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  • Audio Cassette (22 Sept. 1992)
  • Label: Polygram
  • ASIN: B00008FJM5
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

1. Dancer
2. You Were Wrong
3. Right Road (Wrong Road)
4. Before You Go
5. Waltz
6. Downhill from Here
7. Masquerade
8. Picture of Love
9. Martha
10. Another Love Song
11. Telegraph Poles
12. Live Forever

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This review is for the remastered plus extra tracks version.
This was one of the first CDs I bought as the owner of a new CD player. I have no idea why I bought it, it must have been a recommendation from someone or I heard a track on the radio. Previously a Beatles/Genesis/Pink Floyd listener so this wasn't in the mould at all.
Probably one of the best CDs I own. I played it to death to anyone who would listen and it would be fair to say most of them were incredibly impressed. The two stand out tracks for me are Before you go and Telegraph Poles which have outstanding lyrics but hi fi defining instruments. It's the first Frames album and shows Glen Hansard as part of a band rather than the soloist he is today.
The remastered version contains some interesting alternative version and live recordings of tracks on the original CD and an interesting Marc Bolan cover. I purchased the remastered version as my original CD was in poor condition and the case was broken for carting it around in and out of the car so much.
If you're new to the Frames this is the place to start, then follow up with Set List, the live album to hear what a powerhouse band they are in person. I have managed to see them once in London - go if you ever get the chance (unlikely now that he has his music Oscar but hey.....)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. Harding on 23 July 2012
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If, like me, you have all the later Frames albums, then this is a must-buy to complete matters - it's truly good
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By mr p elson on 5 Mar. 2013
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A breath of fresh air album.
Real music for music lovers
Love it love it love it. Quality and class
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Enjoyable, the best was yet to come 5 Jun. 2008
By Robert Hammond - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Ever since viewing Once, I've started a mission of really getting to know The Frames. So I started at the beginning with this album, spending a few extra dollars to buy the actual CD. Didn't really strike me as anything special the first time through, but after a few passes this CD aged well.
The lead track, Dancer, is a folk-rocker that is soaked in a huge wall of sound. Hansard's screaming vocals broaden this simple ballad and revs the listener up for a great CD.
`Tis a shame that the rest of the album is a bit scattered. Most of the remaining rockers follow the same formula, but fall short. The quiet songs are a highlight, especially "Telegraph Poles", which is the last slow dance before the fist-pumping folk songs that serve as a closer. Sorely, Glen Hansard needs his vocal space. The arrangements on this album are bit busy for the songs. Since breaking away from Island, The Frames have put out better music.
It's enjoyable, considering the rest of the Frames' discography is comparatively lo-fi. But there's a noticeable gap between here and Dance The Devil, and even more to Fitzcarraldo. Probably best to borrow and burn.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Oh humble beginnings 27 July 2009
By LAL - Published on
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If this is the first exposure you're getting to The Frames, then enjoy then never-ending wave of constantly improving albums. If you already know their music, then enjoy this hard-to-find record that started it all. Here's my track-by-track summary:

1. The Dancer (9/10): An upbeat, get-outta-your-chair-and-dance type of song that seems to always brighten your mood.
2. You Were Wrong (6/10): The first anger you'll hear in Hansard's voice, a very catchy rock-out song with a guitar hook in the verse that will have you humming long after the song is over.
3. Right Road (Wrong Road)(7/10): A classic Frames-style song that starts soft and explodes into a grand rock song with more great guitar riffs.
4. Before You Go (9/10): In my opinion, the best song on the album. Hansard sings soft in the verse until the song builds into an intense chorus, "I can't stop loving you".
5. The Waltz (6/10): One of the more forgettable tunes on the album, yet still a catchy waltz and a song you probably won't skip.
6. Downhill From Here (8/10): The first soft song on the album that doesn't need to explode into a rock song. Great guitar finger-picking and soft vocals (with great harmonies) make this song one of the best early Frames tunes.
7. Masquerade (7/10): Another get-up-and-dance tune, a rocking bass line and screamin' guitar and vocals.
8. Picture of Love (8/10): A surprise on the album and a great overall song, another that bounces back and forth between soft and heavy rock.
9. Martha (7/10): One of the catchier songs on the album, simple yet fun to tap a foot to.
10. Another Love Song (8/10): The heaviest on the album, almost a punk-rock song, and it shows Hansard's vocals with a bit of attitude.
11. Telegraph Poles (9/10): A soft, acoustic number with soothing violin that winds you down toward the end of the album.
12. Live Forever (7/10): The final rock-out song to close the album. Short but to the point.

Overall, this is no masterpiece and by far not the best work from this amazing band. But all of the songs are catchy, and you can find yourself listening to this album again and again. A great addition to the library of any Frames fan!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
The Irish Pixies 5 Jan. 2008
By James Porter - Published on
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The Frames today really don't sound like their debut. This album was produced by Gil Norton, who produced the Pixies, and there are some definite Pixie similarities here. Was Gil trying to make an Irish Pixies? Maybe. For me, it works. I like this album a lot. Glen Hansard is already an extremely emotive and charismatic vocalist, even if he does spend 60% of the album screaming (it is quite good screaming, I might add).

There are a couple of quieter songs... "Downhill from Here" is quite beautiful, and "The Waltz" is, in fact, a waltz, even if there is some screaming and some tricky vocal time signatures in it. "Telegraph Poles" has a cool bass groove easing it along its mellow way.

But mostly, you're going to be banging your head with this one.
a good beginning 29 Jan. 2012
By pukeonthestreet - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The Frames, if you can ever see them live, do, as they are one of the most amazing bands live. They can bring the volume down to a pin drop and up louder than a parker aircraft. This is their first album and like many band's first albums it features not only their sounds but the sounds of their influences. Not to say that it's necessarily a bad thing, but if you've come to love the Frames like I have, it's weird to go from their established albums back to this. The remastering job and bonus tracks are definitely a plus, I remember downloading this album back when it wasn't available and it just wasn't the same, with the remastering and bonus tracks it's worth having as it has more recent tracks than the album itself, if you can buy this first, then work your way up to the present as they have never put out a bad album.
Excellent for the most part 31 Aug. 2006
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Hard to believe the frames had an inauspicious start to their career. their irish-indie-punk style debut didn't really hit it off, and perhaps it is easy to see why.

yes, it's big, obvious rock, the hooks are big and blatant, but the improvement was always to come. masquerade is probably the highlight here, while dancer, martha and title track also impress.
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