truly worth hearing.
  3. At the very least, it's the best album of Paul Westerberg's spotty solo career.
  4. 80
    On par, quality-wise, with the triumph that was last year's Stereo/Mono. [#61, p.110]
  5. The scratchy voice still aches, the guitar riffs still gleefully rip off the Faces, and the songs sound like they just fell out of bed. [24 Oct 2003, p.106]
  6. 70
    Regret comes in many shades, but Westerberg never makes it boring or mopey. [Nov 2003, p.123]
  7. Muddy, swamp rockabilly. [Jan 2004, p.108]

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  1. Positive: 6 out of 7
  2. Negative: 0 out of 7
  1. Jun 16, 2011
    5
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. My blog is a coded love letter and I often like to play word games but what might have been implied in "Bridesmaid" was purely accidental. I would never intentionally disrespect you. Expand

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