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Pinback is Pinback is Pinback. And I love every layer of clarion harmony, single-finger keyboard, and bouncing-rubber rhythm. The title track is definitely a bastard child of the twosome’s self-titled 1998 debut, but I prefer to think of it this way: These guys are so distinctive, they can’t help but sound like themselves. —Anne Marson