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  • Audio CD (28 July 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Bmg Japan
  • ASIN: B00005UD3O
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)

1. Did You Miss Me?
2. Film-Maker
3. Panzer Attack
4. Who Needs Enemies?
5. Amber
6. Digital Observations
7. Let's Kill Music
8. 555-4823
9. Been Training Dogs
10. Lake
11. Murder Song

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A. Burrell on 11 Feb. 2002
Format: Audio CD
I first saw TCTC (The Cooper Temple Clause) live in May of last year. They were supporting Muse at the Colston Hall,Bristol. I thought that their music was pretty unique, quite unlike anything i've heard before. So as soon as i saw this album was being realeased i had to purchase it. "Been Training Dogs" with its Rage Against The Machine style Riff is my personal favourite, whilst the mello, minor key sounding "Amber" is a real corker as well. There is even a touch of "Prog Rock" in the album as well.... The fact that this album contains 2 cd's is another bonus, with cd 2 containing 5 extra audio tracks and 3 tracks containing the groups videos..... Fans or Muse, Grandaddy, Radiohead, and Rage will love this album, trust me.......i know good music when i hear it..... Buy it and Enjoy it!!
Cheers
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By H. Platt on 12 Feb. 2002
Format: Audio CD
"We dare you to mean a single word you say" is the skull-drilling core lyric from "Let's Kill Music", an agenda that only a band like TCTC could pull off without seeming to be arrogant b*stards.
The limited edition CD comes with "Devil Walks in The Sand" and "Way Out West" (why aren't they on the album proper?) and all three videos the band have made so far. The live versions of "Panzer Attack" and "Let's Kill Music" almost get the sheer intensity of these guy's live performance across.
Whether it's the melancholy sounds of "The Lake" or "Digital Observations", or the high-energy, sh*t-spitting power of "Film Maker" and "Who Needs Enemies?", this is the kind of album everyone should buy.
NOW.
SO GO DO IT!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By R. J. Hole VINE VOICE on 30 Nov. 2002
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This album is a mixture of 70s Space-Rock, Techno, and 90s Indie/Britpop.
Track 1 starts like a mixture of Massive Attack and Pink Floyd but half way through changes direction to 70s Space-Rock. What I mean by Space-Rock is along the lines of Hawkwind, Curved Air, etc - heavy guitars & drums mixed with burbling synthesised beeps, bells, whirrs, etc, ethereal vocals. Track 2 starts with some guitar work that would not be out of place on a Muse CD but progresses as another Space-Rock track. Track 3 is more of the same but a bit more Lemmy, i.e. it is more Motorhead than Hawkwind (Lemmy was part of Hawkwind before he went his own way and formed Motorhead). Track 4 is a change of direction, instead of synthesisers we get a wind section and a singer who allegedly sounds like Liam Gallagher. One of the more pop tracks on the album. Track 5 is difficult the categorise, it starts quite slowly and gently but get quite heavy and at some points the singer sounds more like JJ72 than Liam.
Track 6 starts as a spaghetti western soundtrack but as you soon realise with this group they can be relied on to change style at least once in a song. The background effects give you a sense of listening to "Dark Side of the Moon" at times. Quite cleverly they introduce a violin strain half way through - whoever thought of that is a musical genius.
Track 7 fools you with its techno intro but then progresses into a sort of Oasis sing-a-long. Possibly the weakest track this album but enjoyable all the same.
Track 8 is the weirdest track. Techno sounds mixed with various radio samples, e.g. a weather forecast and BBC news but when track 9 starts it makes track 8 seem like a very elaborate intro to another Space-Rock track. Track 10 follows on seamlessly.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 9 Nov. 2002
Format: Audio CD
'My oh my I'm seeing the potential, lets just see what we can do' states Ben Gautrey on 'Who Needs Enemies', I'm sure someone said that upon hearing this band for the first time. What has been done, is that one hell of a great debut album has been made.
It was seeing this band live at the jubilee concert 'Middlesbrough Music Live' that really got me into them.
Possibly the best debut album of 2002 was what I bought afterwards.
Loud, angry and trashy are 3 words that sum up the majority of this album, but also great melodies are somehow fitted in.
Opening track 'Did You Miss Me' is for me the album's highlight, starting off quiet before building to a brilliant bass filled crescendo, then turning into one of the angriest parts of this album.'Panzer Attack' is the most anger fuelled track on here. Chart hits 'Film-Maker', 'Who Needs Enemies', 'Lets Kill Music' and 'Been Training Dogs' are some of the more melodic tracks on here. 'Amber' and 'Digital Observations' are something of a break from the noise created by the opening 4 tracks. 'The Lake' is probably the darkest, and best written track here. The 8 minute finale 'Murder Song' is a great end to a great album. The bonus CD offers more great tracks and live material where the band really excel.
Anyone who is in to bands like The Vines, The Hives, Primal Scream, will love this, The Cooper Temple Clause are right up your street.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Pete Goodson on 25 Jun. 2002
Format: Audio CD
Since the beginning of time, people have written songs about love. Songs to fall in love to, songs to break up to, songs to reminisce about people you met years ago and never saw again. But seldom do people write such brilliantly twisted songs of revenge and frankly disturbing levels of obsession. The songs snarl, hiss and threaten to rip your arms off (probably); when they sing about training dogs 'or anything that'll tear itself a hole', you can believe they really mean it. About everybody. This is a ferocious beast of a record, and one that you'd want on your side in a fight....
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