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SPOON - Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga

spoon-gagagagaga.jpgSpoon's 2002 release, Kill The Moonlight, saw songwriter Britt Daniel's career go from major-label pop casuality to indie-rock's patron saint of economy. It was a happy twist of fate that so gifted a writer got the second chance denied many others. It is an opportunity that he seems determined not to waste. Not that Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga gives off an air of desperation. Rather, Daniel and his cohorts ply their craft with such skill and fluidity that their records appear effortless. Endlessly hooky and the bearer of subtle intelligence, Ga is yet another great Spoon record. Enough said.

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