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  • Audio CD (11 Aug. 1992)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music
  • ASIN: B0000028R5
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 483,602 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Spaniard
2. Towards The Light
3. Losing It (Song For Abigail)
4. Memory Babe
5. Skyscraper
6. I Feel Nothing
7. Room At The Top
8. Does This Hurt?
9. Sparrow
10. Smile Fades Fast
11. Firesky
12. Song For The Morning To Sing
13. Lazy Day - The Boo RadleysThe Boo Radleys
14. Paradise

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "m_g_m_jones" on 16 Mar. 2001
Format: Vinyl
It's hard to look back on an album that you have heard SO MANY times with an objective ear, but for those (many!!) people who haven't heard Everything's Alright Forever - BUY IT NOW! It draws upon a wide range of styles and passes them through a psychadelically altered early nineties prism to create a melodic but spaced album. The opening to Spaniard alone is worth the money. Hazy, blazey and psyched out pure pop. This must be one of the most criminally underexposed albums and bands of the nineties. Take a chance and buy it.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Rocketusa on 14 Aug. 2005
Format: Audio CD
This album is absolute genius from beginning to end.
Truly underrated shoegazing at its best.
This album equals the standards set by the likes of My Bloody Valentine, Swervedriver , Ride and other genius Creation bands of the time.
I recently rediscovered this album after many years. Although fondly remembered I was not prepared for the impact of tunes such as "Does This Hurt" and "Spaniard". With it's warm fuzzy wash of distorted guitars and wonderful production throughout.
I have never understood how they ended up running downhill so quickly with "Giant Steps" being weak and underproduced and later releases like "Wake Up Boo" which spelt out a premature sacrifice to the sword of Britpop.
Please seek out a copy of this album and download "The Finest Kiss" and "Boo!forever". Skip the recent career spanning Anthology "Find the way out" which for some reason only features three song's from this set.
You will not be disappointed... Boo!forever.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
The Boos at their noisy best! 27 July 2005
By Danilo J. Andon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The Boo Radleys have always been a much under-rated band and that record is usually considered as second fiddle in the Boo's catalog even amomg true fans of the band. What a shame!

For me, it ranks among the best noisy-pop albums of the 90s.

It's mind-blowing; Forget about Giant Steps or Kingsize - here the Boos master their wall-of-sound better than ever.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Lovely Masterpiece A Shining Example of Shoegazer Period 16 April 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Back in '91-'92, what I consider to be the golden age of ethereal shoe gazing bands, was in progress. You had bands like The Drop Nineteens, Spiritualized, Medicine, Lush, Cocteau Twins, Swallow, My Bloody Valentine(without a doubt the best of the bunch), Slowdive, Ride, and then, of course, you had the Boo Radleys. While it is a shameless knockoff of the "shoe gazing" sonic distortion pioneered by My Bloody Valentine, this stands on its own as a beautiful, under-appreciated collection of haunting melodies.Some of the songs are so gorgeous that they have the effect of putting me in a trance. If you want to experience the best of that now long gone period, check this CD out. You'll thank me afterwards.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Everything is more than just alright... 7 July 2005
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I have taken a lot of time to take this album in. It has held me speechless with it's unique approaches to loud, abrasive rock music, it is always volatile and noisy, yet serene and beautiful at the same time.

You see, the Boo Radleys created a timeless sounding album with "Everything's Allright Forever." They were one of the first bands to take psychedelic british rock music and couple it with unique pop music flourishes. Opener "Spaniard" erupts into stately spanish-style horn while MBV guitars roar in the background. Reviewers have described the production of this album as "sonic shading" and that is nothing but the truth. Each song has layers of guitarwork with infinite and fresh sounding effects.

Songwriter Martin Carr was able to incorporate so many cool sounds into the traditional shoegaze approach, it is amazing.

"I Feel Nothing" uses acoustic jazz chords before erupting into feedback. "Paradise" utilizes an amazing midsection breakdown of spacey guitar drones which pulse all the way off the speakers. Perhaps "Paradise" is a good example of Carr's excellent use of atmospherics, guitars sound loud, but are mixed in the distance, giving the album an open, spacey vibe.

Songs like "Sparrow" turn things down a bit, while rockers like "Skyscraper" "Firesky" and "Lazy Day" all take distortion to new levels. All of the songs are perfect, and alright forever. A timeless guitar classic.

I also recommend "Learning To Walk", a collection of earlier EPs, if you happen to really enjoy this album.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
one of the greatest ablums of all time... 10 July 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
for all the shoegazers of the world, ones who love slowdive, my bloody valentine and more, if you haven't heard everything is alright forever and are detoured because of the obvious implications of "rip off", you are dead wrong. yes, the boo's do tend to take on the shoegazing in full effect...but, esp on this ablum, their style is brilliant and all their own. i prefer this ablum even over "loveless" for the mere fact that these songs are crafted perfectly, in dreamy bliss fashion...a sheer masterpiece...the trumpets in the first song alone tell you this loudly..this ablum will expand your mind along with your appreciation for the greatest style of music ever created. and if you can try and find the album "learning to walk" too! it's rare but it's noise lover's dream bye buy by bi
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
An ambient masterpiece 23 Feb. 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Frankly, it took me a few listenings to get into this. The first time I thought the vocals were mixed way too low, and it was just long ambient chords of noise, but after awhile its hypnotic effect got to me, and now it's one of my favorite albums. It's much less bouncy than other Boo Radley albums, but these guys certainly know how to set moods with tape recorders. If you're looking for something to listen to in a cheap but sunny apartment on an endless weekday afternoon, and you're full of the entire world but also nothing whatsoever, this is the ideal hour to spend.
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