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Britt Daniels and cohorts apocolyptically prepare passionate romantics towards felicity in this seldom purchased and puzzeling to percieve work. Lights go on, lights go off - do you wonder where the room comes from / goes to? Spoon answers this question with vague threats towards our voyeuristic older generations. An album that has delighted some to madness: Transference!



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  • Avatar for SlideAway
    Didn't like it when it first came out, but I love it now. There are higher highs on GGGGG, GF & KTM, but this is the only Spoon album where I don't skip a single song.
  • Avatar for Offino
    it may be their worst..
  • Avatar for idlegram31
    I love this album.
  • Avatar for Night_Special
    criminally underrated [2]
  • Avatar for scarredforlyfe
    criminally underrated
  • Avatar for RIPELIVEJAM
    not my fave of theirs, still love it to bits.
  • Avatar for Dylanisgod2
    destined to be looked back upon as Spoon's 'mature' classic record
  • Avatar for falskmyntarn
    this album just grows by every listen. it's rapidly approaching geniusness.
  • Avatar for reagan0
    The first Spoon tune I heard was Written in Reverse, although I didn't know who it was at the time, as the radio announcer didn't say. It was several months later that I found out, and heard more of their stuff, when they appeared on Austin City Limits. I immediately bought Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga, then this album. Now, I've got them all. I'm hooked. I haven't heard something this fresh since Elvis Costello & the Attractions (back in the day).
  • Avatar for MarcoXalana
    I agree that this is not their best moment but it's Spoon here - the quality bar is still pretty high.

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