Comprised of material recorded at the same time as the sessions for The Last Man to Fly, Sheila Liked the Rodeo is album-length in and of itself, but the material doesn't really hang together as well. Opening track "Blobbo" is a bizarre slice of dance cut-up, and much of the rest of it is far more experimental than the album. The title track is the most accessible, and one of only a handful of tracks to feature vocalist Ka-Spel prominently. The rest is really Key's show.
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AllMusic Review by Sean Carruthers