Hitchcock deals with present-day anxiety whimsically rather than specifically, while Rawlings and Welch provide an uncharacteristic but fitting mise en scene with their solemn plucking and barely suggested grooves, which function much like the shadowy cross-hatching you see in Edward Gorey’s drawings.
jasonJan 14, 2005Both hushed and adventurous. Luminous vocals, ripe guitars, and dusky lyrics. I will listen to this album for the rest of my life.
robynsucksNov 15, 2006this is SO bad!
YEPROCSUCKSMar 29, 2007Yep Roc continues to be the worst label on planet earth.
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