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This review is from: The Wrong People (Audio CD)
I bought this album on cassette when I was about 12. 2 or 3 years ago it was stretched beyond recognition and I actually mourned it.
Most people only vaguely remember "Brilliant Mind", which is such a shame, because all of the songs are really powerful in different ways. When it arrived I was nervous that it wouldn't stand the test of time. I literally led down and played the whole thing from beginning to end without moving. It is the only album I don't skip tracks on, ever. Yes, you can still tell it was made in the 80s but there is something utterly timeless there too. If I had to burn my entire music collection and only keep one, I wouldn't even think about it, there's no way I'm losing it twice.