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Smoke and Mirrors
Smoke and Mirrors
Price: £9.26

15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars In Goth We Rust, 30 April 2009
This review is from: Smoke and Mirrors (Audio CD)
I can't remember looking forward to an album so much for years.

There are the obvious nods to The Fields of the Nephilim (which is hardly surprising) and proof that Julianne Regan is still one of the most talented lyricists and singers around, yet the whole ensemble add their own touches to the album that elevates it above what could have been simply an exercise in 'Goth supergroup goes through the motions'.

'To Believe in Something' is truly special, but you just cannot find a bad track on the album.

An instant classic. More music should be made this way!

Price: £10.12

10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cherry Red track Listing, 30 April 2009
This review is from: Pleasure (Audio CD)
The Cherry Red re-release has a different track listing to that shown in the product listing. It should be:

Track List
1.Getting Nowhere Fast
2.Warm Girls
4.It's Fashion
5.Go For Gold
7.Too Big For Your Boots
8.I'm Beautiful Now
9.Waterbed Babies
10.Fun-City Teenagers
13.China Blue
14.Fast Boyfriends
15.She Flipped
16.Goodbye To That Jazz
17.This Train
18.Fast Boyfriends (Richard Skinner Session)
19.£600,000 (Richard Skinner Session)
20.I'm Beautiful Now (Richard Skinner Session)
21.Pleasure (Richard Skinner Session)
22.Boys At their Best (Demo)


1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Egginess Abounds, 6 Jan 2007
Can you believe it? I had no idea that they were responsible for the ice skating Citroen C4 advert!

For fans of that particular Ibiza stomper "Sideways" (AKA CD2) will keep you happy, but it's CD1 where the real good stuff lies.

"Wall" and "Walking Away" (even without the Toscadisco remix) are real modern day classics. They and the new track "Nothing" (only available so far on this Special Edition and which out New Orders anything that particular band have done since Low Life) has made this essential in car listening for me.

In fact, it's worth buying for "Nothing" by itself. Listen to it loud!

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