sdl1986sdl1986Jun 6, 2009Infinitely replayable and becoming my favorite SFA album ever. These guys have been on the longest winning streak of any band I know. Peerless.
paoloApr 21, 2009They never fails to deliver. Amazing album!
MikeLApr 28, 2009Different again. They will never fail to sound original with each release. Cant wait to see 'The Very Best Of Neil Diamond' live!!!
TomJApr 22, 2009At first I wasn't so sure about this album. Of course every SFA fan has been very excited about a new release by them, and so I have been. It's always great to hear some new stuff from one of the best indie/rock bands of the last 2 decades. Now back to the album. Like I said before, it took me a few listens to really get into the songs on DD/LY, because their style has changed a bit. On the other hand I think only SFA could have produced an album like this one. pop elements mixed with grunchy guitar riffs, electronic beats and instruments and disco-esque rythyms mixed into a whole. Those experiments made it that it took me two or three listens before I could really appreciate the album. Thankfully I could eventually. Dig this album people, it has been really worth the wait!… Expand
mattaApr 23, 2009Ok, so anything these guys do will at least be good. But this is not as revelatory as the critics and users saying. Definitely better than Love Kraft, but not an improvement over Hey Venus! (which was criminally underrated) like everyone is saying. Still, none of those hold a torch to Rings and Phantom.… Expand
GanJMay 17, 2009Dan's right, it's not the most inspired sounding record despite the critics' praise. The opening clunker: Crazy Naked Girls augers a lukewarm expedition at best. There's really not much here to my ears that stands out as vital or relevant.… Expand
ChrisBMay 17, 2009This album is an abortion.
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