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I beleive the trio of Kingsize, High as Monkeys and Eurostar are unrivaled as the heart of any album, for sheer beauty and showing a band's quality. These three alone make it an essential purchase, but don't think the other songs are any weaker for them, Comb Your Hair flows along effortlessly, with melodies and emotion lesser bands would kill for, the opener Blue Room in Archway, is joyously experimental, harking back to Giant Steps and the slower songs such as She Is Everywhere and Song From The Blue Room have a grace and intimacy unmatched in modern music.
Having subsequently bought all the band's albums, only the afore-mentioned Giant Steps comes close and the others have suffered unfortunately in the shadow of Kingsize and rarely graced my CD player. If rumours are to be beleived and the lack of success for this album was partly to blame for the band's split, then shame on the record buyers out there for denying us a follow-up
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this before its release in 98 as a promo CD under the counter in my local record shop. As others have said the Boo Radleys were massively underrated and the songs most... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Richard Dale
I love this album. I know one person who really doesn't like it. That's Martin Carr. Having met the guy, I told him how much I liked it, but he said that he was, rather than... Read morePublished on 30 Aug. 2004 by C. Brown