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Copper Blue is real music,
This review is from: Copper Blue (Audio CD)
With all the rubbish out at the moment (Alien Ant Farm, Blink 182 etc) I feel real sympathy for youngsters nowadays. If only they could look beyond that low quality music they could find a gem like this.
Copper Blue was NME's album of 1992, and for good reason. From the outset you can tell that this collection of songs is very special. It starts with the fantastic "The Act We Act" which contains possibly one of the greatest guitar solos ever and continues with some absolutely brilliant tracks. Those worthy of high-lighting include "Helpless", "Fortune Teller", "Man on the Moon" and the mellow, pop-like, "If I Can't Change Your Mind". Bob Mould certainly found his peak with this album and it should be in any indie lover's album collection. Right next to The Breeder's Last Splash.
Probably one of the best collection of songs ever put together....