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"Casablancas and co. sound loose, and they've regained a lot of the coolest-dudes-in-New York swagger that made them so initially exciting." (The Onion)

"If there is a sense that this is the Strokes' last chance to carve an enduring career for themselves, then it's a challenge they've decided to tackle without any reinvention of their trademark sound." (Q)

"Make-or-break may be too heavy a responsibility to hang on the Strokes' third LP ... but it's hard not to think of the album as a harbinger of the band's future." (The Village Voice)

"Clearly, at the heart of this overgrown squall of a record, there's a sense that the Strokes feel they have something to prove. If only they'd been able to decide upon what that is with greater clarity." (Mojo)

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