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  • Audio CD (10 April 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Eclectic
  • ASIN: B000EU1MYY
  • Other Editions: Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 292,505 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Little One 3:07
2. Waiting For You 3:57
3. Drivin’ To Nowhere 3:32
4. Meglamaster 1:52
5. Didecoi 2:31
6. April In England 3:21
7. Revelations One 2:43
8. Anthem 2:45
9. Down In The Jungle 2:44
10. Rentasong 2:58
11. Young Boys 3:32
12. All I Want To Be 4:09

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Vince on 23 Sept. 2009
Format: Audio CD
This album was produced at a time when the Edgar Broughton Band had a late seventies stint supporting bands such as Ian Gillan on tour under an alias of 'The Broughtons' to make a living.
They had a little dip into the world of 'punk' but whats new? This band had always been anti establishment to a point and I'm afraid that there music went completely over the audiences head, well especially the younger ones that is. I found them to be as bloody mindedly brilliant as they always were and even to date are still performing 'smaller venues' and excelling.
They were and still are one of the greatest political rock bands of all time and this album although somewhat different to the Harvest label recordings of previous years is just as wonderful. Some humour involved in 'Little One' a send up of of their native Birmingham accent, atmospheres of bygone times in 'April in England', stunning lyrics in 'Didecoi' a reference to Gypsies of that order I suppose and even a love song 'All I Want To Be' to boot.
This album lacks no less than earlier stuff and even adds a heck lot more.
If you loved the Broughtons of old you will still love the Broughtons new. I tell no lie. This album is special.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By P. Cowen on 21 Aug. 2007
Format: Audio CD
I love this album it's so different to anything out there!

funny poppy tunes like Little One and grand polictical stances with Anthem and that one that starts "Cruise car with a smile like a shark..........."

any the ulitmate love song: All I wanna Be

buy it you'll love it!
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'Something For Everyone' 21 Feb. 2010
By Steve Zubal - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The band covers alot of musical ground on this disc...The first song would fit on some of the 'Kinks' albums from the late 70s. It's a funny light-hearted tune, complete with leather-sofa fart noises and fitting English-accent female vocals. This is a good song to just act stupid to. And would be on my 'Best Of' because it's funny, theres not enough funny songs in the world! Tracks 4,5,7 and 8 are the other songs I favor on this disc. "Meglamaster" would fit on 'Motorhead' albums from this period. It's to short though and leaves you wanting more, they could've kicked this one for 6 to 8 minutes and I would still want more...but the bulk of the album is light by comparison. The 5 songs I favor are all short...13+ minutes combined so this is my least favorite of their 8 studio albums. "Didecoi" could've been 10 minutes and I would sap it up like maple syrup. "Revelations One" and "Anthem" are killer songs, these versions are cool but the versions on their DVD 'Rockpalast' 2006 are even better in my opinion. This is a decent record good for driving or when your tinkerin' in the garage. A very vocal record Edgars' style changes tune after tune which keeps it interesting, Steve pitches in a couple lead vocals too. Pete Tolson, Tom Nordon, (guitars) Richard De Bastion (keyboards) and of course Arthur Grant on (bass) complete the band for this 1979 reformation album, their 1st in 3 years.
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