The Guardian praised the song, saying it "reeks of rock's decadent best".
The Guardian praised Murakami as "among the world's greatest living novelists" for his works and achievements.
The Guardian likewise praised her participation as conforming to "the true spirit of the Olympics".
The Guardian praised it as being "inventive, charming and very funny" with a "satisfying ending".
The Guardian praised the album as "beautifully haunting".
Critical reception for Gold was positive, with the Guardian praising it as "thrillingly good".
The Guardian praised the novel, stating it "has a narrative nonchalance which just about evens out its ponderous infrastructure."
The Guardian praises the album as "so extravagantly beautiful that it will send you scurrying back to its predecessors".
The Guardian praised the findings as "one of the most devastating findings of contemporary economics".
The Guardian praised it for both its style and its themes of identity, morality, and power.