I Have Hands

Album Review of I Have Hands by The Bran Flakes.

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I Have Hands

The Bran Flakes

I Have Hands by The Bran Flakes

Release Date: Feb 24, 2009
Record label: Illegal Art
Genre(s): Indie, Rock, Pop

60 Music Critic Score
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I Have Hands - Average, Based on 2 Critics

PopMatters - 60
Based on rating 6/10

Decades ago, as hip-hop first weaved its way into mainstream-American consciousness, those outside its genesis asked questions about its staying power. The unenlightened eagerly labeled it a passing fad. In 2009, hip-hop has become an essential cultural, creative and commercial force, making it hard to believe such inquiries were ever made. While it is not a completely fair comparison, the areas of common ground shared by hip-hop and the mashup are bound to evoke similar questions about the longevity of the latter art form, an exciting and increasingly popular means of musical expression.

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Prefix Magazine - 60
Based on rating 6.0/10

The Bran Flakes are made up of Otis Fodder and Mildred Pitt, two people who choose to wear giant purple smiley-face masks when they appear in public. Any information dispatched from this duo is inevitably cloaked in childish rhetoric, filled with images of candy and kittens. Frankly, it reads a bit like a cult manifesto, which isn't far from the truth.

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