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Ryan Adams
29
Lost Highway

"It may be his best work since Gold, offering a welcome respite from the slough of despond in which Adams has languished since the Love Is Hell two-parter cast a pall of gloom over his muse a couple of years back." (The Independent)

"Scattered, slow-building and occasionally soporific, 29 is also unfortunately easy to dismiss-meaning naysayers will miss a handful of perfectly transcendent tracks." (Pitchfork)

"Ryan Adams has here proved, once and for all, that he doesn't have to play the game; the dilemma is that, by not doing so, he runs the risk of marginalizing himself." (Q)

"With the release of 29, Adams' third album this year ... it's hard not to wonder about supply and demand. The album's not terrible (not great either), but damn, man, we just weren't ready. Make us want you, tease us a little!" (Dallas Observer)

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