Eleven's first album after the departure of drummer Jack Irons is a by-the-books heavy alternative rock affair. There's a touch of grunge, and a smattering of funk-metal, all tied together with noisy flourishes. However, there's nothing that makes Thunk particularly distinctive -- the band fails to come up with any memorable hooks, riffs, or melodies that would justify the generic qualities of their sound.
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AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine