Caribou ‎– The Milk Of Human Kindness

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1 Yeti 5:01
2 Subotnick
Written-By – Bert Keyes, Sylvia Robinson
1:05
3 A Final Warning 7:15
4 Lord Leopard 1:37
5 Bees 5:23
6 Hands First 0:29
7 Hello Hammerheads 2:42
8 Brahminy Kite 5:22
9 Drumheller 1:33
10 Pelican Narrows 3:50
11 Barnowl
Guitar – Brad Laner
5:50

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℗ 2005 The Leaf Label Ltd.
© 2005 The Leaf Label Ltd.
under exclusive license for North America
to The Domino Recording Company Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 801390005022
  • Matrix / Runout: 3TRH3<0068>DNO050
  • Other (Inner Ring): MUSIC MAN SERVICES

Other Versions (5 of 13) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BAY 42CD Caribou The Milk Of Human Kindness(CD, Album) Leaf BAY 42CD UK 2005 Sell This Version
BAY 42 CDP Caribou The Milk Of Human Kindness(CD, Album, Promo) Leaf BAY 42 CDP UK 2005 Sell This Version
R6311CD Caribou The Milk Of Human Kindness(CD, Album) Rogue Records, Leaf R6311CD Australia 2005 Sell This Version
BG 61918 Caribou The Milk Of Human Kindness(LP, Album, RE, TP, W/Lbl) Leaf BG 61918 UK 2017 Sell This Version
DNO 50LP Caribou The Milk Of Human Kindness(LP, Album) Domino USA DNO 50LP US 2005 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

April 13, 2016

Caribou, formerly Manitoba, squeezes out THE MILK OF HUMAN KINDNESS, losing none of the folksiness. If anything, the sunny psychedelia of "Yeti" only pushes forward. "Subotnick" takes things a little slower, though "A Final Warning" burbles with energy. Snaith seems much more in control of his material here than on UP IN FLAMES, and the sound is cleaner as a result (though there's still plenty of chaos on the "Hands First" interlude). Elsewhere, the hip-hop and archaic keyboards of "Lord Leopard" offers up an interesting contrast, while the funk bass of "Bees" sets down a distinct groove. But the folksiness returns en force on "Hello Hammerheads" and with a touch of clattering percussion on "Brahminy Kite." The looped string sample on "Drumheller" leads back into the lovely beats and quaint harps of "Pelican Narrows." An album you can drink all day!