You Don't Know Anything

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  • Summary: The six-track min-album contains tracks that did not fit with second full-length Tales from Terra Firma.
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  1. Dec 4, 2013
    70
    It speaks volumes that, despite their often silly perspectives, these songs still manage to be weirdly affecting.
  2. Dec 4, 2013
    60
    It's not that these songs are bad--the arrangements are glorious, though occasionally a little florid, and the melodies are present and correct--more that they don't sound quite right.
  3. Dec 4, 2013
    60
    The beefy, Steeleye Span-meets-MGMT rocker "The Sixth Wave" are spilling over with ideas, and would probably have fit right in on Terra Firma's ambitious back end, while the amiable title cut, a breezy two-chord shuffle that should please fans of the band's hook-filled debut, delivers the EP's most instantly gratifying moments of pop acumen.
  4. 60
    Things go slightly awry with the stodgy prog-rock textures of “Clockwatching” and “The 6th Wave”, but it's the work of a band obsessed with a multitude of musical directions, which has to be A Good Thing.
  5. Q Magazine
    Jan 28, 2014
    60
    There is a whiff of leftovers to You Don't know Anything's six songs. [Feb 2014, p.120]