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This review is from: Quiet Life [Digipak] (Audio CD)
Originally released in 1980,This was a bresk through album from a band who were still finding their creative feet. When I hear the intro to the title track with that sequenced synth, I get goose bumps every time. It has a fug about this album, covered in ciggy smoke and deep in side itself. Sylvian letting out some fantastic moments of soul and depair and really letting lose from their previous two albums, from a time when bands could develop a bit more, into this, I think a classic of it's time. I think its fair to say that Duran Duran were listening to this and claimed large chunks of its production style and refrain for their Planet earth.this album. Tracks like halloween, fall in love with me, other side of life show what they all could and would individually acheive, some cracking dramatic synth, fretless bass momnets that would have alan partrage air bass playing all night.
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Initial post: 16 Jan 2015 11:03:14 GMT
Prog Rob says:
This review is full of spelling mistakes and, irrespective of the content, should not have a 10 out of 10 'helpful' rating (or am I being Mr. Picky here!). Here are just a few corrections to be made:- breakthrough, inside, despair, Halloween, moments, Alan Partridge. Sloppy, but, I'll let you off this time as your review is an old one.
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