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  • Audio CD (24 Nov. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • ASIN: B001IMFI1U
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 33,699 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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titolo-electric argumentsartista-firemen etichetta-g unit/heat distrib--brani1.nothing too much just out of sight 2.two magpies 3.sing the changes 4.travelling light 5.highway 6.light from your lighthouse 7.sun is shining 8.dance 'til we're high 9.lifelong passion 10.is this love? 11.lovers in a dream 12.universal here, everlasting now 13.don't stop running contenutoritornano i fireman, ossia il side-project di paul mccartney che debutto' nel 1993 con lalbum strawberries oceans ships forest. paul mccartney e' affiancato in questo suo ambizioso progetto da youth, produttore di tutto rispetto (oltre ad essere il bassista e produttore dei mitici killing joke). electric arguments dimostra che paul mccartney e' ancora interessato a giocare coi diversi generi musicali. realizzato in totale liberta' e con uno spirito di assoluta creativita', a cui si affianca anche la scelta di uscire per una etichetta indipendente come one little indian, electric arguments e' un esplosivo ritorno, album che deliziera' gli ascoltatori e soprendera' i fan.

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Ok...I'll admit I'm a lifelong fan of Macca's output. Biased though I am, I will point to his mistakes, his halfhearted albums and indulgences. (and even when Macca gets it wrong he is never less than listenable - he is incapable of writing a boring tune) but this album - wow! He packs everything in here - soaring melodies, riffs to die for, bass lines heaven sent, and you know what - it's easily one of the most enjoyable albums of the year.

All this, plus Youth's production input give this album the rough around the edges quality of Macca's early solo work, but with the added benefit of keeping the whimsy to a minimum.

By turns frothy, rocky, spaced out, with more than a touch of the blues - this is wholly glorious !
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Much as others who have already reviewed this album, I am a longtime Paul McCartney afficionado (you could say he's a Lifelong Passion of mine, in fact). I also have the first two Fireman albums in addition to his entire back catalogue.

This album is pretty far removed from his previous Fireman releases. It sounds a bit like the sounds he produced on Twin Freaks, which was remixes of some of his songs. Although there were some vocal sounds in parts of Rushes, this is the first Fireman release to include sung vocals. These are delivered in time to some really funky beats, much as you'd expect to hear in an achingly hip bar or club, and I am confident that this album will actually be played in such premises in the immediate future.

Despite his successes and the adulation and critical acclaim he has received throughout his career, McCartney is very insecure. He has said himself he feels more able to kick back and goof around and noodle with these Fireman projects and so this is Paul McCartney being relaxed, free and himself. Not that his other releases are not true to himself, but he has long been pigeonholed as some soppy balladeer and as such a one trick pony but of late, most notably and recently with Electric Arguments, he has proved this to be anything but the truth.

A highly recommended album which is getting a lot of positive feedback from all quarters, and one I'd recommend to any fans of Paul McCartney, and of ambient and dance music per se.
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i,d heard through the grapevine that this album was astounding, i read the reviews on amazon 1st,people seemed to be happy with it.so i thought i,d take a risk.got to say i would agree that its the most consistant album since band on the run.theres some modern beats,lots of enchantment.lovely melodies,it really works.i,m on my 10th listen in 3 days,i dont remember the last time i liked an album so much and i do have a good few thousand.Paul,you,ll soon have your missing millions back at this rate
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This is an absolutely astounding album. I'm even more in awe of Macca's genius and I'm only annoyed it's taken me so long to get to hear this. Phenomenally brilliant and easily his best ever solo album. Some of the tracks would have graced the 'White Album'. Can not recommend highly enough. Truly magnificent - one of the best albums I've heard in years.
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By KaleHawkwood TOP 100 REVIEWER on 2 Jan. 2015
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This album makes me feel glad to be alive.
Paul has made a few - though not enough - truly great records since his Beatles days, including Flowers in the Dirt, Flaming Pie and Chaos and Creation...and this can be added to that illustrious list. (Never a fan of Wings, so haven't included any of their stuff.)
The combination of McCartney & Youth (who forever endeared himself to me when he produced the haunting Together Alone by Crowded House) is a potent and fruitful one.
The songs and semi-improvisations the two have come up with are never less than intriguing, sometimes breathtaking, occasionally beautiful.
The opener Nothing Too Much Just Out Of Sight is a five-minute stormer that puts you in the mood, and Two Magpies keeps up the interest and excitement. Travelling Light is the kind of gorgeous ballad at which Paul excels.
Other highlights include Dance 'Til We're High, Light From Your Lighthouse, Highway, and Sing The Changes, but even the least of these tracks - and they're not all quite so memorable by any means - is worth hearing.
With a big cheerful booklet full of pictures and photos, almost no info on tracks or even writing credits, and about an hour's playing time, this is one of the Fab One's most fascinating albums - for me it beats Ram or the overrated Band on the Run into a cocked hat.
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Electric Arguments shows Paul McCartney at his eclectic best rocking out our aural senses with the fiery "Nothing too much, just out of sight" which can leave us guessing where all this pent up aggression and vitirol is coming from? whilst other tracks such as "Two Magpies" is a lovely basic song with added acoustic flavours backed up by Paul's singing which hasn't aged a bit from his day's as a Beatle and the other "Sing the changes" is very uplifting which carries on in a similar vien with "Highway".

His solo career has often been met with added scorn and amazement at times but nobody can ever say he has ever written a boring tune as there is none on here to moan about!

Looking through the booklet that accompanies the album its funny to see Paul letting himself go with a canvas and paintbrush like a kid in a candy shop making the artwork that's seen on this album which despite all the problems he faced with his now ex-wife its good to see him letting himself go to keep us happy.
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