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To say that it's been a long time coming for the sophomore album from The Knitters may be somewhat of an understatement. The Knitters debuted with "Poor Little Critters on the Road," and that came out on 1985 on the respected LA label, Slash. Now, two decades later, the quintet of John Doe, Exene Cervenka, Dave Alvin, D.J. Bonebrake and Johnny Ray Bartel are back, perhaps a little grayer, but on top of their game with "The Modern Sounds of the Knitters" on Rounder. ...