11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Strange - you sometimes pick up a CD and browse the track list and say "yes - now this will be a great album". Then an odd thing happens. You play it and it just doesn't gel somehow.
Suedehead had that effect on me.
Don't get me wrong - there are some great tracks on here. The outstanding 'Boxers' proving that Moz can out-Smith the Smiths, Everyday is Like Sunday, International Playboys etc etc. But somehow it doesn't work as a coherent album. The inclusion of duds like 'That's Entertainment' and 'Interlude' just seem to jar the flow.
Interestingly Bona Drag managed to cobble together a selection of disparate tracks and make them seamless. Not so with the flawed Suedehead,… Read more