She Loves You - The Twilight Singers
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  • Summary: The third disc for the Twilight Singers, the side project for the Afghan Whigs' Greg Dulli, is a covers album, tackling such interesting, diverse subject matter as Bjork's "Hyperballad," John Coltrane's "A Love Supreme," and Marvin Gaye's "Please Stay (Once You Go Away)."
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  1. Positive: 12 out of 16
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  1. A wholly stunning album. [#7]
  2. A compellingly listenable record whose thematic signal points add up to one of the very, very few viable theme/concept albums composed solely of cover tunes.
  3. [Dulli] treats them all with the same ravenous intensity.
  4. The songs here often found their way into the group's tours for Blackberry Belle; this probably accounts for how much they resemble Twilight material, even as the original shape is maintained.
  5. Triumphantly succeeds in underlining Dulli's deft touch in understanding the magic woven into the fabric of great pop. [4 Sep 2004, p.73]
  6. It's still very plainly the Dulli Show, placing his cigarette-stained voice and oversized heartache front-and-center.
  7. Dulli sounds like he's performing at a Sunday pub gig. [Oct 2004, p.130]

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