19 Songs, 1 Hour 14 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With his prolific, eclectic bent, Ty Segall's sound has shifted broadly from album to album, but here, his many musical faces all bump up against each other with giddy abandon. The Black Sabbath-worthy "She" and the arena-rock roar of "Alta" share space with the punky frenzy of "Meaning," gently melodic folk-rock ballads "You Say All the Nice Things" and "Cry Cry Cry," and the quirky post-funk burble of "Despoiler of Cadaver." But Segall's loose-limbed zeal makes the whole thing hang together.

EDITORS’ NOTES

With his prolific, eclectic bent, Ty Segall's sound has shifted broadly from album to album, but here, his many musical faces all bump up against each other with giddy abandon. The Black Sabbath-worthy "She" and the arena-rock roar of "Alta" share space with the punky frenzy of "Meaning," gently melodic folk-rock ballads "You Say All the Nice Things" and "Cry Cry Cry," and the quirky post-funk burble of "Despoiler of Cadaver." But Segall's loose-limbed zeal makes the whole thing hang together.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
42 Ratings
42 Ratings
AbidingDude57 ,

Fanfukingtastic Ty!

I’m sold! What a great remake of the Hot Chocolate song. I preordered 12/29/2017

forwhomthejethrotulls ,

Best thing Ty’s done in years

Not since “Manipulator” has this guy cobbled together such a solid, infinitely listenable collection of songs. I think I even prefer this one to that effort. From the opening drumbeat of “Fanny Dog” to the final chords of the VERY Neil Young inspired “And, Goodnight” (a rendition of Segall’s own “Sleeper”) it is quite literally all good.

Peripheral7 ,

Refund please?

Have most of TS’s records which i dig but doubt I’ll be giving this a whirl much. Hope he leaves this 70s rock/funk phase soon..the sax makes me want to gag..

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