Fiona Apple “Fetch the Bolt Cutters”: all reviews

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Collect the bolt cutters, Fiona Apple’s fifth studio album and their first since 2012 The crazy wheel, is free and uncompromising, the kind of art she’s positioned to do all along. —Craig Jenkins, vulture
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Fiona Apple dived to save the world, once again – this time from the monotony of the forties by releasing her long-awaited new album, Collect the bolt cutters, its first since 2012 The crazy wheel. The lonely performer built his career on his terms, saying to Rachel Handler of Vulture: “While it may not be so important to me what is going on because of this album, it is important to me how I manage the way I am presented. In the past, there was so much going on that it wasn’t me. What’s awful, if the reason you were doing something was to be understood in the first place, you know? It still served him well, critics saying Collect the bolt cutters a masterpiece, a classic and perhaps his best album to date. At the very least, he was instantly acclaimed, including a number of five-star reviews and Pitchfork first perfect 10.0 in a decade; he also scored a rare 100 on Metacritic. But don’t just rely on us, read the reviews below – and for the love of God, spin the album!

Collect the bolt cutters, Fiona Apple’s fifth studio album and their first since 2012 The crazy wheel, is free and uncompromising, the kind of art she’s positioned to do all along. It’s crude and crude, without the lush touches of the producers who host the first two albums in the company of late 90’s indie-pop cognoscenti and the brilliant radio of Extraordinary machine. —Craig Jenkins, vulture



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