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Panic Attack at Sainsbury's

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  • Audio CD (15 Sept. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Snowstorm
  • ASIN: B00004Y38Y
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 310,808 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Chris T-t - Panic Attack At Sainsbury's - Cd

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Chris TT is a great new singer from London and this album is excellent but even though I heard Injured Pop Stars on Steve Lamacq show, that's the worst track. I bought it after seeing the NME review and I love the slower songs most, with interesting arrangements and beats accompanying brilliant lyrics. Hole Full Of Subarines is a funny and sad story, with a weird long ending, like a jam after the song. F Sharp is frightening and intelligent, it takes an ambigious look at domestic violence. There's a short story on it, read by a girl, about someone letting looes wasps on an underground train, and Office Life, which is hypnotic with keyboards and image-filled words. Then Exeat at the end is all acoustic. It's cool that he starts and ends with the same song recorded differently. This album is really worth trying just because of the quality of the songs and the unusual ideas.
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Regular listeners of Radio 1's Evening Session may remember a tune called 'Dreaming of Injured Popstars' a few months back that never hit the shops (and to my knowledge still hasn't). Well, either it's another case of indefinite postponement, or a cunning marketing ploy to get people like me to buy the album. And it works.
Those expecting 12 pop masterpieces are going to be badly disappointed, as 'Panic Attack...' is instead filled with looping SFX, cheesy riffs and more than a few disturbing occasions when Chris TT does his best to sound like Comedy Dave (that wet guy off the Chris Moyles Show). Stick with it long enough, though, and you'll find some gems hidden in here, like the all-too-short 'Bubble' and 'Hole Full Of Submarines', but all too often the songs lack the killer chorus or catchy riff that it's screaming out for, which is why 'Dreaming of Injured Popstars' is by far the greatest track on the album even after repeated listens.
Give this guy a few years and he might make the most stunning album of the decade otherwise it narrowly scrapes 4 stars. And that's not just because I feel sorry for the guy. NME gave it 8/10, which just shows there may well be something here for YOU.
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By A Customer on 15 Sept. 2000
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can't stop dreaming of injured pop stars, get them out of my head somehow..... This album is well worth a listen, if you're up for some controversial, new music, go listen. If you trust steve lamacq, you'll like this album.
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