The Ghost Are Coming Home may only be the second album from New Jersey’s CR and the Nones, but the album sits at the head of a masterful body of work to date. Not least of which includes five albums under the moniker CR and The Degenerates, two of which form the band’s core with the titular CR, known to his friends as Chris Gennone.

From the get-go, as you dive into the opening title track and the hazy, ethereal “The Long Game” (both already unleashed as…

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