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Mon, 23 Jan 2006

Local Angel / Brant Bjork
From an early age we're told that you can't judge a book by its cover. But what they mean is that you can't always tell. Because sometimes the cover gives us a first impression that's right on the money.

Here's just such a case. From the minimalist monochrome cover art on Local Angel, the superficialist might expect a low key minimalist production. And right from Beautiful Powers, the first track, that's what Bjork (not to be confused with Björk, not that anyone but a superficialist would) delivers. Yeah, things get a little more produced by track two. But only a little more. After all, covers don't lie. Well, they do. Just not this time.

Local Angel
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