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Turn on the Bright Lights is widely regarded as one of the most influential records of the decade (2000-2009). Upon its release, Turn on the ... Read more Bright Lights received a score of 81 out of 100 from Metacritic based on 21 reviews, indicating "universal acclaim". Michael Chamy of The Austin Chronicle gave the album four stars out of five and said, "This is Interpol, and their robe is cut from cloth that matters: melodic Peter Hook-like basslines; the divine shoegazer textures of My Bloody Valentine and Ride; a peppy, Strokes-like bounce; and a singer who's a dead ringer for Ian Curtis. "Billboard gave the album a favorable review and said, "Employing layered guitars, probing bass lines, and the occasional synthesizer swoon, Interpol creates an homage to their particular vision of the '80s that stands proudly alongside the best of its idols. " Noel Murray of The A. V. Club also gave it a favorable review and said, "Interpol's virtue lies in the way its music unfurls from pinched openings to wide-open codas. " Scott Seward of The Village Voice likewise gave it a favorable review and said of Interpol: "If I like them because they remind me of eating bad bathtub mescaline in the woods and listening to Cure singles, well, that'll do. You might like them for completely different reasons. " Almost Cool gave it a score of 7. 5 out of ten and said, "As a debut full-length, the group is definitely doing some excellent stuff, but like any band that gets swept up by the hype machine, you may be disappointed if you expect too much. "

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