Adventures In The Underground CD
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SOUTH Adventures In The Underground Journey To The Stars (2006 UK 15-track enhanced CD album - During an 8 month period in 2005 South started producing themselves for the first time and the result? A combination of neo-disco grooves tempo changes & driving guitars contrasted with sparse piano joyous handclaps & xylophones. Includes the single Up Close and Personal 2 Bonus Recordings: Speed Up / Slow Down and a cover version of New Orders Bizarre Love Triangle; plus the Up Close and Personal & Up Close and Acoustic CD-Rom Videos)
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This album doesn't have the same standout tracks that feature on From Here On In or With The Tides, but it still works very well as an album. Although it exudes South's unmistakable charm, this is a more mature and confident record. It is sleepy, melodic indie pop with an edge. If you're a fan of Elbow, Badly Drawn Boy or Doves, you will enjoy this album.
It's criminal that South aren't bigger than they currently are. They have now released three fantastic albums yet they don't get the recognition they deserve.
And their brilliant music continues in their third full-length album "Adventures in the Underground Journey to the Stars." They take tight melodies and solid songwriting, mix it up with some lush electronic backdrops, and produce some truly beautiful music. Yes, it really is that good.
The album opens with traffic, echoing footsteps, a train going by, and doors opening --probably the London tube. Then the drums kick in, a solid guitar riff blossoms out, and Joel Cadbury murmurs over a swirling melody: "Give in to love it's the one thing we have/Hold out your laugh see the beauty within/I know the way but you won't be the first/Don't mean there's no pain.... There must be more to love than this..."
It's a strong opener, and it leads in to a bunch of other really good songs. All types: expansive indie rock that commands "don't take yourself so seriously," electro-tinged rock'n'roll, and some swirling darker numbers that sound like a rainy night in a London park, just as the stars come out.
But the guys also explore some less-travelled musical territory. There's the twangy countryish "Know Yourself," and a couple songs have swirling, twinkly electronica. The album stays spellbinding right up through the finale, where Cadbury murmurs, "One thing after another/Safe in the knowledge that we are flesh and bone/As beautiful as the first day..."
South has only had two albums before this one, but with "Adventures in the Underground...," they reach new levels.Read more ›