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5.0 out of 5 stars You must experience this album!, 2 Sept. 2003
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How do you review an album that defies description? Broadcast's latest album has a style all it's own that cannot rightly be compared to anything else out there at the moment. The vocals are evocative of female vocalists such as Isobel Campbell( formerly of Belle and Sebastian) and Sarah Nixey from Black Box Recorder so if you like that almost fragile style of singing you will probably like this. The music is beautifully melodic in places, at other times there are shades of electronica and some instrumentals that would not be out of place on one of Radioheads later albums. If that has not intrigued you then I don't know what will!This album is perfect to chill out to after a stressful day at work and is guaranteed to relax. Finally, listen to the drums on track 5 "man is not a bird"- they will blow you away!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A total gem of a record, 7 Feb. 2004
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J SMITH (Harrogate, North Yorkshire United Kingdom) - See all my reviews
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Trish Keenan's ivory smooth voice curves its way through the jagged soundscape and creates harmony where there should be dischord. Yes it has an airier feel than Work And Non-Work but lets not forget how claustraphobic that record could be sometimes and Ha Ha sound doesnt lack substance. There are a couple of songs where the whole thing decends into migraine inducing cacophonies but this is why God invented that little >>| button on our CD players. They remain a band who you want to keep a delicious personal secret, yet at the same time drag into the spotlight and show the musical swill-buying public at large what a tremendous band they are overlooking.
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