24 Songs, 1 Hour 21 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Like many home-recording artists before them who found that their half-baked ideas had a deceptive charm of their own, Foxygen—the duo of Sam France and Jonathan Rado—have recreated the craziness of their high school recording project but added superior fidelity and top-notch musicianship that can nail any genre at will. Reminiscent of R. Stevie Moore and/or Ween, Foxygen’s second album, …And Star Power, plays like an experimental mixtape with pop songs and ballads recalling the early '70s, bizarre jams, punk noise, and flashing moments of pure brilliance for more than 80 minutes of serendipitous madness. 

EDITORS’ NOTES

Like many home-recording artists before them who found that their half-baked ideas had a deceptive charm of their own, Foxygen—the duo of Sam France and Jonathan Rado—have recreated the craziness of their high school recording project but added superior fidelity and top-notch musicianship that can nail any genre at will. Reminiscent of R. Stevie Moore and/or Ween, Foxygen’s second album, …And Star Power, plays like an experimental mixtape with pop songs and ballads recalling the early '70s, bizarre jams, punk noise, and flashing moments of pure brilliance for more than 80 minutes of serendipitous madness. 

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Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
64 Ratings

64 Ratings

garebear79 ,

organized mess

I'm 53 andthis is why music just keeps on getting better

Ed Simon ,

A Mess

I absolutely love Foxygen’s last album.

This album has some good songs but way too many clunkers. As an album it’s a mess. It’s sprawling and not in a good way. I wish they had cut out about half of the songs.

Half-Cut Skeleton ,

groovy

why am i just now getting into foxygen??

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