Last Exit

User Score
8.4

Universal acclaim- based on 46 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 39 out of 46
  2. Negative: 5 out of 46

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  1. chadb
    Jul 27, 2004
    3
    Mediocre, really. No way as interesting as The Rapture or The Earlies.
  2. waih
    Oct 29, 2004
    2
    I'm with chad b on this - it's some bloke singing along to a drum machine right?
  3. S.Gold
    Jan 3, 2006
    1
    I tried to like the album, but it sucks not even a good song. Have they even heard of songwriting? It's so sloppy the song lyrics not sexy but terrible, it's an embaresment for IDM or techno or electronica or whatever you call. Beats aren't good or interesting in the least.
  4. ReubenF
    Nov 8, 2006
    3
    Being very introspective music, it is important to like the soul that is communicating to u - I don't. He sounds depressed, weak, timid, cold, pathetic and alienated from humanity. As for the music, it might be beautiful if they would only build the tempo up into an uplifting chorus, but they never do. Maybe I just lack an appreciation for minimalist synth-pop?
  5. BenC
    Mar 11, 2007
    3
    just really, really really dull - can't understand why it got such good reviews when there is so much more interesting (electronic) music out there.
Metascore
89

Universal acclaim - based on 23 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 23 out of 23
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 23
  3. Negative: 0 out of 23
  1. Last Exit is a monumental debut... on par with It’s My Life or Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret.
  2. Entertainment Weekly
    83
    Supple, stylish electro-pop so cool it makes glaciers jealous. [24 Sep 2004, p.106]
  3. Q Magazine
    80
    It's '80s synth-pop in spirit rather than form, miles away from the make-up clad silliness of electroclash and much more interested in muching about with present day technology than simply recreating the past. [Jun 2004, p.98]