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91
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

They evoke the musical essence of various titans while achieving a wholly distinctive sound of their own. [7 Oct 2005, p.73]

91
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: 

They evoke the musical essence of various titans while achieving a wholly distinctive sound of their own. [7 Oct 2005, p.73]

91
Spin: 

In spite of all their stony sonic exploration, they never let Z turn into Zzzz. [Oct 2005, p.133]

90
Billboard: 

A bold leap forward. [8 Oct 2005]

90
Billboard: 

A bold leap forward. [8 Oct 2005]

90
Uncut: 

[A] triumphant resurrection. [Nov 2005, p.96]

90
New Musical Express: 

By balancing progression with consolidation, technology with tradition, MMJ have created a work of stunningly expansive ambition. [15 Oct 2005, p.36]

88
LOS ANGELES TIMES: 

"Z" moves away from the more overt Band and "The Notorious Byrd Brothers" references, closer to a convergence of Who-like playfulness and drive with R.E.M. mystery. [2 Oct 2005]

88
LOS ANGELES TIMES: 

"Z" moves away from the more overt Band and "The Notorious Byrd Brothers" references, closer to a convergence of Who-like playfulness and drive with R.E.M. mystery. [2 Oct 2005]

80
ROLLING STONE: 

There is an emphasis on keyboards, in pulse and architecture, that adds buoyancy and color to James' writing and flatters his keening, stratospheric tenor.

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