Album on Rotation Today—Old World Underground, Where Are You Now by Metric

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Pitchfork:

One of the most stunning successes on Old World Underground, Succexy” takes issue with the political agenda of the U.S. government from a more creative stance than the indie world’s typical anti-Bush rhetoric and generalizations. Instead of placing the blame purely on the government, Haines claims, All we do is talk, sit, switch screens/ As the homeland plans enemies.” Slipping between power chords and her own serpentine synth lines, Haines juxtaposes sex and war without sounding lost in her own thoughts.

Ah, simpler times.


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