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Pocket Soccer
Pocket Soccer

1.0 out of 5 stars the track is called Sounds Like Something Dirty, 22 Nov. 2014
This review is from: Pocket Soccer (MP3 Download)
This has been stolen from Manchester band A Certain Ratio, the track is called Sounds Like Something Dirty.

This is FRAUD.

Price: £5.00

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4.0 out of 5 stars Lovely little remastered collection..., 7 Jun. 2011
This review is from: Collection (Audio CD)
This release seems to be getting a bit of stick but I think its a little undeserved.

Its obviously low price and misses some obvious big hitters but there in lyes its strength. We get a number of rarer singles and B Sides, but REMASTERED. And unless you'd bought the all singing £90 box set its impossible to get these remastered versions on CD. Guernica is a rare treat, Made Of Stone backwards but with new lyrics, in a similar vain to Dont Stop. The clarity of the remasters on tracks such as Standing Here and What The World Is Waiting For make this a worthwhile purchase. Also of not eis the demo version of Mersey Paradise, which is a nice raw take.


1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Paradyning...., 11 April 2008
This review is from: Paradyning (Audio CD)
You Opened My Mind (Then The Acid Kicked In), genius!! Pure Pop for 3 or so minutes then boom... the acid kicks in, reminiscent of Bowie's Ashes To Ashes, what a groove!!

Money Won't Save Your Soul, brilliant production, and the line "but if you can cry..." is the knee tremble moment of this cd for sure...

Adrian Be... well it was with this song I discovered the work of Adrian Borland, and their started another love affair, and what a beautiful tribute this is to his legacy, and what he stood for, always the music, always. 4 years after this record Mark would record with Adrian on his final completed work, the track was Digging For Water, the meeting of THE best two songwriters that I personally, have ever heard.

Inhaling is probably the albums highlight, sweeping guitars and a brilliant lyric... "I think i'd rather face the fire than the madness of the screaming hour"... we've all been here no??

Anyways, there are a few of my highlights, get this album and pick your own, as they are endless!!

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