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5.0 out of 5 stars She's a good singer (And they're a good band), 10 May 2001
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This review is from: Pleased To Meet You (Audio CD)
Am I the only one who loved this album??? I found this album to be a grand follow up to 'The It Girl'. It's obviously more mature but the style is there and so is the quality of songs.
Personally, 'Smart' didn't do a lot for me. 'The it Girl' is better than that album because they get more creative with melodies and their songs become more interesting. If you agree with me, then I am sure you will love 'Pleased To Meet You'. It's seriously worth the Pounds for 'Please Please Please, You Got Me, Breathe, and to mention the two wonderful singles, SAGG and RM.
It's a damn shame that these guys aren't around anymore, but this album is a marvelous ending to a wonderful band.
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Initial post: 1 Feb 2011 09:41:11 GMT
I think this is a fantastic album too. It's on my mp3 all the time. Great singing, songs, music ;-)

Posted on 20 Apr 2013 14:53:01 BDT
coca-ebola says:
You didn't mention NOTHING IS CHANGING - the real highlight of the album. A late stroke of near genius suggesting another direction they could've pursued - it's the song I'm most likely to play when trying to convince people that Sleeper were great. (TRAFFIC ACCIDENT actually is another - a rare instance on this album of the kind of narrative lyric that we loved her for in the first place).
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