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1 review »Here's the new one from David Grubbs on Fat Cat. Old David has made some mighty fine records in his time. If you have a few quid to spare and want to hear a good record you could do worse than choose 'Camofleur' by his old band Gastr Del Sol. This new one is no 'Camofleur' but it's nice and pleasant and jaunty. The opening few tracks are nice and bouncy  - somewhere between The ... »

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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 05 December 2006
Here's the new one from David Grubbs on Fat Cat. Old David has made some mighty fine records in his time. If you have a few quid to spare and want to hear a good record you could do worse than choose 'Camofleur' by his old band Gastr Del Sol. This new one is no 'Camofleur' but it's nice and pleasant and jaunty. The opening few tracks are nice and bouncy  - somewhere between The Cannanes and Preston School of Industry. Its nice heartfelt college rock. Charming, inoffensive. Its only later in the CD that things get a bit more interesting. The old Grubbster is one of the greats  at putting ill fitting lyrics amongst odd intricate folky guitar. There's one or two more Talk Talk like abstract piano and vocal pieces which is more what I hoped for. Still, it has its moments and there's always a place on my stereo for the old chap.

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