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  • Summary: This is the third album for the band led by Sonic Youth's Kim Gordon and Pussy Galore's Julie Cafritz.
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  1. Free Kitten’s new release is an excellent example of how skill and maturity can take an interesting project, slow roast it over a decade, and make it much more tender and delicious. [Summer 2008]
  2. 70
    Its best moments stand among its members' better experiments, though the rest will likely be replaced after another decade-long ice age. [Summer 2008, p.106]
  3. The tracks sung by Cafritz are more wired and garage punk, but these brief flashes provide contrast to Gordon's murkier shades. [July 2008, p.49]
  4. 60
    Inherit strips back rock, baring its constituent parts without flourish or fanfare. [Aug 2008, p.93]
  5. Their technically adventurous playing occasionally gathers some spooky steam, but this is definitely a fans-only affair.
  6. Does this mean Inherit is one for the better-luck-next-time pile? No, because while we’re right to expect more from these three women, their middle of the road still stands heads above much produced by the younger generation of noiseniks.
  7. Now reunited--minus Ibold--they are unlikely to win over many fans with this. [Aug 2008, p.135]

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