After two exciting and critically acclaimed albums—Turn On The Bright Lights and Mammoth— on Matador, NYC's Interpol made its major move to Capitol with the release of Our Love To Admire in 2007. The LP, which for the first time the incorporated keyboards and played with a variety of textures, includes singles like "The Heinrich Maneuver" and "Mammoth," quickly bringing us back to the 2000s post-punk revival wave that the group helped create alongside contemporaries like the Strokes. Day one fans consider Our Love To Admire to be the point where Interpol lost some of its sauce, but it remains the band's highest charting effort. This is the 10th anniversary 180g reissue, and the tracks have been remastered.
- gatefold sleeve
- music label: Capitol Records 2007 / 2017
reviewed by nakaveli 08/2017
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