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Alisha Rules the World [CASSETTE]

4.7 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews

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  • Audio Cassette (8 Nov. 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal
  • ASIN: B000001EPO
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,201,832 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Alisha's attic take a slightly quirky view of modern life in this wonderful album. It's easy to listen to, but with a edge. It IS quite 'girly' but, come on blokes, it's the 21st century now, so you don't need to hide it behind the AC/DC!
The production is great and there are some really cracking tracks on there. "Air we breathe" is a great way to end an album, the only problem being, it's followed by the slight "Adore U"
That aside, I would definitely recommend getting this.
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Normally the words 'kooky', 'sassy' and their ilk would make me run a mile before listening to a record. However, I was lucky enough to borrow this album before hearing any such description, and I can assure any open minded music fan that this is a cracking listen. All the tunes are great, the lyrics seem fresh and striking, the harmonies are gorgeous and the production smooth. Standout tracks include the singles Alisha Rules the World, I Am I Feel and Indestructible, as well as the punchy Intense and lilting Stone In My Shoe, but all the songs are excellent, and the album really works as a whole. In fact, someone who didn't know better might even say that this is the best female British album of the last decade. A little known classic.
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Alisha's Attic are a strange, yet very likeable band. They have the look of gothy indie-chicks, and yet they produce fantastically obscure pop gems. This is a superbly uncompromising pop album - capable of converting practically anyone to the Cult of Alisha.
Alisha Rules the World is jammed full of quirky pop songs, laden with jingly percussive interludes, well-timed harmonies and catchy choruses. "Irresistible U Are" opens the album with a sweet melody and even sweeter lyrics, before launching into the soaring grandeur that is "Intense". The real surprise on this album lies in the sixth track, "Stone in My Shoe" which shows the sisters are more than capable of crafting delicately melodic ballads as well as fabulously surreal pop ditties. However, the defiant single, "I am, I feel" and the storming "I Won't Miss You" shouldn't be overlooked either.
How Many Good Tracks? Eight, out of 13 (but the ones that are good are really, really good)
Best Track: A tie between the lush "Indestructible" and the anthemic ""I Won't Miss You".
Worst Track: "Personality Lines" is an unnecessary filler track which was probably a better idea in theory.
This album is a delight - falling somewhere between indie, pop and the psychedelic ramblings of two girls with too much time on their hands. With a little use of the skip button to pass by those irksome, but mercifully brief filler tracks, this album will be a mainstay in any indie-pop fan's CD player.
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Recently rediscovered this & have been playing it in my car ever since. Great songs to sing along to, with gorgeous melodies. I Am, I Feel, and Indestructable are tunes to crank up the volume and belt out. Some nice delicate songs too, like Just the Way You Like It, and Air We Breathe. Girly pop like it should be done!
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Infectious, catchy, off-beat pop fun with melodies that hook you (think of a cheerful Natalie Imbruglia). Add in the wonderfully effortless harmonies that only siblings seem able to produce, and you have a gem of a debut album that deserves to be more widely known and appreciated.
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I. Really. Liked this band back in the 90s/my teens

I thought the Name alisha was nice but when the song alisha rules the world came Out I was around 26. Weeks pregnant,the. More I listen to the song the more I fell in love,let's just say My daughter alisha is now 15 and she too loves this band :)
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Odd name. Alisha's Attic. Odd CD title. Alisha Rules The World. Odd Artwork. Little Pixie pops up all over the insert. Original? Yes. Classic? hmmm. Alisha's Attic are certainly not satisfied with sticking to the conventions of pop. The problem with the album is how blended the songs are. They seem to mush into one large pop tune that have no real impact. The exception is the truly gorgeous 'Stone in my Shoe.' "...But if I fall will their be another stone in my shoe, making it harder to come back to you..." truly enchanting lyrics. If you liked 'I am I feel,' and 'Indestructible,' then you'll probably have a slight warmth to this album. Don't expect to awake from a faint after listening to this album, it's nothing to get excited about, but then again nothing to really hate either.
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One summer I fell for someone who I'll always remember fondly as she would sing and dance to this CD. Normally nothing takes us back in time like our sense of smell but on this occasion, it is my memory for a sound that is strongest. So, a few years later, I simply had to buy a copy.

This is a lovely collection of songs which run smoothly, one after another, with a beginning, a middle and an end. If there is only space for one CD in your car to play back several times in succession, make it this one.

Harmonies, rock numbers and ballads, this album is a diverse dreamscape of moods with sharp, intelligent, imaginative lyrics. In fact it captures the essence of everything that man loves about woman, or at least this man(!) For me, this is a personification of my favourite feminine traits in one album; allure, independence, (apparent) fragility, inner strength and bouncing girliness.

This album is strong. It is powerful. It is beautiful. It is a must. As they say here in Lancashire, "get it bought"!!
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