4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A much needed round up of nearly everything they released.,
By A Customer
This review is from: Whered You Learn to Kiss (Audio CD)
One of the UK's most underrated bands, this long overdue relese Takes in everything from 1988's "Emma's House" ep to 1991's "For Keeps" Album; just about everything they released on the Sarah label, bar 10 or so tracks. An eclectic mix of styles, from the acoustic loveliness of "Willow" to the New Order-styled "Missing the Moon", ensures that most indie fans will find something here to cherish. My own personal faves are "White", with what sounds like a thousand guitar overdubs, and "So Said Kay", a hopelessly romantic paen to love from which the compilation takes it's title. All wrapped up in a lavish mini-album-type sleeve with a useful potted history of the band to boot, the release of this means that we can now give that worn out vinyl a well deserved rest. Simply beautiful!