yarightJan 10, 2005this is the best record ive heard in a long time. These guys are amazing.
JackJul 12, 2006Oh yes... Ohhh yes.
davepvSep 6, 2005I've been listening to this album for 5 years since its release. It never gets stale; always enthralls. Such energetic vitriol through the fractured prism of young men trying to make sense of things. (Yeah, I was a young man when purchased; still am). Yet they never do-- make sense of it, I mean. They are on a ceaselessly eliptical loop here and it collapses into despair and darkness and desolation. Its all the more breathtaking for it. But, man, that energy. Did I mention it rocks!?… Expand
JulioPOct 4, 2006A fantastic album. You will listen to this over and over...
TomPJun 29, 2009It doesn't matter whether you're a fan or not; you need to get this album somehow, immediately. I'm not exaggerating when I say that this is easily one of the ten best albums to come out in this decade.… Expand
Mar 22, 2011Took me awhile to fully appreciate this album but what an album it is. Sounds completely different from Modest Mouse today. The lyrics are dark and the tracks are teetering on the edge of Neo-psychedelic rock. The lyrics are very well written and it's just a really good album. All In All, you may not like it the first time but give it a second go and you'll definitely enjoy this album. A-… Expand
timeNov 14, 2006Give me a break! Spin magazine was right the first time. And this was back when Spin was considered groundbreaking. Nobody even payed attention to this album until "Float On" became a hit. People were pissed off at them for making it big so they just went to this album because it was more "Indie" than "Good News..." Hating a band because they had a hit. How pathetic. Good News is not only their best but it's one of the best albums of the entire decade.… Collapse
Published: December 15, 2009We collect over 20 best-of-the-decade lists from leading music publications and websites, and reveal which albums turn up the most.
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