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Love Is Here

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: CD
  • ASIN: B009YJN7A8
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)

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Format: Audio CD
This is an amazing debut album from exciting new talent Starsailor. James Walsh and co are a blend of indie and folk with a pinch of rock and boy does it work. With heart renching lyrics, each track left me breathless as I stuck the album on repeat on my CD player. I had originally bought the album after hearing the delights of 'Good Souls' and then 'Alcoholic', both of which remain strong favourites of mine. Other highlights include 'Poor Misguided Fool' and 'Way to Fall' which leaves you awe-struck. The lyrics are at points painfull and sorrow-filled but there is no doubt whether this music will penetrate you, leaving you with that 'wow' feeling that only good music can. Buy this album immediately, don't even hesitate, it is an essential addition to your collection!
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It's strange how some albums just take longer to like. And it's strange how, reading the other reviews, it seems to happen to others as well! Often though, the ones that do take time, stay for a long time, too. I love this album! Walsh's vocals are staggering. They're strong, emotive, gritty, unique... In the last track, Coming Down, he reaches a sound that's a completely different timbre from any other vocalist I've heard. Full of passion, it's a short, simple acoustic track, but the bareness just emphasises the superiority of his voice (I can't understand these people who think he cannot sing; are they deaf??). My highlights are Poor Misguided Fool - its strong, catchy, and has a beautiful piano accompaniment, Talk Her Down (for similar reasons), Love Is Here, and Coming Down.

But how can I not mention the other tracks? They are all so good. The way She Just Wept falls into Talk Her Down is perfect, and Walsh's vocals are also at their best in Talk Her Down. And throughout you have these shuffling, catchy beats, quite jazz-esque (which is Fever all over), well-placed piano parts, and fantastic vocals, akin to Richard Ashcroft. Did I mention that I love his voice?

A top quality album. It's a bit like a seed. You get it, you plant it, and it does nothing. So you forget about it. Then months pass, and it pokes its little head out of the soil (or in my case my appallingly messy CD rack). You decide to give it a go, then suddenly it blooms into a beautiful flower. Splendid!
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Forget the media's cynicism. Forget Travis, forget Coldplay. Where Coldplay ventured on Trouble, Starsailor run riot. This is an album of 12 beautifully honest songs, of which many are potential singles. The heartbreaking 'Love is Here', the desolately tender 'She just Wept', the soothing 'Fever' & the anthemic 'Good Souls'. Simple songs that have been done before maybe, made sound as natural & easy as these guys do, maybe not. Although infants to the music industry, the potency in their songs (largely because of James Walsh's epic vocals) connects to that place the contemporary music industry likes to ignore - the heart. I had high hopes for this album & I am not let down. James Walsh's voice gets into your soul, shakes it up just like all the greats before him. If what turns you on is the Buckleys, the Verve, Neil Young or just plain ol' honest, touching, soul music from a guitar - you must hear this. Superb.
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By A Customer on 21 Sept. 2001
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In a more and more faceless music scene, Starsailor really show their true-selves. Compared to the current nu-metal & bubble-gum pop offerings this is pure emotion. Just looking at the singles, there is a wide array of feelings: Fever, slowly brewing; Good Souls' rising anthemic status; Alchoholic, simple but full of meaning.
Add the other tracks like Coming Down and Tie Up My Hands, and this album is a hard hitter.
Add the fact that James voice is amazing (live and on record) and this record is going to be in the top ten of the year list easily.
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By A Customer on 5 Nov. 2003
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I bought this album only very recently, after a friend recommended it to me. I reluctantly tried it, as his last 'must buy' album proved quite a dissapointment. This time he was spot on. 'Love is Here'is a stunning piece of work, and is one of the best debut albums I own.
The intro song, 'Tie Up My Hands', starts badly, and i thought this album would lack structure, but it changes into a wonderful acoustice piece, which i absolutly love.
It continues with some wonderful acoustic and heavier pieces, my favourite being 'Talk her Down'
I plead with people, if you dont own this album, buy it. It is worth every penny.
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Starsailor breathe a breath of fresh air to the British indie scene. Songs full of angst and passion but also a real sense of hope. With a voice like an angel James Walsh is able to draw you into his world with great ease and really make you feel you're a part of this record. After a lot of hype surrounding their live performances this album could have easily been a disappointment, but it isn't. Starsailor are going a long way...remember the name James Walsh, you'll be hearing it a lot.
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By A Customer on 28 Sept. 2001
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At first when i heard the opening track (tie up your hands)i was slighty dissapointed, only because i had previously heard Starsailor sing this live and felt it an extremely weak attempt at an anarchic marching anthem.
BUT it is a superb opening track, it works, it so so works, and from that moment on you are captivated. The title track is a slower more sinister version of the original b-side.The best song and hopefully next single Lullaby is a knee trembeling moment.
Any fan or curious listener should definately buy this album.
The one critiscicm being the amount of b-sides on the album, although who can blame them , they are fantastic songs b-sides or not. I just wanted to hear more new tracks.
A great soundtrack to the end of a rocking summer.
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