Vulnerabilia

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  • Summary: This acclaimed debut album for the Manchester electronica duo moves through an incredibly wide range of styles over the course of its 11 tracks.
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  1. Uncut
    100
    The most original debut by a Manchester band since Squirrel & G-Man Twenty Four Hour Paty People..., maybe even Unknown Pleasures. [Sep 2002, p.116]
  2. It is one thing to make a clever record, it is quite another to make a clever record that could pass for a pop album, and which oozes humanity while simultaneously delivering a perfect snapshot of modern British life.
  3. Q Magazine
    60
    There's something truly peculiar going on here, and worth pursuing. [Sep 2002, p.110]
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  1. Foxy
    Mar 2, 2005
    9
    Some very quirky songs here, and a lot of range. Right from the 9-and-a-half minute "All I Ever Really Wanted Was A Good Time" to the Some very quirky songs here, and a lot of range. Right from the 9-and-a-half minute "All I Ever Really Wanted Was A Good Time" to the 40-second "If You Dare". This album may not have hit the big-time, but it is some quality music, and paves the way for a (hopefully) bright future for My Computer. Expand