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  • Audio CD (18 Jun. 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Polydor Group
  • ASIN: B000002GMR
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 734 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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  4. Mankind 3:44£0.99  Buy MP3 
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  9. Walkaway (Album Version) 3:51£0.79  Buy MP3 
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12. Two Of A Kind (Incl. Hidden Track "Instrumental ")25:00Album Only

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Marking the 15th anniversary of the their debut album All Change and a new UK tour by the newly-reformed classic line-upcomes the deluxe edition of All Change. This superb deluxe edition comes with a second CD, comprising the group’s barnstorming live set from Leeds in 1996 plus a selection of home demos made by the band’s lead vocalist and guitarist, John Power.

John Leckie who produced All Change says, “There are some really great demos John did by himself in his bedroom. Songs like "Fine Time" and "Back Of My Mind" have got that magical quality The La’s demos had. They feel very precious.”

Released in 1995, All Change was to become the fastest-selling debut in Polydor’s history, outstripping The Who, Jimi Hendrix and The Jam. The album sold over one million copies and spawned four Top 20 singles: "Alright", "Sandstorm", "Finetime" and "Walkaway". The stand-alone single, "Flying", which reached Number 4 in the UK charts also features on this deluxe edition both in the form of the original studio recording as well as one of John’s earlier demos.  Cast aficionados will also be delighted by the inclusion of the outtake, "All My Days", which has achieved near-mythical status amongst fans.

Originally the bass player with Merseyside band, The La’s, John Power started writing the material that would eventually become songs for Cast in the early 1990s. On leaving The La’s, he started putting together a group that by 1994 would feature the classic line-up of: John Power (guitar/vocals), Liam ‘Skin’ Tyson (lead guitar), Pete Wilkinson (bass) and Keith O’Neill (drums). The group split in 2001 but in summer 2010 John Power announced that this very same line-up are getting together again with plans to work on new material and for a series of live UK dates. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By L. porter on 3 May 2007
Format: Audio CD
Over shadowed by the classic albums of the 90's such as urban hymes, defiantly maybe, stones roses, All Change is very much over looked. John Power emerged from he much troubled La's, to produce the first and best album by Cast. Although many of the tracks could be about the magic man himself lee mavers (front man of the La's) Back of Mind, Walkway to name two, Power provides catchy pop songs, with a message to be listened to. (Mankind/ History)

The opening track all right is pop perfection, the next ten tracks offer pure Beatles, and Beefheart influenced Liverpudlian magic. Four Walls, Sandstorm , Relfections are all songs you want to run out and show all ya mates!!!!! Don't listen to the cynics, buying this wont be something you regret!!!!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 14 May 2001
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Cast are a band that don't get the recognition they deserve. Every track on All Change is a fine example of how indie should be. The singles Alright, Sandstorm, Finetime and Walk Away are all brilliant and worth the asking price on their own. The rest of the album shines with quality also Two of a kind is a masterpiece despite being slightly longwinded and Promised land is a fabulous tuneful song. John Power and the band have excelled themselves with this mine of golden musical nuggets. The La's despite being good don't hold a candle to the band their bassist John Power spawned. This is without a doubt the best of their albums to date and an essential purchase for any indie fan.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Stratpack on 5 Feb. 2014
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This is a great debut album, a classic of the 90's - if you like guitar pop/rock/britpop/scouse rock whatever, you'll love this. I'm going to give a quick run down how this version of All Change compares to the previous Deluxe version from 4 years ago.

This album was originally released in 2010 as part of Universal's never ending Deluxe programme. Only All Change was released though and was a 2CD edition. It was pretty good - full album, b-sides and a plethora of demo versions, some very early given by John Power. Bit of a surprise when I heard the album was being reissued again, this time by Edsel (under licence from Universal) and as part of a set of all 4 Cast albums.

This issue comes in a more robust hardback book style case, very smart and more durable than the fidgety open out earlier Deluxe version. The full album and b-sides are here including the 7" only Finetime (Acoustic). All lyrics are included even for the b-sides which is a nice touch of detail. A DVD is included containing a new interview with John Power, all the promo videos and TOTP appearances and a few Jools Holland tracks they did. The DVD is something the earlier version didn't have.

A slight gripe I have is with Disc 2. Flying (which was a stand alone single between albums 1 and 2) has been included along with relevant b-sides. In my mind I see Flying as being part of Mother Nature Calls even more than the 1st album. It may have been written when the 1st album was also written, I'm not sure. In 1997 when Mother Nature Calls was released a special edition came out with a bonus disc of the Flying single, implying they belonged together. Strange to see it here and not album 2. The biggest down side is that most of Disc 2 is filled with BBC sessions.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By mitchy59 on 22 May 2013
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I Grew up in the 1960/70's so Duran Duran, Level 42, Jam & Boston (ect) was the sort of music I'd generally listen to in my late teens 20's, I bought this Cast Cd and after a few listens I found that I'd really taken to it I've ordered some more Cast Cd's from Amazon..I was aware that 'Walk Away' & 'Guiding Star' was out in the 90's but not there album music I am now reinventing myself now from the mid-90's, getting to know some really good music that I'd missed in the mid-late 90's, but this album is excellent !!!!!!!
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Liverpool Britpop band Cast are now too often overlooked by more high profile artists that were around at the same time such as the likes of Oasis, Blur and The Verve (all of which I love by the way), but their 1995 debut 'All Change' was a solid little album, filled with catchy, upbeat, feel good songs, that deserves to be recognised. Along with the weaker, but nevertheless worthwhile Mother Nature Calls album, it has always been a favourite of mine.

All four singles that were released were big hits in the UK, 'Finetime' and 'Alright' both climbed their way into the top 20, and 'Sandstorm' and 'Walkaway' peaked at no.8 and no.9 respectfully. With a string of hits that followed after, Cast did shine very brightly during their peak of popularity. There are some great songs that didn't make it as a single, notably 'Four Walls' and 'Tell It Like It Is, which is one of my favourites, but the best track here is 'Walkway' (the 'timeless song' I refer to in the title of this review). Unlike most of the others, this song is sad and reflectful, with self explanatory lyrics that basically say that after you've tried you're best at the situation, just move away from it and leave. It's a song that I can really relate to, and it could easily have been played to illustrate many parts of my life.

With an excellent lead vocalist and guitarist in John Power, Cast are a great band, and not that dissimilar to their fellow Liverpudlians the Beatles. For a debut album, 'All Change' is a little bit of magic.
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