Yeah Ghost - Zero 7
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  • Summary: The fourth album for Henry Binns and Sam Hardaker features a new singer, Eska Mtungwazi (longtime contributor Sia has branched off to her own solo career).
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 11
  2. Negative: 1 out of 11
  1. 80
    While they have been slowly inching in the direction of a purer pop record post-"Simple Things," Binns and Hardaker seem to have finally found their stride.
  2. 70
    Besides a couple of limp late-album tag-ons, it appears that, for once, the kings of chill-out have gotten downright animated. [Fall 2009, p.96]
  3. The music on Yeah Ghost is still Zero 7-but after a few cans of musical Red Bull.
  4. Anglo-Zimbabwean singer Eska Mtungwazi, in particular, lights up her tracks with vibrant performances that eclipse everything else here.
  5. While 'Pop Art Blue' strays a little close to coffee table pop, it's an absorbing jouney. [Oct 2009, p.119]
  6. Here's hoping that the pleasant-at-best Yeah Ghost is but a wispy, passing apparition, and not a haunting omen for similarly ineffective work in the future.
  7. Yeah Ghost is simply too experimental. [Fall 2009, p.74]

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  1. Jul 23, 2012
    8
    Yeah Ghost is the result of a musical evolution which nowadays not every ear is ready to revel. Sometimes album aren't really inspired byYeah Ghost is the result of a musical evolution which nowadays not every ear is ready to revel. Sometimes album aren't really inspired by something and just by accident there's an experimental and very fresh result. Expand