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- 0644110020017 / 180g gatefold LP on Polyvinyl Records includes big booklet and download code
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6/10 Phil Staff review, 09 September 2010
When did Of Montreal get so big? I'm not entirely sure what happened to make 'em as popular. It can't just be that the sister of Beyonce is a big fan. There's got to be more to it than that? well if you plunder the depths of their back catalogue you'll find some choice morsels (including the single I released knocking on 10 years ago which was smart). The last album pooed me out a bit though. So what's False Priest like? Well it's more of the same Prince influenced wonky kids 60's pop which is ludicrously catchy and ever so slightly annoying at the same time. On second listen it's not bothering me as much it did first listen which is a good sign. The songs are still all over the shop with seemingly random bits of music appearing here and there but it's all in the style of Of Montreal's quirky pop. Did you see them on that Gabba Gabba episode? Thee's a whole album full of kids party tunes here!
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