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  • Summary: The latest full-length release from St. Vincent was self-produced and features contributions by Rachel Eckroth, Josh Freese, Dave Grohl, Mark Guiliana, Cate Le Bon, Justin Meldal-Johnsen, Stella Mogzawa, and David Ralicke.
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  1. Positive: 20 out of 21
  2. Negative: 0 out of 21
  1. May 13, 2024
    100
    With such a consistently adept and fresh discography, it’s impossible to call this album St Vincent’s best, yet it’s quite easily her fullest, building on everything she’s already achieved while also treading new ground. If she is to be known by one record, let it be ‘All Born Screaming’.
  2. Apr 25, 2024
    100
    What ties it all together is her beautifully honed skill as a songwriter. For all the sonic uproar, the melodies are impossible to miss, and so is the personality she imprints across the album: troubled but self-aware, wryly funny, the doubts and fears and worries she expresses completely at odds with the confidence of her approach to risk-taking, shape-shifting music.
  3. Apr 26, 2024
    90
    Another radical musical/ psychological metamorphosis. [Jun 2024, p.39]
  4. 80
    The result is a record that is by turns lush and ethereal, a sonically cohesive venture into slightly unfamiliar territory.
  5. Apr 29, 2024
    80
    From the noisy low end of lead track Broken Man, through Flea’s prowling industrial pop and the superlative goth jazz, Bond-like theme of Violent Times, it’s a loud and unapologetically varied work.
  6. Apr 25, 2024
    80
    It’s music that evokes the terror we all share in just being alive, and the way that fighting through it is a form of constant rebirth we all share, too. That’s the kind of truth this album excavates and celebrates many times, and why this is some of Annie Clark’s most satisfyingly urgent music yet.
  7. Record Collector
    Jun 12, 2024
    60
    Not her best, but never dull. [Jun 2024, p.103]

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