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Elliott Smith

Nude as the News: XO
Ben French's review: 'I think it took me a while to admit to myself that I liked it - simply because it was just too easy to like.' Rated 8.5.
Rolling Stone
Rob Sheffield's review: 'Features his most adventurous music ever.' 3 out of 5 stars. - Entertainment - 'Figure 8'
David John Farinella's review: 'Musically, 'Figure 8' is more ambitious than any of Smith's former offerings.' (May 18, 2000)
Armchair DJ - Figure 8
Wes Franklin's review: 'The songs don't grow old, but instead mature in a fashion that makes them more entertaining with each spin.' (June 7, 2000)
Splendid E-zine: Figure 8
Jason Broccardo's review: 'Think of 'Figure 8' as the work of a boy who took the big, 64 crayon box of Crayolas and made new colors that Crayola never thought possible.'
Metacritic: Figure 8
Multiple critic and user reviews for the album.
Stuart Bailie's review: 'It's dreamy and extreme: 'Either/Or' has no half measures.' 8/10.
Ink Blot Magazine: "Either/Or"
Jesse Fahnestock's review: ''Either/Or' feels like as much of an acoustic record as 'Five Leaves Left' or 'Blood on the Tracks,' which is partly down to the inconsequential playing and production, and partly because Smith's performance is so engrossing. Elliott Smith's Girlfriend Insists No Involvement In Death
Jennifer Chiba responds to the coroner's report being made public. (January 9, 2004)
Blender: "The Long, Slow Death of Elliott Smith"
Article discussing Smith's death and some of the events leading up to it. (January, 2004)
Launch: Tests on Musician's Death Inconclusive
Article about the result of the investigation into whether Smith's wounds was self-inflicted or the result of an attack. (December 30, 2003)
PopMatters: Elliott Smith
A review of Smith's February 2000 concert at The Black Cat, Washington, D.C. (February 20, 2000)
Chart Attack - Live: Elliott Smith
Chris Burland's review of a May 2000 concert: '...the audience was always provided with an array of musical styles for a performer who musically tends to play around with the same half-dozen chord changes.' (May 25, 2000)
The Horse: Elliott Smith
Review of a 1999 concert at the Shepherd's Bush Empire in London.
Luna Kafé - Elliott Smith: La Zona Rosa, Austin TX, 06.05.2000
Concert review by Derrick Detta: 'The show's peaks are mostly dead-on reproductions of the well-crafted sounds from the record.'
Elliott Smith Show Reviews
Collection of fan reviews and setlists, along with a brief profile.
Anonymity, Misery, Softness
Feature from L.A. Weekly. (May 5, 2000)
CMJ New Music Monthly: Alias Smith and Doe
Conversation/interview between Smith and singer/songwriter John Doe, formerly of X. (1998) Entertainment - "Elliott Smith keeps moving"
The singer-songwriter talks about moving to Los Angeles, labels and guns. (May 17, 2000)
Under the Radar: "Better Off Than Dead, Elliott Smith Comes Clean"
Article on Smith's treatment and work on 'From a Basement on the Hill,' with details on new songs and quotes not used in the print version. (June, 2003)
Student.Conversation: Elliott Smith interview on lyrics, the stigma of being known as a 'depressing acoustic player' and the album 'Figure 8.' (October, 2000)
Slate: New York in Reverse
Elliott Smith's idea of heaven was modest, like everything else about the songwriter. By Alex Abramovich. (October 22, 2003) Elliott Smith, 1969-2003
Obituary by Sarah Schmelling. (October 22, 2003)
Pitchfork: Elliott Smith Dead at 34
Obituary with fan's reminiscences. (October 22, 2003) Elliott Smith Dies
Obituary by Andrew Dansby. (October 22, 2003)
NPR: Singer Elliott Smith Dead in Apparent Suicide
'All Things Considered' radio piece, with links to previous interviews, song clips and a RealVideo presentation. (October 22, 2003) Singer/Songwriter Elliott Smith Found Dead, An Apparent Suicide
News story. (October 22, 2003)
KCRW: New Ground
Los Angeles radio station's hourlong tribute with Smith's songs and impressions from those who knew him. [RealAudio.] (October 25, 2003)
Magnet Magazine: The Moon is a Lightbulb Breaking
Remembrance by Corey duBrowa.
Willamette Week: Elliott Smith (1969-2003)
Portland alt-weekly's tribute with a history of Smith's time in the city and its influence on its work, local friends' and collaborators' reminiscences and discography.
The Tufts Daily: Elliott Smith Leaves a Legacy of Truth, Eloquence, and Melody
Jess Kaiser's tribute. (October 24, 2003)
Miami Herald: Singer Elliott Smith Dead at 34
Obituary by Ryan Pearson of The Associated Press. (October 22, 2003)
E! Online: Elliott Smith's Apparent Suicide
Obituary with links to fact sheet and reviews. (October 22, 2003)
ChartAttack: 10 Reasons Why Elliott Smith Was Cool
Tribute from a Canadian music magazine. (October 22, 2003)
The Toronto Star: Singer Elliott Smith, 34
Tribute by Ben Rayner. (October 23, 2003)
The Oregonian: Ex-Portland Songwriter Elliott Smith Dies at 34
Obituary with remembrances from some of those who worked with him. (October 23, 2003) Elliott Smith
Includes biography, recordings, pictures, articles, video files, and message board. Elliott Smith
Includes news, album reviews, biography, discography, links and bulletin board. Elliott Smith
Biography, videos, news, album reviews and features.
Pictures of Me
Image gallery featuring the singer.
Ink Blot Magazine: Elliott Smith Mothership
Links, album reviews, pictures, news, new releases and contests.
Fan site includes sound files, articles, video and pictures.
Elliott Smith News:
News about Elliott Smith continually updated from around the net.
Elliott Smith Mini Repository
Collection of concert MP3s.
Elliott Smith Gigography
List of performances, including set lists and bootleg information.
DreamWorks Records: Elliott Smith
Video clips and image gallery from the studio sessions for 'Figure 8.'
Sweet Adeline
Official site by fans includes news, discography, articles, reviews, pictures, fan art, tablature, and lyrics.
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