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The Sadier steps out of the 'Lab and the results are great. The LP kicks off with a really strong track, a song called "One Million Year Trip". It's a song that has an ascending keyboard line that Rick Wakeman would be proud of and a motorik drum beat. The rest is great and its a solid album. It's a bit like Burt Reynolds. It's reliable and quite muscular. It doesn't have a moustache. It has ace production and superb musicianship in spades, and Sadier's voice is as charming and wistful as ever. This is the first solo album from the co-founder of Stereolab and there is a slight maudlin feel to some of the songs. The loss of a loved one and the need for stillness in a world that undulates and changes is prevalent on this LP. There is a lot to be said for this sort of musing. The whole thing is an enchanting exercise in amazing songwriting, with a fondness for subtle chord changes and beguiling melodies. If you crave sophistication and heartfelt compositions then this is the album you may have been wanting for some time. This album is a winnner!
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