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  • Vinyl (5 Dec. 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B0057RKQQO
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 163,918 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Hush
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

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A. Boylett on 20 Sept. 2004
Format: Audio CD
If you've read the other reviews here you'll already know how great this album is, if you've already heard the album you'll wonder too how this band were not the biggest band in the world and if you already have the album, buy it again as you should always have a spare in case of disaster!
A work of genius in the form of a concept album set over the course of the dreams of a nights sleep, from the opening lullaby of 'Hush' that gently lulls you down into the dreamstate, to the alarm bells rudely awakening you as the last sound on the album at the end of Brighter Day, this record is a classic! Every song a gem and a treasure in it's own right.
There are few albums in life that are so perfect that you never tire of hearing them on a regular basis, regardless of what other musical styles come or go, but Spilt Milk is definitely an undiscovered masterpiece that falls into that catagory.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Devon Geezer on 18 Jun. 2005
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
My NUMBER ONE album of all time (yes, even above The Beatles!). Absolutely perfect and not a duff track on it.
I never EVER tire of listening to this album and it breaks my heart that Jellyfish were criminally ignored by most of the record-buying public. Shame on you! If you're a fan of intelligent well-crafted songs with delicious, poppy hooks, superb musicianship and intriguing sing-a-long lyrics, please buy this album! Imagine popping The Beatles, Queen, ELO and Cheap Trick into a blender: a quick whisk and...hey presto! Jellyfish! Every listen reveals something new to me and the production is second to none. There's not a lot you can buy these days for £6.99 and I promise you, it's worth every penny. You won't be disappointed! (Now, whatever DID happen to lead singer Andy Sturmer?! Andy, if you're reading this, get in touch!)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. L. D. Glynn on 8 Nov. 2000
Format: Audio CD
As the first complex vocal harmonies of "Hush" kick in, you know this album's going to be something special. One of the most underrated bands of the 90's, Jellyfish pulled out all the stops after their debut and produced an LP with a dizzying number of influences. From The Beach Boys to Queen, The Beatles to Bob Dylan the sheer diversity never fails to impress. With an ear for a great melody, but with plenty of oomph for fans of rock like myself, Spilt Milk makes for an entertaining listen.
My personal favourites are Joining A Fanclub and Russian Hill: the first being a happy jump-around joyous stomp with tight harmonies, and the second a slow-burning acoustic number that builds and builds....however, all of the songs have their special "hook" and the dizzy, playground pop lyrics of "Sebrina, Paste & Plato" make you imagine a bubble-filled bizarre land that Jellyfish live in! This album and their debut, Bellybutton have had me raving about the band for the past 5 years - I just hope that their solo success, since the unfortunate splitting-up of the band, goes on to be as stunning as this. A must-have.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 31 May 2001
Format: Audio CD
Yeah, I'm talking to you!!! Don't put up with half-baked pop ANYMORE!!! And that's an ORDER soldier!!! This is the album you want, the album that you NEED, that elusive PERFECT album you've been looking for since you had your musical tastebuds whetted by The Beach Boys' 'Pet Sounds', or that album by some guys from up north, yeah, I think it was called 'Revolver'. Tracks like 'Sebrina, Paste and Plato', 'Joining a Fanclub' and 'New Mistake' are the stuff that PROPER, INTELLIGENT (and not in a horrible pseudy way either) POP (with a gigantic capital P) is made of!!! On the other hand, swirling masses of heavenly harmonic chorus like opener (whisper it quietly) 'Hush' and delicate acoustic swooners such as 'Russian Hill' (THE most affecting song I've ever heard, "I don't know where, but it sends me there") are enough to melt the hardest heart at a thousand paces. And that's without mentioning the rest of the album, every track of which I LOVE!!! WHAT!!! Are ya still here reading this?!? WHAT!!! HAVEN'T YOU BEEN LISTENING?!? O.R.D.E.R. T.H.I.S. A.L.B.U.M. N.O.W.!!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Phelix on 16 Jun. 2012
Format: Vinyl
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. My opinion in this 'review' is based on the quality of the reissued vinyl, of which I have obtained the hard to find GREEN VINYL.

First off, I will say that if anything lets this album down it is the mastering (including the CD). On the tracks where there are a lot of things going on, the clarity of the instruments gets lost in the mix. For instance, the verses of 'Sebrina' sound teriffic, but once the chorus kicks in, as well as the other multi layered parts, it's where the only disappointing moments occur. The bass suffers as a result, i.e. the kick drum and bass guitar. The balance in songs like 'Russian Hill' and 'Bye, Bye. Bye', which (by Jellyfish standards) are very straightforward, is spot on, whereas 'all is Forgiven' sounds messy and lightweight!

My original vinyl was pressed on very low grade wax and was one of the worst sounding records I've ever owned, sonically speaking.

When I heard about these reissues, I immediately did all I could to get hold of the coloured vinyls (Bellybutton has also been reissued on blue vinyl), so I have to admit that when I saw the sticker on the cover stating the new vinyl was cut using 'the original masters', my heart sank. There is NO remastering going on here and it's here that we lose a star. The packaging is very nicely done, much nicer than the lacklustre 1993 UK release. The vinyl is a rich, clean green on heavyweight vinyl. Much like the original pressing, the mix on this reissue is VERY quite!
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