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  • Summary: This is a collection of B-sides and rare songs from 1995 to 2007.
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  1. Electronic Projects For Musicians is everything you like about The Apples In Stereo and, as always, perfect for children of all ages. [Spring 2008, p.74]
  2. 70
    Their second B-sides compilation is a clear reflection of that indeliable good cheer. {May 2008, p.94]
  3. Electronic Projects is ideal both for new listeners--as it offers a good representation of the Apples in Stereo sound--and for seasoned Apples fans who desire tracks they may not have heard before.
  4. They are all solid examples of the band's unique blend of indie sweetness, psychedelic experimentation, and solid songcraft.
  5. There are a number of somewhat bland mid-tempo tracks and a few sketchy incidental things, like the ultra-brief vocal exercise 'Thank You Very Much,' but this is a worthy addition for Apples fans who haven't already tracked down every flexi-disc, Japanese import, and vinyl edition in the band's large catalog.
  6. This is great for obsessive fans and for the remnants of the Elephant Six community, for with Electronic Projects they can get a more complete picture of the band. But why make them pay for it?
  7. 60
    There's some shrewd commercial nous behind their retro-wackiness. [Aug 2008, p.85]

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