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Universal acclaim- based on 10 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 9 out of 10
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 10
  3. Negative: 1 out of 10

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  1. CodyT
    Nov 10, 2009
    Fun, cohesive effort from a band who's worked their asses off to deliver great, energetic music to their loyal fans for years. EXTREMELY underrated dance-rock group that deserves the success they found with their first two singles.
  2. BBOP
    Nov 10, 2009
    This band is pure genius. Critics hate them because they know the band are having LOADS of fun and satisfy a fanbase who don't give two bananas about stuffy/lazy reviews.
  3. AP
    Nov 11, 2009
    Either you get this band or you don't. The "professional critics" obviously don't. This is a rock soild album with only a few fillers (egyptian cowboy, steal your bones, and you're bored). Listen to it twice, you'll be hooked. How are these guys not more famous? America's taste is full of fail.
  4. Sep 29, 2012
    Perhaps their best album. Consistent and solid tracks. Their videos are still consistently bad having a budget of all about $100 or maybe it's not that much. I think this album is a new high for the band. I'm disappointed by their next two albums but I live in hope that they can again reach these heights in the future.

Generally favorable reviews - based on 6 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 6
  2. Negative: 1 out of 6
  1. This darker, heavier tone makes the majority of Kill less of a party than "Fire" or "I Shall Exterminate Everything Around Me That Restricts Me from Being the Master," but splendidly, Dance Commander rears his head to make demands like "Shake that tambourine/Shake that shaking machine!" in 'Egyptian Cowboy' and encourages mass consumption in the splendid 'Body Shot,' which devolves from a grunge-disco jam into a wonderful, dubbed-out frenzy.
  2. While the album lacks a certain degree of accessibility and thematic coherence, Electric Six's wiseass humor and, moreover, their superior technical skill make Kill an energetic, frenzied party of a record.
  3. 60
    E6 can't quite keep it up throughout, though they still sound delighted to mess with sounds both full-throttle ('You're Bored') and loungey ('My Idea of Fun').