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Wrong Town, Wrong Planet, Three Hours Late

Wrong Town, Wrong Planet, Three Hours Late

10 Oct 2005

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 16 Feb 1998
  • Release Date: 16 Feb 1998
  • Label: EastWest U.K.
  • Copyright: 1999 Warner Music UK Ltd.
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  • Total Length: 53:17
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  • ASIN: B001EZ98NA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 408,751 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 26 Aug 2001
Format: Audio CD
This album is just plain mad. I've tried to be as accurate as I can (above), but it's a lost cause. Let's just say, you know that twisted twang Tom Waits has on "16 Shells From A 30-0-6" and "Rain Dogs"? Well take that, turn it up, add some totally doolally lyrics (in the best sense) and a singer who sounds like he should be wearing an eyepatch or something, and chuck in (exactly as the guy above says) at least 3 winning tunes for every song, and that's it. I've never heard anything like it, despite the comparisons I'm making. It sort of makes you go bug-eyed and grin sinisterly when you hear it. And - and this is great - it's one of the very very few albums that ACTUALLY SOUNDS BETTER ON A RAINY DREARY DAY THAN IT DOES IN SUMMER! Weird. Totally original... and not in a 'difficult album' way. Yessssssss.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By jleonard@madasafish.com on 3 Dec 2000
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This album heralds a welcome return for the Galashiels quintet who produced a wonderfully original first album in 1998. This quick-to-follow second album again features their own unique charms in abundance; Paul Vicker's gruff, bellowing vocals, daft titles (what on earth are 'Zulu Kites' or 'Sub Erotic Fields'?), art-rock quirkiness but above all, and most importantly, winning melodies which sound totally unlike other music around today. 'Rule The Roost', the first single, is the most straightforward they get but even this glam stomp appears to contain three different melodies for the price of one. 'Get A Bright Flame' and 'Love Is A Curse' experiment with strings with fascinatingly dark results. Winning melodies are similarly abound on the aforementioned strangely-titled songs and also notably 'Cabin Fever' and 'Tear Dog Eyes' which only confirm that theirs is a talent worth encouraging.
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It came out now ten years ago but sounds still fab today. There are some beautiful adventurous sounds contained herein. DOTR singer Paul Vickers sounds like a cross between Liam Gallagher, Mick Jagger & Richard Ashcroft while the rest of the quintet Grant Pringle (drums), Mike Small (guitars), Donald Kyle (bass), & Roger Simian (guitar) creates a beautiful backdrop of melodic noise. Best tracks are 'Love Is A Curse' which is much like Pink Floyd's 'The Wall'; 'Sub Erotic Fields' shuffling - reminds of The Moles 1967 slab of psych 'We Are The Moles'...solid & stupendous & brilliant "And everything falls into the stream"; 'Science Fiction Freak' is a captivating slow relentless glide through the galaxy of exploding emotions; 'Big Hefty Hounds' is pure 60's psych; there are some sensitive moments like the opening gambit of violins on 'Get A Bright Flame' - compelling; 'Hand Relief' with one of the more clever lyrics "She lives in Alice Springs and collects things like boy friends" and a blues influence via harmonica; final number is the long 'Fearless Vampire Hunters' which slowly builds up into a freak out which never really ignites. There are also aspects here that remind of Kaleidoscope and Pretty Things circa 67/68 - though DOTR may never have even heard of these bands!?! In any case Dawn Of The Replicants are coming up with new and refreshing sounds - obviously not from this planet - but let's go there (hell bent) - well in this case ten years late. Quite brilliant.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Richard Hart on 30 July 2005
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The Dawn of the Replicants Debut album was first brought to my attention whilst at college in 1998. I was studying a media HND and was occasionaly privy to the new and the cutting edge (Shame I didnt get an education to go with all that?)
I heard "Rule the Roost" the Replicants break-out single and at first was non-plussed. An apparently a-tonal nightmare, I couldnt see the appeal in this band and yet....
I kept listening to it and then the album, which featured weird songs with weird names. And eventually, it all started to make sense. That or I had lost my mind.
This album is a truly original piece or work, full of eerie themes, brilliant lyrics and dark music. It wont be to everyones taste (indeed it wasnt to mine at first) but it grows on you fast.
From the growling bizzare "Rule the Roost" to the uplifting "Zulu Kites" to the brassy "Hand Relief" to the quirky "Tear Dog Eyed" , the album is a bizzare and brilliant journey that is both amusing and a great piece of music. Even if you dont pick up on the bizzare lyrics and titles, the music itself, a strange mix of country, dance and classic indie, is great!
The true classic track is the closing anthem "Fearless Vampire Hunters" which ranks among one of rhe better tunes you will ever hear.
Give it a go, take a trip into the strange places that the replicants have seen and see if you are really one of us?
Highly recomended
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 1 May 2000
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Where can i start with this, my album of 1999!.The Galashiels five piece have stamped their unique mark on alternative-indie rock.From dark,bubbling corners of their imagination come 17 odd tracks full of passion and ingenuity.Some are all slow and downbeat, others are frantic and thrashing with venom.This is the best LP of 1999 and is even better than their "Scottish Mansun" like debut
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