This second album from California duo Foxygen feels like they went into the studio and tried to make every song in a different style, using the mid to late 60s and 70s as a reference point. There's a Stones-y swagger, some winsome 60s pop (like "Listen to What the Flower People Are Saying"), a touch of 70s AM gold, a dollop of T-Rex glam crunch, a little goofball pop a la MGMT, and a light patina of stoned psychedilia. It's derivative to be sure, but winning.
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