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From the nascent verve of 1993's epochal debut The Stars Are Insane to the more haphazard yet equally great Secret Swingers (1996), on through the glossier pop sheen of Two Cents Plus Tax (1998) and 2000's apparent swansong Hurrah, Versus has consistently astounded. And even though it's been a decade since we've heard from them, they're still one of the best bands out there--gritty yet melodic, serene yet explosive, and balanced on the brink in a way that has become somewhat of a lost art. On the Ones and Threes also features the reappearances of original member Edward Baluyut, and engineer Nicolas Vernhes (Animal Collective, Deerhunter, Cat Power, Spoon) who worked on Secret Swingers and Two Cents Plus Tax.
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Review Versus - On the Ones and Threes 2LP
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