Making Music So You Don't Have To
On first impression Making Music So You Don’t Have To is a ticklish, impulsive body of work, but its happy, functional marriage of strings, piano and guitars hints that the band have played nice, taken their hyperactivity medication and developed the album into a gratifyingly mature, ambitious and reflective work.
Rating: 3.5 / 5
Tanya Sweeney, 28 Feb 2005
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