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  • Audio CD (24 July 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Columbia
  • ASIN: B00005MCW5
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Mini-Disc  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 329,310 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Comfort Eagle is a worthy CD. The lyrics are smart and witty; the music is intricate and obviously charged with talent. Bought purely on the merits of short skirt/long jacket I have not been disappointed. Cake have taken the originality of Fashion Nugget and transcended it into Comfort Eagle. With so much computer generated music around today its great to hear music played on original instruments! Cake have pulled another fantastic album out of the fridge. An extremely good addition to any music collection that appreciates music that isn't clichéd.
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By A Customer on 11 Oct. 2003
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I had heard of Cake but never bothered to check them out until I saw the terrible 'Orange County' and heard one of their songs. It was such an amazing song that I no longer had any excuse not to check them out. I bought Comfort Eagle and was very very pleasantly surprised.
Some of the songs are growers but I've come to realise that some of my favourite songs didn't make a huge impact on me when I first heard them. This is one of those albums that you can have on repeat and not grow tired of. I like the fact that they are a very instrumental group, with trumpets etc... heard in most of the songs. The lyrics are witty, the beats are great. A real gem of an album.
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By A Customer on 27 Dec. 2001
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In comfort eagle cake have released another excellent album confirming there status as one of the most original and worthwhile acts around.When you buy this stick it on repeat as, as with their other albums this took me a few listens to really get into with the exception of .....symphony in c and pretty pink ribbon which grabbed me immediately i think that the title track is a real grower and kicks ass all the tracks are cool but my other faves are opera singer and meanwhile rick james. make this a worthy addition to your record collection and if you havent done so already buy everything else they have released while you are at it. long live cake
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I have come to Cake late, and circuitously: I wound up buying Comfort Eagle sound unheard, having stumbled across the lyrics to "Comfort Eagle" itself, which I thought justified an outlay of a fiver by themselves (except the reference to "Comfort Eagle" itself, which I couldn't fathom - if anyone knows, do write and let me in on the secret).
The album is pretty much what I expected: It's neat, quirky stuff, stuffed to the gills with the über-irony that afflicts sort of rock musician who is given to social comment these days. Pop singers don't wear their hearts on their sleeves anymore, and John McCrea is no exception: his lyrics are very clever, very wry, very arch, but they give nothing at all away: the irony is almost defensive in its refusal to admit to any real feeling: we know what McCrea thinks is silly but not what he likes, which would be much more revealing.
The instrumentation confirms this impression; long on chirpy horn lines, kooky keyboard hooks and cheeky little guitar riffs which come not from the class bully but from the scrawny kid who hangs out with him, wisecracking at everyone but never letting himself get caught alone, and fundamentally not putting anything on the line.
And the drum tracks are all either programmed or sampled - which strikes me as the height of laziness from guitar-pop band, to the point of being disrespectful to its audience: could Cake not be bothered to even hire a session drummer? With a running total of a shade under thirty seven minutes, it's a wonder they bothered to record the album at all.
All that sounds like I'm pretty down on this album, but I'm not: these are, at the end of the day, fairly superficial complaints, and they wouldn't, by themselves, put too much distance between this album and greatness.
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Cake have been close to creating their perfect record a few times over. Fashion Nugget and Prolonging The Magic had some superb indie-pop on them. The problem was that alongside great stuff like Friend Is A Four Letter Word or Never There were songs that simply didn't do too much. And with John McCrea's deadpan monotone delivery songs could meld into one another creating a melody that sounded much the same as the last song. So it's a pleasant surprise that Comfort Eagle doesn't have a bum note on it. It's everything McCrea has promised and more. Short Skirt/Long Jacket sounds like vintage Beck. The title track is a superb grooving rocker with perfectly pitched horns and echoed vocals. Long Line Of Cars is one of the most perfect pop songs I have had the pleasure of hearing. Every instrument is blended perfectly, unwinding until they all meet in a stunning effortless blast of horns. Meanwhile, Rick James follows a similar pattern of an escalating guitar part bouncing off a too-cool-to-be-forgotten bass line that'll be stuck in your head for weeks. The irony here then is that now that 3/5 of Cake have up and left the two remaining members (McCrea and the genuinely unsung Vincent Difiore) have stepped up to the plate and then some. The sameness seems to have lifted (unfortunately to return somewhat on follow up Pressure chief) and everything Cake have suggested they could offer is offered in spades. Comfort Eagle is pop perfection and by far Cake's best offering.
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