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Best Kept Secrets
is a collection of the finer points from Lamb's career to date--an even smattering from their four albums--their self-titled debut, Fear of Fours
, What Sound
and 2003's Between Darkness & Wonder
. Although geographically miles away, Lamb were an integral part of the Bristol sound with their music sitting somewhere between Portishead and Roni Size. "Cottonwool" opens the anthology, and rightly so--the brooding double bass, ethereal vocal and broken beats are a perfect intro to what they're all about.
Best Kept Secrets is in chronological order and highlights the slight changes in direction that occurred in each period. Tunes such as "B-line" and "Bonfire" are more rhythmic than their fractal predecessors yet dirty in comparison to the smooth, almost soulful "Stronger" and "Please" from their latter years. Although the album gets comfier and more worthy of the "chillout" tag as it progresses, it's clear that two things remain consistent throughout: Rhodes' vocals remain beautiful and Barlow's production always does enough to keep it left of centre. --David Trueman