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|2. Joining A Fan Club|
|3. Sebrina, Paste And Plato|
|4. New Mistake|
|5. The Glutton Of Sympathy|
|6. The Ghost At #1|
|7. Bye, Bye, Bye|
|8. All Is Forgiven|
|9. Russian Hill|
|10. He's My Best Friend|
|11. Too Much, Too Little, Too Late|
|12. Brighter Day|
This is a brilliant album.
If you like Queen then buy this.
Rocky with brilliant high vocals and harmonies.
Musically an absolute treat.
Great band and another great CD although i personally still prefer the first album but a great addition as very little available on this excellent bandPublished 16 months ago by MR R T MORGAN
Very grateful to a friend who recommended this band, as I wasn't aware of them in the 90s. Really fantastic tunes.Published 22 months ago by Larley
I loved Bellybuton and when Spilt Milk was due to be released I seriously doubted it was possible to make a better record than their debut. Read morePublished on 22 Oct 2012 by roomtemperaturesalad
This is not a review of the content of this record, I would say that it is my 3rd favourite record of all time and would not hesitate to give it five stars. Read morePublished on 16 Jun 2012 by Phelix
Simple short review which should encourage you to buy this album! Having been a fan since the beginning I simply COULD NOT live without the Spilt Milk or Bellybutton albums! Read morePublished on 27 Aug 2011 by Mrs. KL Mason
Not much to add to the other reviews on here except to say don't be put off by the mention of Queen influences - it's not *that* bombastic an album, though it is very definitely... Read morePublished on 19 Jun 2010 by Fiendish Games
If you have any interest at all, in what good sounding, high quality, properly crafted pop tunes should be, then you require this album. Read morePublished on 17 Jun 2009 by SteeveF
The second, and final release, from the much loved Jellyfish isn't as good as their debut Bellybutton, but it's still a worthy four star powerpop powerhouse. Read morePublished on 5 Aug 2008 by Mr. Christopher J. Welch