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Desireless Import


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Product details

  • Audio CD (21 Dec 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Polydor Group
  • ASIN: B00000B930
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 31,835 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Save Tonight
2. Indecision
3. Comatose (In The Arms Of Slumber)
4. Worried Eyes
5. Rainbow Wings
6. Falling In Love Again
7. Conversation
8. When Mermaids Cry
9. Shooting Up In Vain
10. Permanent Tears
11. Death Defied By Will
12. Desireless

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nick Leitch on 8 Aug 2013
Format: Audio CD
I was sitting in a quite bar in the middle of Corfu c2002 on a warm evening when I was first introduced to this album. There are a few albums and artists I've found in random places and felt compelled to ask after the artist. The music fitted the moment so well there's always a risk it just does not work the same way when you hear it next time around. For me this album is the exception, every track is stand out with the composition and melodies being sublime. It does not matter where you are or what you're doing this is a great, great album!!
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By S. Wright on 28 Jan 2004
Format: Audio CD
Just listening to Eagle-Eye Cherry's debut album, 'Desireless', it's hard to believe that he's actually from Sweden. While a fair few of the songs on here, and ever since with his more recent albums, particularily 'Sub Rosa', do carry a certain serenity that you could believe do come from cold, cold parts, but it also has warmer aspects and shinier aspects that sound like they're right out of California.
Since he broke into the spotlight with hit single, 'Save Tonight', Eagle-Eye has been on the road, and has not really had the chance to think or take in what the world is all about anymore. But as 'Save Tonight' hit, it portrayed a new talent to be reckoned with. Full of observations and thoughtful lyrics and tender musicianship, the supporting album, 'Desireless' contained more than enough satisfactory tunes and melodies to last at least the 5 years it took for Eagle-Eye to release another proper album. So in the likes of the drowsey, 'Comatose (In The Arms Of Slumber)', the beautiful acoustic style of, 'Falling In Love Again', and the soaring 'When Mermaids Cry', Eagle-Eye showed his imagination and powerful songwriting at its fullest, and up to now, best. 'Conversation' has almost saddening lyrics to a somber tone, as does 'Death Defied By Will', it shows that not only, musically, does Cherry have sunshine (Save Tonight), beauty (When Mermaids Cry, Permanent Tears), somberity (Indecision), but also sadness. And through all these different moods and styles, Cherry sustains one main focus vocally: Life.
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By Ella UK on 18 Sep 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I bought this to replace an old cassette and i am wondering why i took so long to track down the cd..I love it. Will be replacing all the rest of his collection now.
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By James Pettinger on 18 Dec 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Great music, very good condition. A couple of glitches on the playback with no visible scratching, but given the price and that it was second hand, I've really got nothing to complain about.
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Format: Audio CD
Incredibly talented artist. I bought this cd when I was 18 because of the hit song Save Tonight, and then was incredibly surprised to hear the rest of the album. Will be one of my favorites for a long time I'm sure.
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Format: Audio CD
Every track is a master piece. Hugely mellow, makes you feel like its summer what ever time of year. I can image myself floating at sea on a yatch watching the world roll by. I bought it when first released in 1997 and I still crave to listen to it regularily. The lyrics are pure poetry, if not always cheerfull (Shooting up in vain - a suicidal drug user). Falling in love again is somewhat happier and I just cannot resist singing along into it car!. The instruments are cheifly accoustic guitar, piano, brass (possibly trumpet) and drums. On some tracks like Desireless the instrument playing mix seems almost chaotic, but it works so well. This is art! This is talent. Best of all the subsquent album "Living in the present future" is every bit as good.
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