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  • Audio CD (15 Sept. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Republic of Music
  • ASIN: B001C4Z7B0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 93,405 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Money Wheel
  2. What Your Boyfriend Said
  3. She Looks Like Audrey Hepburn
  4. Shot At Politics
  5. Hey Little Sweetie
  6. Joined By An Ipod
  7. Face On A Wall
  8. A Little Heart
  9. Back Of The Pub Quiz
  10. London Skies London Eyes
  11. Shoulder To Sigh On

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Format: Audio CD
Well, It's hardly perfect, but it's a very good follow up album.

From the offset, Money Wheel lures you into thinking this is going to be an album oh so similar to the first one, About What You Know. Followed by What your Boyfriend Said, the tempo keeps upbeat, with typical LMT DNA running right through it.

It's not until track 3 that things slow down, and this goes from being a good album, to a very good album. "She Looks Like Audrey Hepburn" is a much slower song by the band, but is done magnificently. The typical LMT continues afterwards with Shot at Politics & Hey Little Sweetie.

Things slow down again with Joined by an iPod, which has gained many fans already after they made it a free download on MySpace.

Unfortunately, what prevents this from being a 5 star album is just 3 songs, and 2 of them are numbers 7 & 8. Face on a Wall & A Little Heart. Good songs, but not quite up to the standards of the rest of the album.

Time for Anything picks the pace back up however, and the last 2 songs are quickly forgotten, before 2 of the finest tracks on the album. Back of the Pub Quiz, and London Skies, very different, but equally as effective.

The final criticism is the last track, Shoulder to Sigh on, it's like nothing LMT have done before and unfortunately is something they should perhaps not do again. A totally different sound, and it's a shame it's the last song you have to hear on the CD, when you will be begging for a real anthem of an album closer.
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well how good is the new album by Sheffield Indie band Little Man Tate? well the answer is brilliant - 13 tracks of catchy, big sing a long anthems and ace tunes. Stand out Track "She Looked Like Audrey Hepburn" is easily the band's best song to date and it looks like these boys will be around for a long while yet. A winner!!!
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By Brit Boy TOP 500 REVIEWER on 17 April 2015
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I was always a fan of this four-piece indie-rock band from Sheffield, and although they only stayed together for four years, Little Man Tate did have a string of chart singles, and two very polished, but under-looked albums. Lead singer Jon Windle has since go onto release a further two records, but as a solo artist.

'Nothing Worth Having Comes Easy', the lads' second album, continues the same steady stream of catchy hooks and sing-a-long choruses that made their first one, About What You Know, an instant favourite of mine. The witty and well-observed lyrics are still here in abundance, but there are a few surprises on board. The slow love song 'Joined by an iPod' is really quite beautiful, and 'Audrey Hepburn', another slower track provides another highlight.

As soon as you give this album a spin, you will hear immediately that Little Man Tate did sound very similar to fellow Sheffield indie band the Arctic Monkeys, but after a few repeated listens, you'll see that these lads had their own style, often very much in the flavour of Britpop, and definitely had their own personality. Best tracks: 'What Your Boyfriend Said', 'Audrey Hepburn', the very Fratellis-ique 'Hey Little Sweetie' , 'Back of the Pub Quiz' , 'Joined by an iPod', and the infectious opener 'Money Wheel'. The latter of which sounds uncannily like a track by The Wonder Stuff.
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By Keith M TOP 500 REVIEWER on 11 July 2013
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One of Sheffield's finest, Little Man Tate, were a short-lived, well, pop group, whose straight-ahead style in the late noughties (they split in 2009), sadly, did not bring them the recognition they deserved, despite some radio airplay (promoted by the likes of Steve Lamacq) and similarities with fellow Yorkshire band, The Arctic Monkeys. For me, along with London band, Dogs, who similarly made two outstanding albums in the same period, though in a more (revivalist-)punk style, Little Man Tate represent one of my favourite (lost) bands of the last decade.

This 2008 album, following the previous year's About What You Know, is another fine collection of songs, full of LMT's trademark mix of guitar hooks and catchy choruses, and all jointly composed by band singer/guitarist Jon Windle and guitarist Edward 'Maz' Marriott. Although, for me, whilst not being quite as strong a song collection as the debut album, there is hardly a duff song here and NWHCE still provides many moments of intoxicatingly vibrant listening. Windle is on his favourite subject of girls and lost love on the infectious pop of What Your Boyfriend Said, A Little Heart, Time For Anything and The Last Hurrah, and, similarly, on the cross-over of music and romance on the sublime melody of Joined By An ipod. The ballad-like Shoulder To Sigh On finds him at his most reflective, whilst album opener Money Wheel bemoans a band's treadmill-like existence.

My favourite songs here, though, are the marvellously infectious Shot At Politics, wherein our hero bemoans his lesser station in life, and the take on female stardom in She Looked Like Audrey Hepburn, with its great lyric, 'He thought she was looking deep into his eyes, right into his very soul, but she was just checking her hair in the reflection of his sunglasses'.
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