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  • Summary: The first album on the Tomlab label for the New York band is its fifth overall.
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  2. Negative: 0 out of 5
  1. There is experimentation for the sake of experimentation and experimentation for sake of enjoyment. Money, unfortunately, is mostly the former.
  2. Skeletons must know what they’re doing after all. Most of the time. The other 30% of the time, it’s hard to shake the sense that they’re as lost as you are.
  3. Overall, however, Money is hit-or-miss. The less structured tracks often get lost in the shuffle, resulting in stretches of floundering in between the more highly developed tracks.
  4. This is an album that challenges you, and makes you want to understand more, which in today's disposable-pop world is probably not entirely a bad thing.
  5. Money is no less creative or searching than Skeletons' previous works, but it trades too many of their fantastical charms for scurrying reality.