Nightlife - Erase Errata
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  • Summary: The Bay Area post-punkers get political on their third album, which was recorded without departed guitarist Sara Jaffe.
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  1. Positive: 9 out of 13
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  1. The new album may be very No Wave and avant-garde influenced but it is a truly original record.
  2. 80
    Another electrifying statement of unrest from the underground. [Nov 2006, p.118]
  3. 'Nightlife' is a record that demands to be heard, for not only is it Erase Errata's best album yet, but also one of the finest to emerge from the leftfield this year.
  4. It still cuts, just not quite as deep.
  5. Vibrant songs backed by a relevant message and trimmed of any gristle and fat of embellishment. [Summer 2006]
  6. The twelve songs of Nightlife rattle by the listener with alarming speed, and at only thirty minutes long the record seems to be over just as soon as its begun.
  7. 40
    Ultimately these would-be activists end up with more nervous bark than bite. [Aug 2006, p.77]

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