Take Me to the Land of Hell - Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band
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8.6

Universal acclaim- based on 11 Ratings

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  1. Oct 10, 2013
    9
    I have been following Yoko Ono's music since 1981's "Season of Glass" the quintessential Yoko Ono album made immediately after husband/ex-beatle John Lennon was shot to death mercilessly outside their apartment building. This new album has lots for her legions of fans to enjoy. "Leaving Tim" and "Chesire Cat Cry" are my favorites. It's hard to actually say "favorites" because I like the whole album. It's the voice of a woman who has seen all the bad and great things life has to offer. And that's saying a lot. Yes, despite going through so much in life and now being 80 y.o. she continues on in her hip way making cool music which is relevant and worth listening to. John would be proud and happy over this album. This world lacks style, and most people prefer listening to tacky, throw-away, meaningless artists... Expand
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79

Generally favorable reviews - based on 13 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 12 out of 13
  2. Negative: 0 out of 13
  1. Jan 27, 2014
    80
    [The album blurs] genres with the same ease it blurs expectations. [Oct 2013, p.109]
  2. Dec 10, 2013
    80
    The album repeats and reiterates her major concerns--artistic, political--and renders them witty and endearing. [Oct 2013, p.51]
  3. Dec 3, 2013
    60
    Guesting on a Yoko Ono LP has become like getting cast in a Woody Allen film: an artistic validation and New York City-branded right of passage. It’s also clearly a hoot.