...Though that description could be applied to most of the Go-Betweens albums, Tallulah is a particularly good example. One of a triple whammy of great eighties records (along with 'Liberty Belle...' and 'Spring Hill Fair' which I also recommend wholeheartedly) it's probably the most out-and-out pop album the band or any of its members have made thus far. Gorgeous melodies, appealing twin vocals and some damn great songs are found within; 'Bye Bye Pride' and 'Right Here' on Grant Mclennan's side, the heartbreaking 'The Clarke Sisters' from Robert Forster, and in 'Spirit of a Vampyre' we truly have the greatest cry of "hey!" in recorded history courtesy of Forster's arch croon. When this album was released it sold about twelve copies... more than a decade later, you can help redress the balance: it's the only decent thing to do.