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The New Abnormal is the long awaited new album from The Strokes, and the band''s first album in seven years. The album was announced with the first track and video, "At The Door." The New Abnormal is The Strokes'' sixth studio album and was recorded at Shangri-La Studios in Malibu, California, with producer Rick Rubin. The album''s cover artwork is a painting called ''Bird on Money,'' by famed artist Jean-Michel Basquiat. The Strokes are singer Julian Casablancas, guitarists Nick Valensi and Albert Hammond Jr, bassist Nikolai Fraiture and drummer Fabrizio Moretti.

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1 The Adults Are Talking
2 Selfless
3 Brooklyn Bridge To Chorus
4 Bad Decisions
5 Eternal Summer
6 At The Door
7 Why Are Sundays So Depressing
8 Not The Same Anymore
9 Ode To The Mets

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Paul AllaerTop Contributor: Classical Music
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Welcome return of the Strokes - worth the wait
Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2020
Last we heard from the Strokes was 2013, yes an eternity ago in the music industry, when they released "Comedown Machine", a so-so album that was clearly the weakest in their catalog to date. The band retreated afterwards, with numerous side and solo projects to keep them... See more
Last we heard from the Strokes was 2013, yes an eternity ago in the music industry, when they released "Comedown Machine", a so-so album that was clearly the weakest in their catalog to date. The band retreated afterwards, with numerous side and solo projects to keep them busy, and of course the occasional high-profile festival gigs. Now comes this latest album, the band''s 6th overall (and just the 3rd album since 2005''s "First Impressions of Earth").

"The New Abnormal" (9 tracks; 45 min.) opens with "The Adults Are Talking", an immediately appealing and classic-sounding Strokes tune with nervous guitar riffs and Julian Casablancas in good form on lead vocals. "Selfless" sounds like it came straight from the "First Impressions" recording sessions (and that''s a good thing). At 3''44" it is the shortest track on here (but longer than any tune on "Is This It" or "Room On Fire"). "Brooklyn Bridge to Chorus" (3rd single) is a pleasant singalong ("I want new friends, but they don''t want me/They''re making plans while I watch TV/Thought it was them, but maybe it''s me/I want new friends, but they don''t want me"). "Bad Decisions" is another classic-reminding Strokes tune. "Eternal Summer" is okay but at 6+ min. about twice as long as it needed to be. "At The Door" (1st single) was an odd choice for the lead-off single, as it isn''t the strongest tune on here by a long shot. By now we are already "rounding third and heading for home", leading to the album-closing "Ode to the Mets", yes, those baseball Mets. Bottom line: "The New Abnormal" is a welcome return from the Strokes, much better than "Comedown Machine" (in my book, anyway). But will the public at large care?

I''ve had the good fortune of seeing the Strokes in concert a number of times when they were on fire (in the 2002-2006 era), and would eagerly do so again. Alas, these days they mostly play major festivals (meaning nowhere close to Cincinnati, where I live), and of course with COVID-19 raging all around us (again), who knows when the concert business will start up again this year (if anything at all). Meanwhile enjoy this serving of the latter-day Strokes, which is far better than I had expected at this point.
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Joyce Clarke
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Every song is good.
Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2020
I love this album, you know how sometimes you only like 2-5 songs? I like every single song on this album even though I have some favorites, Selfless, Brooklyn Bridge to Chorus, Bad Decisions, Eternal Summer, At the Door, And Why are Sundays So Depressing are my favorites... See more
I love this album, you know how sometimes you only like 2-5 songs? I like every single song on this album even though I have some favorites, Selfless, Brooklyn Bridge to Chorus, Bad Decisions, Eternal Summer, At the Door, And Why are Sundays So Depressing are my favorites on the album. The bad reviews I bet are all Arctic Monkeys fans, you know Alex, I always wanted to be one of the Strokes?
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Robert
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What a treat!
Reviewed in the United States on April 14, 2020
The boys are back in fine form with their well-timed new album "The New Abnormal". Every track shines with Rick Rubin''s production. Stop thinking about it and purchase this album. Awesome packaging for vinyl enthusiasts as a bonus. 5/5... See more
The boys are back in fine form with their well-timed new album "The New Abnormal".

Every track shines with Rick Rubin''s production.

Stop thinking about it and purchase this album. Awesome packaging for vinyl enthusiasts as a bonus.

5/5 stars!
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Richard Lopez
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Vinyl arrived undamaged and played perfectly.
Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2020
My review is on the quality of the Vinyl, not the album, you can listen to the album over the internet to see if you like it before buying it Vinyl, not gonna waste your time with an opinion. The vinyl showed up on time, no warping or damage, and it played... See more
My review is on the quality of the Vinyl, not the album, you can listen to the album over the internet to see if you like it before buying it Vinyl, not gonna waste your time with an opinion.

The vinyl showed up on time, no warping or damage, and it played without any skips on a OneByOne turntable and an AudioTechnica turnnable. I am pleased.
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Jeff McDuffie
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A triumphant return!
Reviewed in the United States on April 22, 2020
This is their best album since Room on Fire. I love most of the tunes, and the vinyl record packaging is beautiful! The discs are heavyweight and flat, but are covered in fingerprints and scuffs... I''ll live with those defects as the music still sounds great.
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Moonpie
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Album & Vinyl
Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2020
This music makes me happy. It really reminds me of the first record, but you can tell they are taking chances and pushing themselves to try new things, especially Julian. The production (Rick Rubin) is really great. It seems like the perfect marriage to me and I hope they... See more
This music makes me happy. It really reminds me of the first record, but you can tell they are taking chances and pushing themselves to try new things, especially Julian. The production (Rick Rubin) is really great. It seems like the perfect marriage to me and I hope they make another one together. When I first heard this, I knew I had to own it on vinyl. The vinyl is perfect and packaging is amazing. Could not be happier.
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Robert P.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great Album! Definitely Recommend!
Reviewed in the United States on June 21, 2020
This is a great album! I really enjoyed listening to " Eternal Summer" and "The Adults Are Talking". It is great to dance to. It is also has a really cool album cover! Jean-Michel Basquiat did a really nice job on it. It also comes with a double sided poster thing, which I... See more
This is a great album! I really enjoyed listening to " Eternal Summer" and "The Adults Are Talking". It is great to dance to. It is also has a really cool album cover! Jean-Michel Basquiat did a really nice job on it. It also comes with a double sided poster thing, which I thought was really cool. The words also peel off. In summary I would definitely recommend this!
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Jenn
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Wow, just wow
Reviewed in the United States on April 29, 2020
Absolutely amazing. It ususlly takes time for new music with me. Just saw The Strokes live in September for the 1st time and wad blown away, gave tickets for the "May" show. Can''t wait to see them do this album live. Such a brilliant album from start to finish! Blown away... See more
Absolutely amazing. It ususlly takes time for new music with me. Just saw The Strokes live in September for the 1st time and wad blown away, gave tickets for the "May" show. Can''t wait to see them do this album live. Such a brilliant album from start to finish! Blown away for sure.
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ZeitGhoul (music is my sanctuary)
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The New Strokes is still the Old Strokes with a New Twist.... ABNORMALLY great record!!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 24, 2020
It is the sheer quality of Rubin''s production that first hits you from the go on this fabulous album by the now middle aged ( I know....Scary!!!) American ''cool 2000s rock'' trend setters. The Strokes were always outstanding talents and the DNA of their sound whilst...See more
It is the sheer quality of Rubin''s production that first hits you from the go on this fabulous album by the now middle aged ( I know....Scary!!!) American ''cool 2000s rock'' trend setters. The Strokes were always outstanding talents and the DNA of their sound whilst influenced by great bands like Television, The Ramones, Green Day and Radiohead...with a smidgeon of the Chilli Peppers, has been felt thought pop and rock since their hay day....with the likes of Bloc Party, the Killers, and pretty much any moderately successful rock band owing a debt to this strand authentic streetwise rock flair. We know Is This It, Room On Fire and their third album Impressions, were all excellent....and for me Angles came close....but The New Abnormal exceeds expectations. The Strokes have pulled off a timely classic record that shows the evolution of their sound first hinted at satisfactorily on Angles. The electronic side of the band oozes out of each track, but also the brilliant guitar chugging we know and love. Endless Summer is a masterpiece of composition and production. Kudos to Rubin who''s work here feels as worthy a contribution as any band members. The richness when loud on my headphones is amazing. I think it was Beck''s album ....the one with Paper Tiger....which is great... Where I first heard a ''new level''s of sound quality in music production. And for me Endless Summer is a track people will look back on and say Wow!! For years to come. It may be the brilliant production in the end that seals the ''timeless classic'' deal. Saying that the boys have worked hard to make a disciplined and well trimmed album where each track feels designed to please different aspects of the bands matured musical identity. For me this is The Strokes best ever. Love it.
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Jimi Jac
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Shadow People
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 13, 2020
I do sympathies for The Strokes, after their debut album became the record for a generation, they’ve have to spend the rest of their career living in it shadow (although I would imagine having buckets full of money helps ease the bands pain) , which is a shame as they have...See more
I do sympathies for The Strokes, after their debut album became the record for a generation, they’ve have to spend the rest of their career living in it shadow (although I would imagine having buckets full of money helps ease the bands pain) , which is a shame as they have produced other strong & inventive albums such as “First Impressions of Earth”, or “Angles”, but it looks like the boat for them has long since sailed. “The New Abnormal” sees Rick Rubin take over the production duties, one of my all time favourite producers, although I think he best days behind him. What Rubin brings to the table is adding surprise little nuances within the songs, making for a more interesting listen. The problem I found with the album is that the second half slows down & becomes a bit samey. Still “The New Abnormal” is far from a bad album, but without the pressure of high record sales, the band could have taken a few more risks with the music.
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Krystal Kev
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
5 Star Strokes.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 2, 2020
Loved the stream of this album so much, I bought the....LP, in my view their best album since their ground breaking first , Rick Rubin has done a masterful job on the production. I understand the mixed reviews, it takes all sorts. Great idea re vinyl clear cover , not THE...See more
Loved the stream of this album so much, I bought the....LP, in my view their best album since their ground breaking first , Rick Rubin has done a masterful job on the production. I understand the mixed reviews, it takes all sorts. Great idea re vinyl clear cover , not THE greatest pressing, a bit of surface noise on the quiet elements , but still acceptable. Definitely in my Top 5 albums of 2020 to date .
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Blade
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
STROKES.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 3, 2020
I haven''t warmed to it yet, doesn''t rock enough for my taste. I can hear a Lou Reed influence here and there. Certainly not their best. I might like it more after a few listens, I do hope so.
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APRIL CHANT
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Amazing album!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 5, 2021
I have always loved The Strokes but this album is my new favourite, Julian Casablancas (lead vocalist) is phenomenal!...his voice is a true talent and each track is equally brilliant as the one before it!.....love love love it! ❤
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