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on 14 March 2015
their music is good and still is.
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on 26 October 2015
Great early effort from TFF
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on 4 November 2013
Simply awesome is what i say. 3 discs, a book, a concert program and a box! Curt and Roland at their best.
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on 15 December 2014
excellent value ... thx
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on 19 November 2015
1980's New Wave Pop, around the time of Blancmange, Bananarama (they got their start with Funboy Three)Kim Wilde, Howard Jones, Nick Kershaw, Toto Ceolo, The Go-Go's, The Bangles, Lloyd Cole & The Commotions, Talk Talk, Fiction Factory, Monsoon, Pearl Harbour & The Explosions, The Flirts, Felony, The Payolas, Gary Myrick & The Figures, Simple Minds, Haircut 100, The Lotus Eaters, Romeo Void, Katrina & The Waves, Bram Tchaikovsky, The Waitresses, The Passions, the era of New Wave-Pop, which led to Scritti Politti, Mobiles, Fuzzbox, Tears For Fears's best record, notable for 'Change', 'Pale Shelter' and 'Way You Are', recorded between 1981-1983.
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VINE VOICEon 20 January 2014
The qualities of this superb debut album have been well discussed for the last 30 - odd years. No need to embellish here . If it were just for the songs in themselves this would be 5 stars.

No, this is all about the 'ultra high quality audio' which is meant to blow you away when you choose one of the three audio formats on offer and play it through your blu-ray player in surround sound.

It's nice but compared to other discs like this by other artists I have bought lately this is the least spectacular . Not really a significant improvement on the original audio disc.

So there you go . Maybe one for the die-hards only?
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on 8 January 2015
excellent thanks
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on 10 January 2015
Amazing album
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on 12 November 2010
There are so many good songs on the Hurting but it sounds like a demo tape compared to Big Chair, the remastered CD sounds a bit better, but what it needs is completely new post production cleanup & REMIX !!, many of the songs sound flat & cluttered by cheezy-dated sound effects, what it needs is for someone competent to go back to the master 16 or 24 track master tapes and fine tune each & every track then REMIX it properly.

Neil Bascome & Chris Hughes, are you listening ??
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on 19 October 2015
great album
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