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After their triumphant sell out shows at Scotland's Celtic Connections and The SECC in Glasgow and a handful of shows throughout Britain, Love And Money now felt the time was right to revisit some forgotten elements of their past... The Mother's Boy was an ambitious double album which for various reasons was abandoned, with some of the songs surfacing on the classic Dogs In The Traffic. The band have re-recorded some of these songs, which, allied to some completely new songs has resulted in their first album for 20 years, The Devil's Debt. Put simply: this is classic Love And Money. Featuring the elements which they became renowned for - pristine production, learned from the masters the band worked with - Tom Dowd and Gary Katz, soaring vocals, guitars and strings and the impeccable lyricism of writer James Grant. Both statuesque and guilefully catchy, this is the essence of Love And Money...2012.
They are back and what a return. Without doubt one of the most underrated bands of my generation but who consistently produce a class product. Had the pleasure of being at the album launch at King Tuts in May and it sounded good then... you have delivered! I am a huge fan of James Grant (check out his solo work) and never thought I would see another Love and Money release...thank you for seeing sense (if i ever find out the name of the friend who after a solo gig asked JG the question..would it really that bad to get back together I will gladly by them a pint) Anyway the album. Ten songs of supreme quality. Songwriting at it's very best. Smacking tunes with JG vocals shining through with the harmonies of the beautiful Monica Queen. Highlight a bad track that does not deserve a place on this album and I will highlight a FOOL Every track a winner, however, I love the haunting sound of The Desired. So far the stand out track for me but so much competition. A musical masterpiece.....much appreciated
Love and Money and in particular James Grant have produced yet another beautiful album. Since their debut they have gone from strength to strength. After such a long time away you have to wonder what the quality would be like. I suppose the quality of James Grant's solo work never left it in doubt. It constantly annoys me to see talentless idiots on X factor week in week out when this country has such talented singer song writers and bands that never get the credit they deserve. All 10 tracks are fantasticly crafted, produced and sung. Well done L&M.
It's incredible that one of my favourite bands from my teenage years manage to get back together some 20 years later and produce this. I've been listening to `A Strange Kind of Love' for weeks now waiting for this to be delivered and it's just incredible. Well worth the two decade wait. The same band you always loved but with a more modern, fresher approach. This one will be on my iPod favourites and CD player for some time to come.
A truly fantastic album, every track is a joy. As one reviewer has already said, it's difficult to find a duff track. Love and Money produce intelligent pop music - great tunes, vocals and lyrics. It is exactly how a classic album should sound. A very rare event in this day and age.
Nice to get this.. I saw L&M live a few months ago and they played a few songs from this album. Y ou can see where their musicianship has developed with this album and James Grant as usual comes up with some well written songs.
My favourite Love and Money album is Dogs in the Traffic and I don't think it's lost it's edge over the years. For me this is it's perfect partner. James Grant's liquid gold voice continues to soothe, haunt and hypnotise you throughout. Some real classics for me, with my favourite being "This is the last time", although there is isn't a weak track on here.