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4.0 out of 5 stars
Almost... but not quite, 18 Jun. 2003
After Pod, there may never be another ground-breaking Breeders album. Nothing could touch its sublimely female feel, the stripped-bare construction (long before White Stripes recorded De Stijl), the unique way real, living, breathing songs would grow out of a seemingly disconnected collection of sounds. But The Last Splash ended all that. It may have been what the public wanted, but we lost something really special about the Breeders. Title TK winds back the clock, as if to say, "making perfect indie pop was easy, but making something new and different is hard". Unfortunately where Pod was new and different, Title TK just isn't. It's very good, but it's all been done before. And unlike Pod, it won't improve with time.
Buy it, but only because it's a rehearsal for the album we know they are capable of.