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70
Billboard: 

"Monkey House" was the band's experiment in '80s synth-rock, and with Elavedo's touch, the razor-sharp, reflective edges of the album's space-age cogs are smoothed and rounded, with the bright-hot electro-pop brought closer to loungey funk.

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70
Billboard: 

"Monkey House" was the band's experiment in '80s synth-rock, and with Elavedo's touch, the razor-sharp, reflective edges of the album's space-age cogs are smoothed and rounded, with the bright-hot electro-pop brought closer to loungey funk.

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60
PopMatters: 

To non-Dandys diehards, these will seem like small differences. Both albums have great, sometimes danceable pop hooks. But for Warholics, the nuances will be celebrated as re-connecting with their original artistic impulses.

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60
Uncut: 

An LP that once raved shamelessly now shuffles, twitchily. [Oct 2009, p.95]

60
Uncut: 

An LP that once raved shamelessly now shuffles, twitchily. [Oct 2009, p.95]

60
PopMatters: 

To non-Dandys diehards, these will seem like small differences. Both albums have great, sometimes danceable pop hooks. But for Warholics, the nuances will be celebrated as re-connecting with their original artistic impulses.

Read full review
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