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Finisterre was Saint Etienne's sixth studio album and was originally released in 2002. The album was a love/hate letter to London, with its iconic image of the collapsed Ronan Point on the cover, recorded at a time of mass demonstrations against the government and just after folk hero Ken Livingstone had been elected Mayor. It included the nu-disco call-to-arms single "Action". The album has been remastered by the band and now comes with a second disc of 17 tracks including four preiously unreleased gems such as the near-mythical Dr Who-sampling "There There My Brigadier", and a tribute to the mysterious "Aqualad" who resides under the Thames, waiting for his moment to take the city back from the financiers and to open up the Post Office Tower's revolving restaurant once again. The deluxe edition also includes an expanded booklet featuring extensive sleevenotes by Jude Rogers.
got this for a neice and she likes it a lot but if you like him you will like this for is fansPublished on 26 May 2013 by D R White
Plenty of catchy tunes among the 10 tracks and a welcome addition after the first mini-album. He will have a hard job keeping on track if there is anything in the recent poor... Read morePublished on 12 Mar. 2013 by a deanite
At times quite a dark album, although to these ears this remains one of their finest releases. Along with So Tough this is a must for any casual or more refined Saint Etienne fan. Read morePublished on 30 Jan. 2013 by Daniel Gravil
Justin Bieber is my guilty pleasure i have to say... i don't really care what people say about me liking his songs, he's a great artist and the album is GREATPublished on 27 Nov. 2011 by Elodie