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Keigo Oyamada, or Cornelius to us, has been conspicuous in his absence since 2001’s deliriously good Point, which was just the kind of visionary post-pop album you imagined would emerge from his native Japan.

Rating: 8 ½ / 10

Mark Keane, 30 Apr 2007

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Rating: 8 ½ / 10
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