“one of the most original rock bands to have come along in the last decade”
THE NEW YORK TIMES
“the best band in the world”
“has the undeniable power of complete originality”
“Any band can be prolific, but only a truly great one can inspire you to keep caring.”
TIME OUT NEW YORK
"Deerhoof can walk into any musical territory and make it their own."
“Deerhoof takes risks as naturally as the rest of us breathe.”
“World's Best Live Band”
TIME OUT NEW YORK
“Deerhoof are the most creative band in indie rock today”
"as restlessly inventive as ever, but never at the expense of the songs' immediate hit…healthily elated with new ideas…an absolute joy."
"Theirs is a rare ability to combine ideas, emotional depth and melodic thrills."
“a perfect album”
SPIN (on Milk Man)
“Accuse Deerhoof of whatever you want -- just don't say they do the same thing twice”
“magical...absurdly catchy...a pure expression of musical joy”
“Deerhoof makes the difficult wonderful”
THE NEW YORKER
“unfathomable brilliance from start to finish”
“downright epic...pop gem, multifaceted and sparkling with creativity”
“I wouldn't hesitate to call Deerhoof the best live act on tour right now, a frenetic powerhouse that peaks on the edge of collapse. Their furious energy is seldom equaled, hyperkinetic noise blasts coupled with snippets of sing-song-y tunefulness...absolutely brimming with those off-kilter melodic ideas that should not work but do...”
released January 23, 2007
Written and played by Satomi Matsuzaki, John Dieterich, and Greg Saunier. Recorded by Deerhoof at home, by Jay and Ian Pellicci at Tiny Telephone, Eli Crews at New, Improved Recording and by Michael Zelner at the Castro Theater in San Francisco. Mixed by Deerhoof and Ian Pellicci.
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