Slappers

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  • Summary: 'Slappers' is the second solo album for the vocalist best known for her work with Herbert.
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  1. Positive: 5 out of 8
  2. Negative: 0 out of 8
  1. Urb
    90
    Triumphant. [Jul/Aug 2006, p.130]
  2. It's a mellow album, but definitely quirky, and with enough rawness to offset her soft, pretty vocals.
  3. A surprisingly intimate, thought provoking and occasionally startling listen.
  4. At times outstanding and at others a bit frustrating, Slappers is a bit too uneven to be essential.
  5. Spin
    60
    The effect is like gauze with teeth--chill-out music that never stops looking over its shoulder. [Oct 2006, p.104]
  6. Slappers is a much more unified, low-key whole [than its predecessor], and it's both stronger and weaker for it.
  7. The album as a whole is moderately enjoyable while it's on, but that's about it.

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