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  • Summary: 'Lost Marbles' collects six years of previously uncompiled material by the John Schmersal-led band, including internet-only tracks and limited-edition singles.
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  1. The album certainly isn't a waste of your money if you aren't already a fan. This is one band that clearly doesn't save their lesser material for obscure release. Lost Marbles and Exploding Evidence functions very, very well as a weird little LP.
  2. If there’s one thing this collection illustrates it’s that throughout that time they’ve maintained a high level of quality.
  3. Actually one of the band's most enjoyable releases.
  4. An excellent compilation if you're an adoring Enon fan. [#9]
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    A veritable treasure trove of electro-bubblegum, irresistible punk-funk, and hypnotic noise experiments. [Mar 2005, p.116]
  6. As erratic as the band itself. [4 Mar 2005, p.73]
  7. It's not bad; it just feels like a stopgap to hold fans over until Enon has recorded enough material for a new release.

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