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  • Audio CD (21 Sept. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Lemon
  • ASIN: B002KGVB1O
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 224,178 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Don't Stop the World
  2. What a Jerk
  3. Darling
  4. Everything for the Dancer
  5. Capaldi's Cafe
  6. Hypertension Yeah Yeah Yeah
  7. It's a Boy's World
  8. Rock Ferry
  9. Taxi
  10. Operator
  11. Love On the Wire
  12. Goodbye to All That
  13. It's a Boy's World (BBC Sessions)
  14. Capaldi's Cafe (BBC Sessions)
  15. What a Jerk (BBC Sessions)
  16. Hypertension Yeah Yeah Yeah (BBC Sessions)

Product Description

Our product to treat is a regular product. There is not the imitation. From Japan by the surface mail because is sent out, take it until arrival as 7-14 day. Thank you for you seeing it.

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If you have never heard DEAF SCHOOL then you are missing one of the great treats in life. A million words can't distill to an essence
this approach to playing music. From parisian cafe music to go for the jugular hard rock, with just about every style in between, this
art rock outfit might just have come along at the wrong time for the music industry, but at just the right time for merseyside.
Unfortunately the music does not really give you the whole picture, (u tube them and see what I mean) because live the whole package is one of the most articulate, entertaining, humorous, and dare I say it ENGLISH offerings ever to grace a stage.
IT IS 2014 AT THE TIME OF THIS WRITING. IF YOU GET THE CHANCE TO SEE ONE OF THEIR RARE LIVE PERFORMANCES
JUMP AT THE CHANCE; THEY ARE RARE.
Some of the nicest people on the planet!
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It's tough not to give 5 stars to anything by this group, especially a record containing such 24 carat Deaf School classics as 'Darling', 'Capaldi's Caff', 'Taxi!' and 'Rock Ferry', but there was and still is something not quite perfect about this album. I've never been quite sure what it was, but listening to it again I think it's the pacing and sequencing of the record that is flawed. The title track starts magnificently but the song eventually takes off the world towards the planets in a psychedelic noise that goes on a tad too long and then the downbeat 'What a Jerk' brings the pace to a virtual standstill that leaves the wonderful ditty 'Darling' to get things going again and the task is too much for such a lightweight piece of Beatle-esque pop. Then we have a song that isn't really a song at all followed by the mighty 'Capaldi's Cafe' which would be an amazing climax to Side One if only Side One had been stronger. Side Two then suffers (particularly on the CD) as it is pretty much impossible to follow 'Capaldi's Cafe' with anything and 'Hypertension Yeah Yeah Yeah' doesn't really stand a chance, and then 'It's a Boy's World' and 'Rock Ferry' which, while charming, are two more exercises in nostalgia for the 60s, an area that has already been covered to some extent by 'Capaldi's Cafe'. By the time we get to the classic 'Taxi', the impetus of the record has been too slow to showcase the song adequately and it's as if the best pop song on the record - and the only single to be released from it - has been sequenced where one would expect to find a filler track. 'Operator' concludes the (original) album and while it is a pleasant enough Bette Bright vehicle it seems the wrong choice of closer for an album that contains other more obvious options for the final track.Read more ›
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17/18 and 19 September 2009 saw Deaf School perform at The Everyman in Liverpool to a fabulous reception from the crowds, I was lucky to go each night and it was amazing. As are these albums that have been released (I picked up my copies of each at the gig) and the inclusion of songs like Goodbye To All That (which they did live) is fantastic.

If you ever get a chance to see them live, do it, you won't be disappointed!! if not then these albums will keep you singing along!
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Great CD to rediscover. Had Deaf School music on vinyl years ago,,thoroughly enjoying their quirkiness. Well worth finding once more.
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