Types Of Wood

  • Record Label: Brille
  • Release Date: May 16, 2006
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  1. CooperC
    Jun 21, 2006
    8
    I'm afraid that people are looking much deeper into Whirlwind Heat than is needed. They are a fun band with fun music that is fun to listen to. It's obvious that they aren't The White Stripes' long lost twin as most hoped they would become, but instead, it's damn near impossible to find a band that vaguely resembles Whirlwind Heat and manages to pull it off like I'm afraid that people are looking much deeper into Whirlwind Heat than is needed. They are a fun band with fun music that is fun to listen to. It's obvious that they aren't The White Stripes' long lost twin as most hoped they would become, but instead, it's damn near impossible to find a band that vaguely resembles Whirlwind Heat and manages to pull it off like they do. While "Types of Wood" is completely different (and a bit weaker) than their last release "Do Rabbits Wonder," it still manages to pack a punch that is hard to find these days in music. Key Tracks: Slugger, Umbrella People Expand
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Mixed or average reviews - based on 7 Critics

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  1. Alternative Press
    60
    The band's anti-everything style can get annoying if you don't have the patience for heavy doses of idiosyncrasy in your rock. [Jul 2006, p.204]
  2. New Musical Express (NME)
    60
    So unashamedly beaming with the spirit of 1991 that it should be wearing a flannel shirt and a woozy expression. [22 Apr 2006, p.41]
  3. An album of repetitive, insipid riffs: eleven tracks flakier than chippings and more irritating to your facial passages than toxic MDF sawdust.