album review: belle and sebastian
  • TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2010

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In 2006, Belle & Sebastia released The Life Pursuit, much to the chagrin of long-time fans who claimed the album "didn't sound like them." But from "Electronic Renaissance" to "A Space Boy Dream" to the second half of Dear Catastrophe Waitress, the band has never been shy to experiment. Tony Hoffer's production work brought the album a cleaner sound, and a few tracks carried some jazz undertones, but they weren't playing death metal or anything. So if you're hoping for a return to form, I'm afraid you might be disappointed — but I'm still not sure how far they strayed.

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