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on 23 March 2015
Even now this is still one of my most played albums, it's one of those that's easy to listen to all the way through. Great production, some real sing along songs, and some intelligent lyrics. It's thoughtful, authentic, and timeless.
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on 10 February 2015
We're all going to a World Party & it goes off with a "Bang". Still sounds like it was recorded yesterday by Karl (the white Prince) Wallinger & his co conspirators.Faultless.
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on 28 September 2013
If you like World Party,you will have this CD, so you don't need my opinion on it.
If you haven't heard it, then just go and but it.
Seemples
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on 30 September 2011
Does what it says on the tin (arrived promptly too). First heard this in the mid-90s, and the Kuwait City song still makes the cut.
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on 17 December 2015
Good service. Another high quality cd from World Party. But not as good as Goodbye Jumbo.
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on 10 November 2000
Afflicted by the psame inconsistency in quality that has marred much of World Party's catalogue post-'Goodbye Jumbo' (though not to the extent of 'Egyptology'), this is an odd mix, varying from the highest quality pop to seemingly under-developed ideas and doodles. High points are the sub-Kinks 'Sunshine', the loud and insistent 'Giving It All Away' (so good they play it twice), and the main closer 'All I Gave', which sounds like ELO only better. Framed in the main around the same environmentally friendly themes as its predecessor, the album is never exactly dull, but after a while you'll inevitably find the odd track - 'Rescue Me' for example - passing by without making any memorable impression. Clearly after the majestic 'Goodbye Jumbo', WP had a hard act to follow, and Karl Wallinger seemed to lose the muse for a while. This album only hints at what he can achieve - for a better idea, get hold of a copy of 'Jumbo', or the latest release 'Dumbing Up'.
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on 18 September 2014
good stuff
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on 2 January 2016
all good
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