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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B001UE9B8W
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 345,835 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Mix
2. Little Pieces
3. If I Ask You Nicely
4. Lost Track
5. Win Park Slope
6. Bone Tired
7. Airstream Driver
8. Natural Reaction
9. Very Strange
10. Other Plans
11. Sunset Gates

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. A. Nimmo on 9 Oct. 2009
Format: Audio CD
Every now and then a band you used to love slides off your radar, and Gomez were the latest band to join this category of my record collection. The last three albums had plenty of tunes, but suffered from over-production and the loss of the organic sound that defined the band's sound on the debut and follow-up albums.

I stumbled across "A New Tide" several months after it was released and discovered that out of the blue, the band have put together the record that they threatened a decade ago. I began this review thinking I would call it their best work "since Liquid Skin", but it may be fair to say that, for me, this is their most striking album to date.

The silliness of recent records has been discarded, and they have stopped trying to pen pop songs, focusing instead on a beautiful album which flows in a way that none of their records have for a long time. One of the comments on this page says that the album has "no killer tunes" - this is spot on. But this is a good thing. This is not a collection of singles with some filler to make up an album's worth, it's a majestic work of art.

Only perhaps the track "Win Park Slope" doesn't seem to fit in with the album's sound.

It's not to say that there aren't stand-out tracks - the uplifting "Airstream Driver" captures the fun side of Gomez, but whereas the more electric tracks from recent albums were smothered in Protools effects, this track bounces along with a scuzzy and beautifully unpolished guitar refrain.

Arguably every Gomez album to date has had a tendency to peter out towards the end. Maybe this was a result of them taking on production duties themselves, but on "A New Tide", the sequencing places three of the most pleasing tracks right at the end, leaving a warm glow once play stops.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By G. Seabrook on 22 May 2009
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This album has motivated me to write my first review for Amazon, and all after listening to 'Other Plans' from A New Tide. This album is one of those special breed of albums that does more than what you initially expect it to deliver. I would say on first listen it leaves you feeling generally good. The beauty of it however, is how it grows in stature the more familiar you become with it. The aforementioned 'Other Plans' is a superbly crafted song. 'Sunset gates' is so beautiful it could reduce the most hardened of music critics to something resembling jelly. 'Little Pieces' has a guitar hook the size of China with the Beauty of New Zealand..........and so it goes on. I highly recommend this album.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Fermar on 6 May 2009
Format: Audio CD
.....a Gomez album that lives up to 'Bring It On'. Ever since their debut album I've been waiting for something of similar quality; I'd almost given up but then along comes 'A New Tide'. This is quite the strongest set of songs they have put together in years and only 'If I ask You Nicely' grates, with some awful couplets. The singing and playing stands out throughout and the arrangements are more complex and sonically interesting than their recent work. There are standout tracks throughout but I would single out 'Airstream Driver', 'Natural Reaction', 'Little Pieces' and album closer 'Sunset Gates' as particularly memorable. Nice one, lads.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Floplexter on 29 April 2009
Format: Audio CD
I appreciate what other people say as I am a massive fan of Gomez and especially How We Operate, but bear with this little gem. It's smoother, hookier, dreamier and in the end, it delivers a great shot of pure Gomez, without perhaps the real kick of the last two albums. There are some great great tracks. Personal favourites- of course Airstream Driver (which is beyond good), Little Pieces, Natural Reaction and Very Strange.
Give it a few concentrated spins and the tunes speak for themselves.
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Format: Audio CD
Yes I bought the album when it first came out, played, enjoyed it and added it on to my Ipod. And that's the problem in this day and age, I put my Ipod on random and carried on with my life. I love Gomez, but I have taken them for granted over the years. Not anymore!
I have been listening to their myspace songs, especially Airstream Driver and Win Park Slope. I had forgotten how good these were. I decided to re-visit the CD and have played it constantly over the weekend. This IS something special, a great CD, which should be played in that context. With the Ipod age we forget to listen to CDs in their entirety and Gomez make wonderful CDs.. They are THE great British band of the last 10-15 years!
I accept that the band are not making the same music as at the start of their career, but they have evolved and I, for one, am glad that they are still together making wonderful albums
There is not a bad song on this collection. The production, musicianship is top notch. Let's hope that there are plenty more to come.
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20 of 25 people found the following review helpful By L. Webb on 30 Mar. 2009
Format: Audio CD
Gomez has continued to release albums that manage to have totally different tones and styles. This album is no exception. Bring it On and Liquid Skin had the original Gomez sound, then In our Gun showed of Gomez's use of electronics and having fun with an album. Split the difference was a rocker of an album that was so surprising to hear from Gomez, but it was refreshing to hear, and, of course, as with everything they try, they pulled it off. Then after that, How we Operate was released which was a polar opposite to Split the Difference - it was leisurely and calm.

That brings us up to 2009 and Gomez has released A New Tide - an album which shows a return to roots, and it seems as though every different style they have experimented with has been wrapped up in this album. Let me give a brief review of each song.

1. Mix - A lovely vocal and guitar track led by Ian Ball, which has a fantastic kick-in section at the end.

2. Little Pieces - A more commercial sounding song from Gomez, but with an addictive acoustic guitar hook that is so quintessentially Gomez in its tone.

3. If I ask you nicely - The only song on this album led by Tom Gray - A fun sounding song which really puts you back to 1998 with a funky strummed guitar and an awesome chorus, FUN song!

4. Lost Track - Another excellent acoustic guitar hook on this song, a return to something you may have heard on Bring it On, with an excellent jazzy breakdown in the middle.

5. Win Park Slope - A drifting and eerie song, with an insatiable slide guitar riff in the background with excellent reverb on Ian Ball's vocals, this song creates such an atmosphere - arguably the best and most innovative song on the album.

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