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A fine addition to his catalogue,
This review is from: Hours (Audio CD)
If sobriety really is the death of the muse, it may explain the awful slide of the man who was once the worlds greatest songwriter.
OK, so even David doesn't have a clue what great songs like The Bewlay Brothers is about, but Queen Bitch and Five Years must be hard to beat.
So here is a comeback of sorts. This and Heathen add nicely to the catalogue and whilst the reason that comes with maturity and the afformentioned sobriety have sulled creativity a little, this is a huge leap back from the dark days of Tin Machine.
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Initial post: 15 Aug 2013 21:04:22 BDT
R. Herriott says:
You might like to reconsider the Tín Machine period. A lot of the content of those albums is as good as, if not better than Hours which I find to be the album, apart from Let´s Dance, I play the least.
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