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  • Summary: This is the second studio album for the the indie rock duo from Los Angeles.
  • Record Label: Sub Pop
  • Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock, Punk/New Wave, Hardcore Punk
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  1. Positive: 32 out of 35
  2. Negative: 0 out of 35
  1. 100
    It's a punk album with a difference, which at this late date is the only kind you can count on for a thrill.
  2. If you bought Nouns and wondered what the big deal was, this is your chance to find out. No Age continue to grow as conceptual artists and songwriters, and after a summer of dumbed down garage band shenanigans (cough, Best Coast, cough) it's fun to have something that's both challenging and fun to listen to come out of that scene.
  3. This time around, the lo-fi quality is less abrasive but still dirty and intimate enough to stop anyone from yelling Sell out!
  4. No Age's brief moment of near-mainstream notoriety may have passed by the time Everything in Between was released, but their growth as recording artists was progressing nicely and the album stands alongside Nouns as two of the finest noise rock/pop albums of the new millennium.
  5. Dec 21, 2010
    80
    Just a hair less than 40 minutes of energetic music. Which is a welcome change by today's standards -- to simply appreciate some music by itself.
  6. Whether buried deep in the mix, as on "Dusted," or relatively up high, as on the wonderful "Valley Hum," untethered words and ideas drift through but minus the necessary vocal heft. This absence is frustrating, because it stands in stark contrast to the music that surrounds it, which is varied, colorful and consistently surprising.
  7. In Many ways, No Age have successfully distilled the pop essence of early-90s Sonic Youth: no mean feat, just not as memorable as last time. [Oct 2010, p.116]

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  1. Mar 9, 2013
    9
    No age show much more maturity in "Everything in Between". In "Nouns", they exhibited angst and somewhat anger, but "Everything in Between"No age show much more maturity in "Everything in Between". In "Nouns", they exhibited angst and somewhat anger, but "Everything in Between" displays them growing older and still having problems, yet dealing with them better. They can still demonstrate some great rock tracks though. All In All, the distortion and their sound shows great improvement from their predecessor, and I was pleasantly surprised with this record. No sophomore blues for this band. A- Expand
  2. Raj
    Oct 12, 2010
    5
    All the chat is that No AGe have matured and their second outing proper is a real development from the lat outing. Indeed, the songs andAll the chat is that No AGe have matured and their second outing proper is a real development from the lat outing. Indeed, the songs and lyrics are more prevalent but this only serves as a reminder why the lyrics were better off much lower down the mix. No Age are at their best when they are in full on scuzzy rock mode - their attempts at 'proper' songs are difficult to listen to. The album has moments but infortunately there are too many numbers you will happily skip past to make this a solid album. Nouns is a much better purchase and shows that percieved maturation has effected this band negatively - bring back that youthful abandon! Expand