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About a year ago, after almost a decade in self imposed exile as a would be folksinger, I developed an itch I wasn’t expecting. It seemed that there were aspects to my old life in rock and roll that I missed. Tour buses and product managers, certainly not. But the interacting with musicians, the camaraderie and the joy of hearing one’s music enhanced, and elevated by the aesthetic ... Read more in Amazon's Lloyd Cole Store

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  • Audio CD (16 Jun 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single
  • Label: Sanctuary
  • ASIN: B00009K00D
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,154,240 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 25 Jan 2004
Format: Audio CD
I think this is one of Lloyd Cole's finest albums to date, standing alongside Love Story, Rattlesnakes and Mainstream.
If you were a big fan of the 90's, long haired, rock version of LC..then you may find this albumn a bit too tame. But stick with it for a couple of listens, and I think you will find it growing on you.
I personally don't think there is a bad track on the albumn, but
My Other Life, and Shelf Life deserve special mention.
LC's vocal range has always been distinctive but limited in range. But on this albumn he blends his volcals perfectly with each track.
What's really nice about this albumn is the simple, home made quality to the production of the tracks.
This minimalist approach has really worked, allowing the songs to really shine through.
This really does deserve to be a quiet success.
I'd be surprised if I listen to anything quite as good this year.
Andrew
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Eduardo on 29 Dec 2003
Format: Audio CD
I have found a simple rule to assess Lloyd Cole's albums: the harder he tries to rock the worse the outcome ("Bad Vibes" being therefore his worst offering ever). After listening to "Music in a Foreign Language", it would seem he has finally given up trying to be a rocker. The album is full of delicate pop songs that highlight all the strengths of previous Lloyd Cole's recordings (ironic and intelligent lyrics together with classic, if simple, arrangements). A great album.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By s on 18 Nov 2003
Format: Audio CD
A great record. Lloyd Cole had ditched all the glitzy production of his recent recordings and stripped it down to acoustic guitars and some very light programming. The result is a very laid back, understated and mellow yet modern and uplifting record that is a sheer joy to listen to -- so much so that I found this record had me the first time I listened to it. The title track, "Cutting out", "Brazil" and "People ain't no good" (a Nick Cave cover) stand out, but there is not a poor track on the whole album. His singing is excellent. His writing is as witty and introspective as ever. I really think this is his best album yet -- as if he has finally discovered a production style he likes and has put out the album that he wanted to make as a singer-songwriter, free of the demands of the record company who wanted him to be a top-selling pop-rocker. Some fans may see this as a return to form. I think it is more of a case of him finally finding it. An excellent record, and highly recommended.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dan Mitchell on 29 July 2006
Format: Audio CD
I bought this album on it's release in the UK and on the back of adoring the previous albums: The Negatives (our Honeymoon album travelling around New England - my wife can still sing along to every track despite claiming to hate Lloyd's music!)and Love Story (an unexpected gem as far as I was concerned). I have to say that I played this CD and really was disappointed - I just didn't get it.

A few years down the line and with most of my CD collection now on my MP3 player - it is very easy to revisit old albums. This CD I played again whilst wandering the New Forest in the sunshine - it is now played regularly. Whilst his previous two albums were play out loud - this one, for me at least, seems to work best through headphones. The music has an insular feel and headphones add to this vibe.

This album, for fans of Lloyd may at first feel disappointing, if you were expecting more of the same. Take another listen - it may well surprise you - it certainly did me. Perhaps the music reflects not the era of the recording, but the mood of the artist and can only be appreciated when the listener is in the same place in life?
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Paul Midgley on 1 July 2003
Format: Audio CD
I have just been to see Lloyd in concert at the Comedy Store Manchester with a raft of his old college mates. The concert was an excellent advertisement for the new album - or would have been if we hadn't already been and got it! If anything, some of the tracks sounded even better live, especially My Other Life, and My Alibi. Lloyd joked about all his songs since the mid 80's being about mid-life crisis. Well now that we are all 42 the relevance may be more meaningful, but there's a poignancy about this album that sounds great on CD and outstanding on stage. Comments I heard after the gig were - "Outstanding musicianship," "Brilliantly crafted songs," - and, hey, its all here on this album. Buy it now!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. C. J. Waldron on 1 Mar 2005
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is a beautiful album. The strongest collection by Lloyd Cole ever. The laid back intimacy of each song demonstrates that the way Lloyd Cole has put this cd together is the way forward. Because each track is so strong and individual, you just never tire of listening. Paul Buchanan(Blue Nile) and Lloyd Cole are trully in a class of their own. There's no point highlighting any particular song as each one is gorgeous. I know I'll still be listening to this cd in 20 years time and enjoying it even more. Just like Rattlesnakes, a timeless classic!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Thetamus on 22 Aug 2006
Format: Audio CD
This album sums up all that is great about the man. I was a great fan of the early llyod cole & commotions albums, but lost my way somewhere along his solo career, excepting the excellent "don't get weird on me babe" of course... This is a return to form; magnificent music for that time when you're able to listen closely, and great for all those other times when it catches you unaware too. Now I'm off to discover what I might have missed in the album or two before this. If you like intelligent, articulate lyrics coupled with stirring and subtle music, Buy This.....
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