Hate For anyone disappointed by the undercooked production on the latest Flaming Lips CD (c'mon, you're out there somewhere), pick up the Scottish indie-pop quartet's fourth… Hate For anyone disappointed by the undercooked production on the latest Flaming Lips CD (c'mon, you're out there somewhere), pick up the Scottish indie-pop quartet's fourth… 2003-01-21 The Delgados
Music Review

Hate (2003)

EW's GRADE
A-

Details Release Date: Jan 21, 2003; Lead Performance: The Delgados

For anyone disappointed by the undercooked production on the latest Flaming Lips CD (c'mon, you're out there somewhere), pick up the Scottish indie-pop quartet's fourth album. As with the Lips' great ''Soft Bulletin,'' the lovely ''Hate'' bears the wonderful signature symphonic psychedelia of producer Dave Fridmann. Oh, and the songs are pretty nice, too, with co-vocalists Emma Pollock and Alun Woodward crooning catchy tunes about the darkest of emotions.

Originally posted Feb 14, 2003 Published in issue #695 Feb 14, 2003 Order article reprints
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