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Boomkat Product Review:
This 1990 Galaxie 500 album draws its title from the classic Ornette Coleman LP of the same name and transpired to be the group's final studio outing. There seems to be a slight expansion of the Galaxie 500 sound on this outing, expanding upon the dream-pop building blocks of prior outings with a heavier drum sound and more textural guitars. Songs like 'Hearing Voices' and 'Spook' soar magnificently, while elsewhere, the woodwind solos of 'Way Up High' and miniature fanfares in 'King Of Spain Part 2' take the group's aesthetic into fresh directions - there's really not a single moment in Galaxie 500's discography that's not imbued with some measure of magic. The closing cover of the Velvet Underground's 'Here She Comes Now' makes for a fitting full-stop in the band's lifespan as a recording entity, effectively bringing their sound full-circle.