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  • Summary: The Los Angeles-based California-rock outfit led by Darren and Ann Do Rademaker returns with a third album.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 17
  2. Negative: 0 out of 17
  1. It's essentially more of the same kickabout beach-pop that Brian Wilson might have sounded like if he'd listened obsessively to '80s indie legends Felt while he was plaing in his sandpit. [1 Jul 2006, p.36]
  2. It's consistently catchy, and produced with a broad enough vision so that it doesn't get repetitive.
  3. 70
    Bright, anxious pop-rock melodies that pulse with a geeky charm. [Sep 2006, p.114]
  4. While the guitars shimmer, and there’s a pretty little keyboard solo, the vibe he’s attempting to rouse ends up stale. [#15]
  5. 60
    Though varying little from past Tyde albums, Three's Co. is a welcome tribute to summer. [Sep 2006, p.139]
  6. Three’s Co. offers enough “new stuff” to ward off complacency (and criticisms thereof) while further strengthening the sonic and lyrical groundwork the band has already laid.
  7. There's nothing new here. [May 2006, p.131]

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 2
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  1. FdezA
    Oct 5, 2006
    7
    Ok. Nothig special but good songs and charm melodies.
  2. mikes.
    Sep 1, 2006
    5
    The reviews so far have been non-impressive and I'd have to agree. There seems to be not much of a change from their previous album and The reviews so far have been non-impressive and I'd have to agree. There seems to be not much of a change from their previous album and the production has gotten worse. Songwriting is average, not a bad release, but nothing special. Expand