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|1. Last Christmas|
|2. Walking In The Air|
|3. December Revisited|
|6. A Winter's Tale|
|7. December, Amnesia Mix|
A CD recorded especially for Winter.Contains covers of 'Last Christmas' by Wham, 'Walking In The Air' Aled Jones, ' A Winter's Tale' by Queen alongside new track 'Melting', new instrumental track 'Cold' and two new versions of one-time single 'December'
"The Snowman" theme becomes atmospheric electronica. Softly distorted vocals, slightly twisted feel, & more than a hint of David Lynch. -- Sorted (online magazine) www.sortedmagazine.com
'Melting',is the jewel of the album giving the greatest scope to Julianne's vocals, here particularly sweet and intimate. -- Fluxeuropa (online magazine) www.fluxeuropa.com
A great band can reinvent themselves while retaining their core. Im happy its AAE thats been able to do it. -- www.starvox.net (online magazine)
Regans cut-glass tones recall Cardigans Nina Persson. Wistful, astral torch songs make Iceland as impressive as it was unexpected. -- www.logo-magazine.com (online magazine)
Melting is winsome, in a stress-free sleepy manner, an Ally McBeal episod-end, people walk forlornly home, the emphasis on alone... -- www.mickmercer.com (online magazine)
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All About Eve could have made the greatest Christmas album ever but unfortunately this isn't it
Take away the voice of Julianne Regan and it could be anybody let loose in a... Read more
Vapid and vacuous. This is a Christmas album?
The entire album went past without me doing anything except get annoyed.
Avoid like the plague.
Although AAE are "apparently no more (again), this (and Cinemascope) provides a glimpse into what may have been. Read morePublished on 28 Dec. 2004
This album has to be the worst thing I have ever listened to by All About Eve.
Gone are the melodic tunes of old and passionate vocals of Julianne , instead we have electronic... Read more
After gathering a hardcore of supporters since their reforming a couple of years ago All About Eve have shown that they are not just rehashing their hits of yesteryear by producing... Read morePublished on 21 May 2003 by Alexander Keep
With their first non-live album featuring new material since the underrated Ultraviolet All About Eve show they haven’t lost their ability to shock and surprise. Read morePublished on 16 May 2003 by Robert
Leave your preconceptions at the door and expect the unexpected because Iceland is a long way from Martha's Harbour. Read morePublished on 16 May 2003 by David Waterworth