If scientists were to write the music reviews (Vampire Weekend case study)

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Well, actually, mathematicians - but it would probably go like this:

CD Title: Inverse: (Special limited edition release) (2009)
Rating: 2.718 stars (out of 5)

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The rating stands. (Spoiler alert: We rounded.) Actually, we took our cue here from Leonard Euler. Our rating is actually "e," as in the sound of the squeals that will inevitably emanate from the ladies of Cambridge after they all get a hold of Inverse come two months. Yes, M.I.T.'s finest are back with a shtick to shake up the innumerate masses for whom any further mention of the band's album sales sends us critics to sleep, and more than a few of the recent graduates of that other school up the river into jealous fits.

Anyway, you can read the rest here at the SCQ.

p.s. Horchata rocks! And this review is entirely fictional.

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