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These are faves of tall, fir(ry) man Thurston Moore. They were playing about 10 mins from my house last night so was I correct to stay in and watch 'Dad's Army' repeats instead? Possibly. Opener 'Suffer So Long' sounds not unlike the kind of pastoral acoustic drifting Moore faffs about with these days whilst 'Waiting on a Friend' sounds exactly like parts of J Mascis recent solo acoustic album with trademark croaky vocals. All the tracks seem to be gentle dual guitar evocations with hazy indistinct melodies and mumbled vocals. Its so laid back it might as well fall over. Occasionally as on 'Suicide' it recalls an unplugged, heavily sedated Sonic Youth but other than something to drift off to sleep on long shimmery afternoons I'm failing to see much here that will make me want to hear it again. But if you want an album that defines the word 'soporific' then this is it.
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