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World Class Critic problem

I think we may all be missing the point here. Don Cab is back in the family... The mix is wonderful, if it sounded like What burns, or American Don we'd all have some lame advice to share. The music amazing, and we should all be thankful that Don is back with us. Wonderful album from start to finish.

Don't Call it a Comeback

Don Cab is back with their first album in six years. This record sounds more raw and heavy compared to American Don and What Burns Never Returns. I'm for it. A couple songs are too repetitive and sometimes annoying but for the most part this record is a jem. Welcome Back Don.

Still better than your average math-rock

I agree with the other reviews that the mix doesn't do the drums justice. The record sounds as if the guitars were meant to be emphasized. But I'm sorry, without Ian Williams Don Cab just can't pull that sort of thing off, no matter how amazing Che's chops get, which, by the way, just destroy. The songwriting seems to have taken 2nd or 3rd seat to the confused studio work. But all that said, I still find myself listening to this record over and over, nodding my head and rocking out.


Formed: 1991 in Pittsburgh, PA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Pittsburgh math rockers Don Caballero were one of the first bands to expand on the work of genre innovators like Bastro, Bitch Magnet, and (especially) Slint. Their music was entirely instrumental, and while their guitar interplay was as complex and dissonant as any of their peers, the real driving force behind their precisely calibrated attack was virtuosic drummer Damon Che. In essence, it was Che's manic explosions and stop-on-a-dime shifts in time signature that mapped out the trail his bandmates...
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