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In Memory Of...

6 Mar 2011

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 6 Mar 2011
  • Label: Artful
  • Copyright: (c) 2011 Fullfill LLC
  • Total Length: 58:17
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  • ASIN: B004L97BZ8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 89,359 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Sandercoe on 18 Mar 2011
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Great record. Great songs, great production. The boys are back in town!

Huge talents on display here - the songs are really strong, I'll Be Your Dog is catchy as a cold and All Things To All Men shows real maturity and honesty.

The production is huge, with Pete's guitar playing coming through it lifts it beyond the "usual" dance album.

It's the next level. Buy it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Karrade on 11 Mar 2011
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It's been a long time coming but this album is worth the wait. Well crafted songs and polished production make this a welcome addition to anyones music collection. Includes the singles "Gods in the Making" and "All Things to all Men" (plus probably a few more as time goes by). Pete's voice has matured nicely, play it loud in the car :) Highly Recommended.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Gazza on 28 Mar 2011
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Quality album by a quality band - every track is a corker no weak fillers.
My own favourite is Sleepy Head - nice cheeky turn of tempo in the middle.
Worth every penny - & so is a ticket to catch them live if you can, I just did & they were amazing (both new tracks & old).
Get Involved!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Debbieh on 8 Mar 2011
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Their return has been a quiet one but what a return it is. Forget their previous material, this work stands on it's own straddling pop,dance and rock effortlessly. "I'll Be Your Dog", "All Things To All Men", "Free Thinking Mind" and "Gods In The Making" are all quality tunes but so are most of the others. Also features Brian Cox, the scientist chap on it too for you geeks out there!

I love it.

Debs
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Shay on 4 May 2011
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... but it's great that they are!

I wasn't a fan of D:ream by any means during their original tenure. And apart from seeing Brian Cox on tv recently fronting a science show, I'd more less totally forgotten them. Then I came across this album, and was hooked! Forget any notions of frothy 90s pop, this album has a unique sound of it's own. I've only had it a few days and I've listened to it repeatedly... it's one of those albums that gets under your skin. It has a smooth, warm comforting sound. But at the same time is uplifting and positive.

Highlights:
# 4 "Gods In The Making" - A high-energy danceable track, with somewhat telltale lyrics. Which segues into..
# 5 "I'll be your dog"... a bouncy, funky track with a seventies cool vibe.

Lowlights:
#1 All Thing To All Men. A disappointing opening track. Lifeless, forgettable and, at 9 and a half minutes long, overstays it's welcome by about 7 minutes. An unwise choice to kick off the album, and is unrepresentative of the rest of the tracks.
#9 U Make Me... Probably my second-least favourite. That's the only issue I have with it!

Overall, I've given this four stars and would *highly* recommend it. It's a fresh, vibrant and unusual album, which I would have given five stars except for two things:

- All Things to All men is a disappointing start to the album and much too long.
- The album is gapless. Which is fine if you're listening to it start-to-finish on CD or iPod (or other gapless player). But for the majority of mp3 players, there will be a noticeable jump between tracks. And if you're listening to it on shuffle on any type of player, you'll get a hard start and hard finish on many of the tracks. Which is a shame.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Pikeypoos on 8 Jun 2011
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Wow what can i say - I've been following these guys work for almost 20 years and they certainly didn't disappoint with this new album. I'm hooked!

"I'll be your dog", "Sleepy Head" and "Free thinking mind" are my personal faves but from start to finish, In memory of... is D:ream at their finest.
But be warned - once you start listening, you won't be able to stop. Highly addictive!

I saw these guys live last weekend and they were simply brilliant!

Don't be afraid, add this to your basket - you won't regret it!

Gail
In Memory Of
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This is a shame I was hoping a lot more from D Ream. There first album was fantastic second one to pop. But this is rubbish sorry. Got it in my car was hoping it would grow on me but very disappointing. Need more keyboard something abit more catchy.
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I recently stumbled across this album a full 2 years after its release, having not been aware of it.

Having been a big fan of D:Ream in their early-mid '90s heyday (I had a cassette of Vol 1 on auto reverse in the car all summer back in '94!) I was intrigued to hear what they sound like today.

Like many of my favourite albums, on first listen it's not "immediate" (with the exception of a couple of tracks like the funky "I'll Be Your Dog") - but it quickly gets inside your head.

As other reviewers have noted, some of the tracks are long but this isn't to their detriment; there are some great tunes here.

Not one for the kids but a cool, clubby soundtrack with quite a few surprises... and like Vol 1, it's all killer, no filler!

Don't dither - you'll enjoy this immensely.
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