The Invisible Deck

Album Review of The Invisible Deck by The Rogers Sisters.

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The Invisible Deck

The Rogers Sisters

The Invisible Deck by The Rogers Sisters

Release Date: Mar 7, 2006
Record label: Too Pure / Beggars Banquet
Genre(s): Indie, Rock

80 Music Critic Score
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The Invisible Deck - Very Good, Based on 1 Critics

AllMusic - 80
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80

On 2004's brilliantly spiky mini-album Three Fingers, the Rogers Sisters perfected the bouncy-yet-taut sound they originated on Purely Evil. On their Too Pure debut, The Invisible Deck, they sound just as insistent but a little less impish as they expand their palette to include slower tempos, different instrumentation, and a wider emotional range (all of which are present on the spooky, sinuous, flute-embellished "Your Littlest World"). "Never Learn to Cry" -- which sports great lyrics like "do memories forget when no one is around?" -- and "Emotion Control" are both surprisingly vulnerable moments from a band whose usual emotional state lies somewhere between clever and cheeky.

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