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  • Summary: James Iha (Smashing Pumpkins) guests on the former Belle & Sebastian singer's second solo outing, which finds her reworking traditional British folk songs.
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  1. Warm acoustic guitars and spookily ethereal vocals add up to understated soundtrack music for a road trip through the Scottish countryside. [Jan 2007, p.134]
  2. 'Milkwhite Sheets' will come to you offering kisses, but beware the knife behind its back
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    Although the songs are both traditional and modern, the mood of gentle awe and foreboding wonder is all of a piece. [Nov 2006, p.102]
  4. Maybe she doesn’t need Lanegan to write, but his creepy presence is missed not only as a voice, but also in the DNA of the songs themselves. [#15]
  5. The album relies on a stark, tribal minimalism that sounds as if it was recorded several decades ago. [Dec 2006, p.93]
  6. Campbell's voice seems to have been recorded in a lift shaft, rendering her too murky. [Dec 2006, p.133]

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