- Record Label: Beggars XL
- Release Date: Sep 25, 2007
- Summary: The latest album from the Texas-based artist includes guest appearances by Gael Garc?a Bernal, Nick Valensi of The Strokes, and Rodrigo Amarante of Los Hermanos.
- Record Label: Beggars XL
- Genre(s): Rock, Folk
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The main problem with '...Thunder Canyon' though is it's long - 72 minutes long - which suggests when Banhart let his muse fly free, he forgot to keep a check on his ego, too. At its best, this is subtle, touching, beautiful. At its worst, it's meandering and smug. You're entertained, but unsettled.
Q MagazineIntriguing though Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon is, it remains unclear how he and his peculiar talent will thrive out there. [Oct 2007, p.104]
LoucasP.Oct 13, 2007Definitely one of the best albums of the year, "I remember"...
Georgeb.Sep 29, 2007it's an fantastic album...devendra is amazing, all of his albums are masterpieces.
GusDec 12, 2007Amazing.
KennethC.Oct 14, 2007Some surprises are gone. Some of the melody's seem to be lifted from other places. A couple tracks have cringe worthy lyrics. But for Some surprises are gone. Some of the melody's seem to be lifted from other places. A couple tracks have cringe worthy lyrics. But for the most part Devendra still makes me happy when I listen to him. And I believe that Is the main point of what he is actually trying to accomplish.… Expand
Apr 2, 2011Feels a bit directionless and seems to be an experiment. The songs don't really fit as a whole- Lover is a fabulous song, but is completelyFeels a bit directionless and seems to be an experiment. The songs don't really fit as a whole- Lover is a fabulous song, but is completely out of place. Individually, all the songs are great, especially the salient Shabop Shalom and the playful Tonada Yanomanista, but as a collective, it's a bit jolty and uncertain.… Expand
SweetL.Sep 28, 2007Hmmm, what happened with this album?
SpiderWebbOct 2, 2007More hippy-dippy verbiage from this stinky Marc Bolan plagiarist.
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