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1 review »Arguably Will Oldham's best album under the Palace guise lands somewhere between Neil Young’s “Harvest” and the brooding post-rock of Slint. The drums generally are definite and to the fore like, say, “Out On The Weekend”, also tracks like “The Brute Choir” ... »

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Viva Last Blues by Palace Music
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8/10 Penrith Steve Customer review, 16th October 2014

Arguably Will Oldham's best album under the Palace guise lands somewhere between Neil Young’s “Harvest” and the brooding post-rock of Slint. The drums generally are definite and to the fore like, say, “Out On The Weekend”, also tracks like “The Brute Choir” have a loose Neil Young feel. “Viva Ultra” smolders, with a dark undercurrent reminiscent of Slint. However, what makes this album special is the rockier “Work Hard/Play Hard”, the beautiful “New Partner”, which is one of Oldham’s very best and the delicate “We All, Us Three, Will Ride”. Sebadoh’s Jason Lowenstein is part of the band here, on bass.


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