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English Electric ~ Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
English Electric ~ Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I was flicking through omd songs on youtube when I came accross Metroland. Iliked it and grazed the internet to find out where it was from. found out it was a very recent album and bought it. What an excellent album it is. It opens with Please Remain Seated, where we are advised the future we anticipated has been cancelled and takes us on a journey through a social dystopia via a collection of catchy melodies (metroland) ,great lyrics(helen of troy) and some quite disturbing images such as the future will be silent and atomic ranch. Final song winds things up really well with the human clock ticking down to the inevitable end.
The sound is a very modern interpretation of the omd sound… Read more
In The Shape Of A Heart <a href="">Jackson Browne</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
In The Shape Of A Heart Jackson Browne MP3 Download
5.0 out of 5 stars heartbreak hotel., 8 May 2013
one of those songs that reminds you of beingyoung, in love, falling out , broken hearted..... then doing it all over again! A great song, well crafted and just brill. :-)
Elegy (2009 Digital Remaster + Bonus Tracks) ~ The Nice
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars excellent parting shot, 16 Jan 2013
this was the last official nice album. released after they split up, it shows a band at the peak of their live performance. the original album consisted of four lengthy tracks which were nice interpretations of other people's music. hang on to a dream features some great piano work from keith and an extended jazz work out in the middle where, at times, he plucks at and hits the strings - a style used to great effect on take a pebble from the 1st elp album. some great bass playing throughout this track.
this is followed by a radical interpretation of dylan's my back pages with some excellent hammond work. next up is a romp through pathetique with lee jackson showing just how good he… Read more