Let Me Come Home

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  • Summary: The second album for the Scottish indie rock band was produced by Tony Doogan.
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  1. Positive: 6 out of 11
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  1. Mar 11, 2011
    It's exciting, not self-indulgent; real, not affected. Far from being removed or pretentious, these are songs that pierce the centre of the hearts that they've sprung from.
  2. 80
    It is an elegant and, quite frankly, utterly beautiful record.
  3. Q Magazine
    Mar 15, 2011
    The follow-up is far more coherent, as passionate but resisting the temptation to press the button marked "Gotterdammerung" with quite such abandon. [Dec 2010, p.103]
  4. Mar 11, 2011
    Over the course of the album, the grandiosity gets wearying, and Jamie Sutherland occasionally sounds like Vic Reeves in full club singer mode. But, at its best, Let Me Come Home is a thing of troubled beauty.
  5. Dec 9, 2011
    Let Me Come Home never really develops into the lump in the throat it wants to be, though it certainly isn't for lack of trying.
  6. Mar 11, 2011
    Let Me Come Home goes widescreen with a vengeance, trading in too much of the band's unhinged jig and bounce for a more generic-sounding epic soundtrack -- guitar and bass to the front, strings in the middle distance.
  7. Mar 11, 2011
    Let Me Come Home is still too overworked, but, as that final song proves, it represents a welcome shift toward (relative) musical simplicity and lyrical honestly that shows that the band is heading in the right direction.

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