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The Guardian: 

The Tragic Treasury may be Merritt's most consistent album since 2000's remarkable 69 Love Songs - it's packed with fantastic melodies and mordant lyrical wit.

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Spin: 

[His] most consistently entertaining album since 1999's 69 Love Songs. [Dec 2006, p.96]

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Spin: 

[His] most consistently entertaining album since 1999's 69 Love Songs. [Dec 2006, p.96]

80
The Guardian: 

The Tragic Treasury may be Merritt's most consistent album since 2000's remarkable 69 Love Songs - it's packed with fantastic melodies and mordant lyrical wit.

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78
Pitchfork: 

What's surprising is that The Tragic Treasury turns out to be the most consistently enjoyable record Merritt has released this century.

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78
Pitchfork: 

What's surprising is that The Tragic Treasury turns out to be the most consistently enjoyable record Merritt has released this century.

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60
Uncut: 

It's both Gothic and arch, meaningless and amusing. [Nov 2006, p.110]

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Uncut: 

It's both Gothic and arch, meaningless and amusing. [Nov 2006, p.110]

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