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4.0 out of 5 stars Their Best., 6 Jan. 2010
This review is from: The Story Of A Young Heart (Audio CD)
In my opinion A Flock Of Seagulls peaked musically with this album. Although many fans would argue, the songs here are more constructed. Lead single The More You Live The More You Love (UK Top 40) is presented here in it's original,7" & 12" versions. The other singles Remember David and Never Again are also included with various mixes. European (I Wish I was),Suicide Day and Heart of Steel make this album an essential part of any 80s collection.
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Initial post: 25 May 2015 14:38:21 BDT
Yes, it's typical. Critics may be "nice" (don't hurt yourselves) to the first two, but it's easy to see (and hear) how accomplished this album is and more people should say it. It's typical that only 3 singles (previous albums had four. Perhaps 'The End' should have been a single, it sounds catchy enough from the snippet on here I heard, or 'Lost Control' could have been a single, instead of just a 'b-side' too.
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