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Never Never Land

Album Review of Never Never Land by UNKLE.

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Never Never Land


Never Never Land by UNKLE

Release Date: Oct 26, 2004
Record label: Mo Wax
Genre(s): Indie, Rock, Electronic

40 Music Critic Score
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Never Never Land - Poor, Based on 1 Critics

The Guardian - 40
Based on rating 2/5

For 10 minutes in 1999, UNKLE's first album, Psyence Fiction, bleated out of every trendy shop, this James Lavelle/ DJ Shadow project having been deemed a fusion landmark. Before long, though, people were forced to admit that the UNKLE premise - the mating of doped-up drum'n'bass with rockster moaning by Thom Yorke, Richard Ashcroft et al - essentially sounded like seventh-generation remixes with famous people mumbling for free beer. Undaunted, Lavelle and new production buddy Richard File are giving UNKLE another whirl - same blueprint, new guests.

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