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We Are Scientists 

With Love and Squalor

We Are Scientists
With Love and Squalor
Although some critics complained the Brooklyn trio relied too heavily on the songs-about-girls-and-boozing formula, that’s a small criticism when fewer indie rock records sounded as consistently fun in 2006. Backed by a collection of excellent singles (“The Scene Is Dead,” “Nobody Move, Nobody Gets Hurt” and “It’s a Hit”), We Are Scientists show that too much of one thing isn’t always bad.
Johnston Farrow
categories: Best of the year (2006)

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