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  • Summary: The now Philadelphia-based band's fifth album in its ten-year history marks its debut for Secretly Canadian. What's not so secret is that the disc was produced by Dan Burton (Early Day Miners).
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  1. With absolutely perfect production, the end result is one that’s embracing, textured, warm, and still fun.
  2. Well-played post-rock was always the bedrock of Windsor's sound, but they've added angst, a flayed post-punk edge, and new-wave organ loops to their ambition, creating a sound that should be familiar to Yo La Tengo fans, yet remains distinctly this band's own.
  3. McNeely and Matz have found their calling and left a lasting impression with this fierce yet fragile album.
  4. Overall, this record is strong throughout, illuminated with inspiration and optimistic subject matter.
  5. 70
    WFTD occasionally give in to the urge to crank up the fuzz and play straight-up indie rock, but the narrower each song's scope is, the more it feels like it should go on forever. [Oct 2004, p.131]
  6. We Fight Til Death gets distracted easily; all of its ideas are great, but they don't always come to fruition.

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