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Here Come The Tears

6 Jun. 2005 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 6 Jun. 2005
  • Label: Independiente
  • Copyright: 2005 Independiente Ltd
  • Total Length: 52:52
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  • ASIN: B001N0G44M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 74,546 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 2 Sept. 2005
Format: Audio CD
with dross like coldplay and james blunt dominating the charts,
this brilliant album has been ignored which is a shame.suede were an amazing band and when brett and bernard announced they had made up and were forming a new band i was ecstatic.their songwriting history carries such a lot of baggage that to try and top dog man star and their 1993 debut would be a tough job.
with here come the tears they do it so effortlessly.standout tracks are the stunning ballads ghost of you and appollo 13,while refugees and lovers have the swagger that made suede so exciting all those years ago.if there's only one fault is it all sounds so polished that it doesn't capture the thrill of seeing them live( if you ever get the chance do so,bernard's the best guitarist i've ever seen).let's hope we get another album from them as i'm sure it will be a classic.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 8 Jun. 2005
Format: Audio CD
The Tears represent the kind of second chance that most music fans never get- Morrissey & Marr have never reformed, Lennon & McCartney, Barat and Doherty, Ashcroft & McCabe... the list of failed songwriting duo's who never reformed to finish what they started is endless. However, we are lucky that Butler and Anderson failed to find any significant success on their own and so they decided to bury the hatchet and give it another go.
'Here Come The Tears' is not (as some lazy critics have suggested) Dog Man Star 2- it's far more measured and far less ambitious than that. What it is, however, is some of the finest guitar pop you will hear this year. Forget the (over produced) Coldplay record, or the better than expected Oasis album- The Tears have got somgwriting down to an art. Listen to Refugees- three minutes of pure pop. Or take Lovers- so catchy you will be humming that all summer. The album has moments of true beauty as well- Apollo 13's chorus of "I will follow you" is bound to make your hairs stand on end. Or listen to the emotional lyrics of 'The Ghost of You'- I have never heard the loss of someone close sung about so honestly. Then there is the closing 'A Love As Strong As Death'- subtle and yet so touching. An almost muted close to the album. No other band today- not even that new Coldplay record- can match the raw emotion in Brett's voice on this song. Amazing stuff.
If there is any criticism of this record it's that on a few ocasions Anderson's lyrcis touch on the triteness that made those last two Suede albums so terrible (Two Creatures and Imperfection are the main offenders).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "warnerjames" on 13 Jun. 2005
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To say this is the album I didn't expect to be made is an understatement but i'm so happy that the former warring foes have patched up their differences to give us this delightful offering. "Refugees" is perfect pop; instant, majestic, catchy, uplifting and brief. You feel the romance of Brett's characters as if you are one of them.
I have been a fan of both post Butler suede and the axe wizard's solo material and I have to say that this album is great but will be improved upon next time as these guys find their feet together. In the sad ballad "The Ghost of you" Bernard's sound colours the song in quiet reflective acoustic guitar picking, as well as a resplendent, bombastic crescendo to complement the rise in Brett's voice, moments that remind me of their previous work together on "Dog man star".
"Brave New Century" is a dirty twiddley riff the sort that made "We are the pigs" so atmospheric. There's too much to cherish here and i've only had the record four days and i'm already humming all the tunes. Any lapsed suede fans who have moved on will undoubtedly profit from purchasing this coming together of two great songwriters finally reunited.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By patrick bateman on 25 Jun. 2005
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This album has not left my cd player since it arrived on my doorstep a week ago. being a very big suede fan i knew i was going to like it even if it was passable, especially considering that, for a while at least, i was enthusiastic about 'a new morning', suede's worst album by far, but this has surpassed my expectations.
so, to forget the past and concentrate on why this is good: yes, the lyrics are rather awful, laughable in places, but i don't think that that is a problem, particularly, because brett delivers them with a passion most singers would die to have. not only that but his voice on this album sounds amazing. the music, as well, while being maybe a little too dramatic in places, is soaring and glorious, beautful and intricate.
this album is well worth the buying. it may not be perfect, but to echo the song 'imperfection', those little inadvisable bits make it all the more appealing, to me at least. my favourite tracks are 'co-star', 'the ghost of you', 'two creatures', 'fallen idol' and 'a love as strong as death'.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 23 Jun. 2005
Format: Audio CD
The biggest shock for me was is the fact that EVERY song on this album is enjoyable. A rare occurance. The best songs are of course terrific, far stronger than the last two Suede albums and BB's solo McA/B albums. Time will of course tell, but possibly on a par with 'Suede' and not far off 'Dog Man Star'. Considering the length of the album this is a major achievement.
Anderson's lyrics? These are high quality. A few persons have been critical of some of them, why? Take a listen to the so called 'greats' like Dylan, Lennon, Young (Neil not Will!), Mitchell etc. Not every song was a masterpiece of lyrical construction and creativity.
The band put in some great performances. Every track has interesting contributions. Needless to say BB's playing is as tasteful as ever and Anderson's singing is recapturing former glories. He sounds like he is ENJOYING himself again.
This will be one of the albums of the year.
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