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Pj Harvey - Uh Huh Her (LP)

Pj Harvey - Uh Huh Her (LP)

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  • Format: Vinyl
  • Released: 4/30/2021


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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Brian DeMartino
Striking the balance

Purchased from another seller. While it doesn't the same attention commanding power, or ferocious intellect of Dry or Rid of Me, it also doesn't have the frequent, harsh changes of gear those albums have and the temptation to skip that comes with it. After going back to that well with the mostly uninspired and forgettable To Bring You My Love, Harvey made the right call by changing course with Is This Desire? wihich resulted a more refined but uneven set of gothic torch songs. After the mostly over rated Songs from th City, Songs from the Sea which was much thoughtfully composed but generally bland, Uh Huh Her marked a return to the raw and agressive form, and wove in the smoother more subdued type of song the in between albums featured. She showed that she could marry thw two basic musical drives, picking the best examples of each. The result, while I would rank it just below the 1A/1B of Dry and Rid of Me, is the most consistently listenable. Of the 14 tracks only Who the Fuck? and Cat on the Wall would be best skipped.