Log 22 - Bettie Serveert
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  • Summary: The Amsterdam-based rockers who gave us college-radio hit albums 'Palomine' and 'Lamprey' return with their fifth LP.
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  1. Positive: 9 out of 13
  2. Negative: 1 out of 13
  1. 80
    A real emotional rollercoaster ride. [Apr 2003, p.102]
  2. Their music is just too smart. [June 2003, p.96]
  3. The first few tunes are instant, and all stay with you.
  4. A few missteps into the mainstream aside, Log 22 shows Bettie Serveert entering their second decade of recording with grace and winning humility.
  5. It's so great to hear a band as rejuvenated as Bettie Serveert sounds, that a couple of mis-steps are completely forgivable.
  6. There’s a consistency in quality throughout the record, but nothing stunning enough to send you running to your stereo to hit the repeat button.
  7. With a bloated 60+ minute runtime and some truly misguided dabblings with e-bows and saxophones, Log 22 presents Bettie Serveert at their most self-indulgent. And it's not pretty.

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