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  • As in, if this album had the kick that Slint's Tweez or Jesus Lizards' Head has it would be tremendously more enjoyable
  • the album is lacking some power though (which is certainly a rare statement). Too bad albini didn't produce it, he would've done a great job
  • I find most female singers to be sort of irritating, but not PJ....I quite like this album
  • PartySanCTG's album production pseudo-knowledge bitching strikes again.
  • ★★★★★
  • best+1
  • I wonder how much of a say PJ had in the production of this album, given that this is her "most mathy" songwriting... perhaps she wanted to ensure the intertwining guitar and drum parts were always audible, and as a results the album loses a lot of punch
  • Her best album
  • What you two are missing is the fact that I have tried to turn Dry up to the maximum volume I can, and it STILL DOESN'T ROCK PROPERLY. Whatever brainless fuckhead was in charge of engineering it basically delivered a bloody masterclass in how to fuck up a perfectly good album by chopping off its balls in post-production. This is an album that should kick out the fucking jams, and all it can barely manage is some garage band thrashing about. Sheela-Na-Gig needs to sound all-consuming, not the wimpy, fussy arseing about with muffled, buried vocals it ends up sounding like. The album is supposed to easily jump the hurdle, but it gets tripped up and faceplants under it, all thanks to an incompetent idiot being put behind the mixing desk. Thanks, stupid engineer. Thanks so very much for ruining Dry for me. Thanks, I really appreciate being unable to properly appreciate an album because of your fuck-up.
  • For me, Rid of Me has a fantastic production which should never be touched. It's meant to played loud which, upon doing so, will reveal an immense dynamic range. Everything Albini touched has the most beautiful sound, The Jesus Lizard and Dirty Three being other favourites. Let's not forget Surfer Rosa, as well. Dry, however, doesn't quite have it. All my opinion alone, of course.

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