- Audio CD (28 May 2007)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Copro
- ASIN: B000PKG4SW
- Other Editions: Audio CD | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 793,140 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
An Almost Sacred Triumph
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Top Customer Reviews
What this album is though is disappointing. You see it is nothing more than a regurgitation of old material for a new record label. That alone is why it merits three stars. Had it been the first time I'd heard the original songs then it'd have scored a four (not a five for being on the short side).
To hear this fantastic Oxfordshire band at it's best, please don't buy this album. Pop along to Beard Museum's webiste and pick up a copy of their first album. Better yet, go and see them live - you won't be disappointed by that! The sound on the albums is a perfect replica!
The track listing is like this:
1 - Once Upon A Time, I Was Interesting
2 - An Almost Sacred Triumph
3 - That "Status Symbol" We Spoke Of
4 - The Consequence Of Greed
5 - Anger Meet Teenager
6 - One Coffin Nail At A Time... Please
7 - What Have I Gone And Done
8 - New Music "Deal"
Tracks 2 and 8 are the only brand new material to be found here. Tracks 1, 6 and 7 all appeared on a free demo disc the band give away at gigs. The rest (including 7 again) are on the band's debut album "Fatally Yours".
From the catchy hooks and riffs, to the singer's soaring vocals and witty way with words, Fatally Yours are the complete alternative pop package. An exciting future awaits all of them. And I wish them well.
~ By Capita Dave ;-)
Judge for yourselfs for free@ myspace.com/fatallyyours
They also start their album with a song called 'Once Upon A Time I Was Interesting'. Shall I shoot that fish in a barrel or shall you?
Worst of all, though, they sound like a mix of The Smiths and The Killers. And that is not only unforgiveable, but something THAT SHOULD NOT EXIST! One point gets salvaged by the melody of 'What Have I Gone And Done'. You may well ask.