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Customer Reviews

Creative but cluttered

The album does not lack in creativity; however, it can be musically overwhelming, with few moments of soft clarity to split up the cacophony. Barnes lyrics are as witty as ever but border on being self indulgent, distancing the listener from the music. It is a musical journey that may feel suffocating at times. Unfortunately the album lacks some of the "of montreal" musical hooks and melodies (they may be in there somewhere but are lost underneath the musical clutter) that drew me to this band originally. The merit of this album comes out in its attempt to push musical boundaries. Favorite song on first listen is sex karma (really enjoyed the duet with Solange).

Biography

Formed: Athens, GA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The brainchild of singer/guitarist Kevin Barnes, Of Montreal was among the second wave of bands to emerge from the sprawling Elephant 6 collective. A native of Athens, Georgia, Barnes was inspired to form the euphoric indie pop group in the wake of a broken romance with a woman from Montreal. He signed with Bar/None Records while living in Florida, subsequently moved to Cleveland and Minneapolis in search of compatible bandmates,...
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