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Comment: FINE YOUNG CANNIBALS Fine Young Cannibals (1989 German Democratic Republic 4-track Amiga label 7 EP with a wide centre includes Shes Drives Me Crazy Im Not Satisfied Ever Fallen In Love and Good Thing housed in a unique picture sleeve whichhas only a few light storage marks with the vinyl in near mint condition)
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  • Vinyl
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Amiga
  • ASIN: B004C3M3HY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)

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FINE YOUNG CANNIBALS Fine Young Cannibals (1989 German Democratic Republic 4-track Amiga label 7 EP with a wide centre includes Shes Drives Me Crazy Im Not Satisfied Ever Fallen In Love and Good Thing housed in a unique picture sleeve whichhas only a few light storage marks with the vinyl in near mint condition)

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I have this on vinyl but want ed a digital copy as well, however I didn't realise that this a remixed version with added electronically processed percussion and strings. These detract greatly from the original more organic sound. Great songs but the original mix was so much better. As example track down the original of the lovely 'Funny How Love is' on the web and compare it with the version on here.

Also worth noting that the download version doesn't include any bonus tracks.
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I would gladly give this one a 5-star because it's an excellent album with satisfying bonus tracks and 12" versions. BUT, unfortunately once more, good sound quality is sacrificed for the sake of (unnecessary) LOUDNESS. Treble is too high, bass is too low and in some cases sound is a bit destorted (the familiar loudness problem). Nevertheless, this is the only way to get some rare tracks in CD format and if your ears are not too demanding, you won't have an other opportunity to get something more complete than this offering.
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Good album of edgy power pop from 1985 - with a great track in 'Johnny Come Home'. They hit their peak with their next album 'The Raw and the Cooked'.
I had been put off by the bad reviews of this reissue. However I took the plunge and bought it - so glad that I did. Here's a few reasons:

- Sensitively remastered which brings out the detail that was previously obscured.
- Interesting sleevenotes.
- Lots of `new' remixes - some very good - 6 on (no8-single) CD for first time.
- Both FYC albums have not been reissued since the 80s, long overdue.

CD 1 43 mins
Extra tracks - OK, but you can hear that they don't hit previous heights

CD 2 50 mins
A particular highlight is 'Johnny Come Home' (Mark Moore 12" Remix) - with added trippiness. It must have been one of Mr S-Express's first.
[I will add more annotation if there is interest]

Previously issued:
2 on previous FYC CD
1 from 'The Raw and the Remixed'

A good package which is well worth buying, after the reissue of 'The Raw and the Cooked'.
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Format: Audio CD
Having just rediscovered my vinyl treasures of the long neglected "nineteenhaties" I fell for the FYC's debut again. Enough is said on the songs featured, so my short review shall only refer to the song selection on this compilation. For me being a fan right from the start I'd been happy to discover more extras than the omnispresent variations of "Johnny..." and "Suspicious minds" (featuring Jimi Sommerville on backing vocals). At any price they should have included the single version of "Funny how love is" which is different from the album track as well as other b-side material(12 inch"Funny how ..." also features a fantastic live version of "Johnny come home" and there are lots of live videos on Youtube which suggests that there is more to explore beyond the repetitious and dull remixes of their single outtakes.
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Nostalgia speaking here, NEEDED to have a cd copies of the FYC catalogue after hearing a track played on the radio recently. Still sounding fresh and original despite the passage of time. Money well spent.
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