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There are a few things I'm impressed with Air for doing: resuscitating crusty, decades-old Moog blorps amidst the frenzy of millennial techno-utopian futurism, turning a new generation on to a certain vintage Gallic notion of jet-set sophistication, and getting indie- and punk-dominated college rock stations to play what essentially amounted to lounge prog. Most of all, there's the way they composed their music as an unapologetically frothy sort of cheese-pop without letting it get dominated by snorting insincerity or self-conscious… read more



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  • Avatar for peppergod
    It's aging well. Good for it!
  • Avatar for tcbp
    I don't know why I bought this one before downloading it.....
  • Avatar for roemilca111
    let's just forget this album ever even existed.
  • Avatar for Jim_Lithium
    They must be fans of Neu!.
  • Avatar for cccarnero
    I'm totally in love with Eat my beat
  • Avatar for Beefheart-
    Sounds more like an entire album instead of collection of Air pieces. Just excellent overall. There hasn't been a bad Air album yet.
  • Avatar for DuuNfox
    great album for me
  • Avatar for EchotheSun
    If you get the influences, specifically the french ones, from the early 70s, then you'll probably treasure this record; it had such a great warm analogue sound and consistency throughout, and every song fits perfectly in it's place like a film soundtrack from that era (for some reason i'm thinking of Cannabis), not to mention all the nods to françoise (and even a cover at the end(!)...for me it's only second to moon safari, and a million better than pocket symphony which left me frozen. adore this record. :)
  • Avatar for kaw1216
    2 or 3 songs are good, but where is the AIR i know and love??? i hate to say it.. but i'm pretty dissapointed with this album.
  • Avatar for topjim
    This album's not so bad :¬)

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