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Initial critical response to drukQs was positive, though not as much as his previous albums under the Aphex Twin name. While at its 2001 release Alex Needham of NME called it "beautiful" and "bulging with goodies", [8] Spin 's Simon Reynolds criticised the album as "unimpressive" and "trapped by [its] potential for infinitesimal tweakage" [13] and Pat Blashill of Rolling Stone called it his "most irrelevant album to date". [11] Later, though, in the New Rolling Stone Album Guide in 2004, Sasha Frere-Jones declaimed that "weirdly dismissed by many, Drukqs is often spectacular". [12] At Metacritic , which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album has received an average score of 66, based on 21 reviews. [3]

Featuring David Bowie’s haunting last rites, a Parisian revolution, an all-powerful Beyoncé, a dancing robot, a weeping Naomi Campbell, a kid from “Stranger Things,” a bunch of sheep in a gym, and more


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