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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

The outcome is akin to an artistic explosion.

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Billboard: 

The New York quartet retains its flair for dramatic images and ominous guitar lines on its major-label debut, but with producer/ mixer Rich Costey onboard, these signatures uncoil into more complex soundscapes.

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LOS ANGELES TIMES: 

Our Love to Admire will be looked back on as that tricky third record, the one it's cool to like best.

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The Guardian: 

When it works, it's undoubtedly impressive: impressive enough, in fact, to counter the fact that Interpol are pretty light on ideas of their own.

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ROLLING STONE: 

Here's the solid, understated third album that digs in without trying to break new ground.

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Pitchfork: 

Admire finds the band's balance shifting significantly; the rhythm players often seem more like glorified session men than integral components of a sleek post-punk machine.

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PopMatters: 

Our Love to Admire is the perfect soundtrack for an eighth grade dance, but for actual adults who know better, it's best to avoid this mess.

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