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5.0 out of 5 stars A lost classic, 6 July 2001
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M. Neville "Matt Neville" (Derby) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Stop Thinking (Audio CD)
Here we are then, another Ginger Wildheart side project. Only this one is something a little bit special, and considering it comes from Ginger, you know that it's going to be something really good. This is an album that benefits from repeat listening. The jokey interludes between each song sound annoying and detracting at first, but once you get used to them, you can focus on the true genius of the songs. Every track has something to offer. The disco-lite of "Message To Geri" is catchy in the extreme, the excellent "She's So Taboo" is a classic pop song, and "There's Always Someone More Fucked Up Than You" ends the album with one of the dreamiest melodies Ginger has ever featured on. Ginger's co conspirator Alex Cane exerts his influence on the likes of "I Think I Love You" and the catchy "For That Girl, Everything Is Groovy". The albums finest moment is the pop perfection of ".Com Together", a paen to internet love replete with a gorgeous melancholic melody. Stop Thinking is hardly a rock album, but it superbly maintains Ginger's reputation for a killer melody.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Show me the Funny!, 3 Jan 2013
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This review is from: Stop Thinking (Audio CD)
Although classed as a Ginger side-project, this record does stand up on its own merits, & perhaps should be given a little more respect.
A great acetic mix of styles including Rock, Pop, Dance, Country, Sixties, George Formby & Mock-Opera, all with Ginger's tongue firmly in cheek.
The record is a lot closer to Ginger's solo offering, than anything remotely WildHeart sounding, but if you like to sometime listen to a rock album that's a little left-field, you could do far worse that this.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars This is rock?, 24 Mar 2000
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A somewhat strange album, certainly far away from the sound of the Wildhearts and Gingers other projects. On first listening I wasn't even sure you could call some of it music, but it quickly grows on you and before long you'll be screaming along to the cheesy dance abba'ish song about Geri. Other excellent moments include the relaxing "sunday driving on a thursday afternoon" and the happy "there's alway someone more f----- up than you". The album is just a collection of songs made by two drunken blokes in a studio, not ground breaking, not defining, but good fun.
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