We Fight Til Death - Windsor For The Derby
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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. 80
    If the likes of 154-era Wire, early Cure and New Order appeal, this is for you. [Oct 2004, p.101]
  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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