White Hot Peach - Primitive Radio Gods
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 6
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  1. White Hot Peach proves that they cannot be dismissed as mere one-hit wonders. Primitive Radio Gods have created one of those rare recordings that is not only great, but is nearly essential.
  2. White Hot Peach displays a precise and inventive nature that has a lot in common with Guided By Voices' Do the Collapse.
  3. An exhilarating album... [March 2001, p.88]
  4. A fine album which often suggests Elliott Smith wreaking merry havoc in a library of sound effects. [May 2001, p.116]
  5. 60
    PRG has obviously matured to a point that allows them to avoid formula and the pressures of writing another hit song. This is both for the better and for the worse as PRG deliver an album that at times is both graceful pop art and long-winded pontification.
  6. The mix of frothy pop with a strange flavor makes this disc particularly compelling.