Robert Christgau: Dean of American Rock Critics

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Morcheeba

  • Who Can You Trust? [Discovery, 1996] A-
  • Big Calm [Sire/China, 1998] Neither
  • Fragments of Freedom [Sire, 2000] Dud
  • Parts of the Process [Sire/Reprise, 2003] Dud

Consumer Guide Reviews:

Who Can You Trust? [Discovery, 1996]
A brother who's into blues, a brother who's into technology, and a sister (no relation) who sings so kind and calm there's a temptation to brand her bland. Believe me, that's just her soul talking. She and her place-setters are always thoughtful, often sad, rarely neurotic, never scary. Their record listens so easy you don't want me to classify it it trip-hop, and neither do I. But that's what it is. A-

Big Calm [Sire/China, 1998] Neither

Fragments of Freedom [Sire, 2000] Dud

Parts of the Process [Sire/Reprise, 2003] Dud