Positive: 17 out of 17
Mixed: 0 out of 17
Negative: 0 out of 17
Positive: 12 out of 12
Mixed: 0 out of 12
Negative: 0 out of 12
JimRJun 5, 2003Best CD released so far this year.
RocoBApr 21, 2007One of my all-time favorite albums.
mattaMay 27, 2005I rarley give a 10, but there really is not a single bad track on here. I feel bad for Joe Pernice though, because every cd that he puts out I rarley give a 10, but there really is not a single bad track on here. I feel bad for Joe Pernice though, because every cd that he puts out is incredible and he can only decide a few singles (although every song is worthy) for each one. Can't wait for his next one.… Expand
LJMar 30, 2007Another brilliant album by the Pernice Brothers and it's probably there best work to date!
MikeJApr 11, 2007Some of the the most genuine, uplifing and feel good music I've heard in years! Thank you guys for this wonderful album!
ACMar 30, 2007Once again, Joe & Company prove why there one of the most reliable bands around. And there 3rd LP "Yours, Mine & Ours" proves my point. No Once again, Joe & Company prove why there one of the most reliable bands around. And there 3rd LP "Yours, Mine & Ours" proves my point. No wonder this has a 88 on metacritc, it's a beauiful record & joy to listen to. Joe Pernice has to be one of the best song writers in the music industry, right now. I don't know if "Yours, Mine & Ours" is not my favorite of their's, it's probably "Discover A Lovelier You" but YMO isn't too far behind, I don't there both probably neck & neck for first. Anway, this album has tons & tons gems, for example-- One Foot in the Grave, Baby in Two, Blinded by the Stars, The Weakest Shade of Blue & Sometimes I Remember. Overall, great album and one of the best of 05.… Expand
JoeJun 5, 2003Less sweeping, more intimate then "The World Won't End." I'm starting to believe that the Pernice Brothers might write the Less sweeping, more intimate then "The World Won't End." I'm starting to believe that the Pernice Brothers might write the prettiest pop songs right now.… Expand
Published: December 15, 2009Our best of the decade coverage begins with a look at the top-rated albums and artists of the past 10 years. Who finished on top? A band from Austin, and a record that was 37 years in the making.
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