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I didn't get on with 'Skeletal Lamping' by Of Montreal AT ALL i'm sad to report. It's like they'd built an entire album around ideas culled from the most annoying falsetto pop song on their previous album, largely a work of flabbergasting genius -bar that track which I used to actually skip (I never usually skip songs on an album, just sit there gnashing my teeth for a few minutes & shouting o ...

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Limited coloured 7\" on Polyvinyl inc bonus download of videos or something.

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For Our Elegant Caste by Of Montreal
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6/10 Brian Staff review, 25 June 2009
I didn't get on with 'Skeletal Lamping' by Of Montreal AT ALL i'm sad to report. It's like they'd built an entire album around ideas culled from the most annoying falsetto pop song on their previous album, largely a work of flabbergasting genius -bar that track which I used to actually skip (I never usually skip songs on an album, just sit there gnashing my teeth for a few minutes & shouting obscenities - it's way more fun) 'For Our Elegant Caste' is typical of this cheesy pretentious grandoise pop. A blue vinyl 7" with a 'Depressed Buttons remix' which actually works much better for me than the original - a juddering electro pop thing where the vocals are sliced up and treated bit so they stutter and swoop in an interesting manner. Still sounds like an Hoxton mullet-club nightmare, mind. One thing I must commend this band for, they never become stuck in a rut........

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