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  • Summary: The Tennessee power-pop outfit returns for their fourth album (and second for indie label Arena Rock after two major-label releases for Elektra). Guided By Voices' Robert Pollard guests.
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  1. Positive: 4 out of 6
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  1. 80
    After delivering a classic, Superdrag has returned with something just shy of that, but considering the quality here, no one has any right to spew complaints. [#55, p.91]
  2. Their strongest effort to date.
  3. Mostly another lovesick, beer-infused combination of sweet melodies and crunching guitars.
  4. Fans of Superdrag will like this, provided they're okay with more of the same.
  5. Less than half of the record actually sports the rock I salute it for, but when it does Superdrag shines like a blast from the past but without the feeling that it’s a calculated throwback to anything in particular.
  6. The feeling isn't sucked out yet, but the focus is. [Sep 2002, p.92]
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 2
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