Wilderness - Brett Anderson
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  • Summary: The ex-Suede member releases his latest solo album.
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 6
  2. Negative: 1 out of 6
  1. The music is happy and content, the sound of both success and the comfort of being established enough to make an album entirely for yourself.
  2. The lascivious lyrics have gone, replaced by monotone melancholic musings on love and loss that initially grate, but actually compliment the minimalist cello and piano arrangements. [Oct 2008, p.139]
  3. Brett Anderson has reached a creative menopause.
  4. 40
    In Anderson's own context, it's slight, awkward stuff. [Oct 2008, p.110]
  5. 40
    Ten years on, that Britpop hangover won't shift. [Oct 2008, p.81]
  6. At best, his words are boring, silly or totally forgettable.
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  1. VerminDeathstack
    Oct 29, 2008
    8
    A very easy on the ear album, this one. It sort of slips past, each song folding nicely into the next. The simplistic style lends itself A very easy on the ear album, this one. It sort of slips past, each song folding nicely into the next. The simplistic style lends itself perfectly to Anderson Expand