The Singles 1993-2003
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Kicking off with three singles off their fine debut album 'Exit planet dust',this CD continues to impress with the excellent Noel Gallagher collaboration 'Setting sun', the classic 'Block rockin beats' and the otherworldy 'Private psychadelic reel' off the superb 'dig your own hole' album.
The pattern here at this point begins to prove how Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons are peerless singles artists,dance music or not.
The award winning(courtesy of Q magazine) Surrender album from 1999 is also their best,as it contains the second Gallagher featured track 'Let forever be'(a blatant nod to the beatles' 'Tomorrow never knows'),the mind-altering 'Hey boy hey girl' and the infectious 'out of control'.Their criticised follow-up,'come with us' gives us the underrated 'Star guitar' and the well meaning but overlong 'the test',featuring Richard Ashcroft from the Verve on vocal duties.The two new tracks here are no match for the earlier stuff,Wayne Coyne from The Flaming Lips proves he really can't sing on 'The golden path',but 'Get yourself high' is better,a successful effort at replicating Paul Oakenfold's starry eyed surprise single.
Overall,absolutely classic stuff from the duo who even rock muisc fans truly admired.If you don't have any of the albums mentioned above,then this is an essential purchase.
A must have for seasoned CB fans & a good introduction for new fans
Yet this slightly misleadingly-titled 2003 collection has its flaws, even if it was gold-selling. It doesn't even include all of their singles. For instance, despite their relatively high chart positions 2001's 'It Began In Afrika' , and 1997's 'Elektrobank' , are omitted from the running order. This is bemusing as they are better than 'Get Yourself High', an underwhelming, self-serving collaboration with Astralwerks label-mate Canadian rapper K-OS that is 1 of Singles: 93 - 03 2 new song's, and the lightly trippy 'The Test' , on which The Verve's Richard Ashcroft offers up an unconvincing impression of The Doors' Jim Morrison.
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As the title suggests, this album traces a chronological line from their arrival on the scene in 1993 with the still-stunning "Song To The Siren", through the commercial zenith of the "Dig Your Own Hole" and "Surrender" albums with the slightly formulaic rock/dance splicing of "Setting Sun" (arguably the best thing Noel Gallagher's ever done, including his work with Oasis) and the heavenly end-of-the-century track "The Private Psychedelic Reel" and the punkish Donna Summer tribute "Hey Boy Hey Girl".
It draws to a conclusion with only a dissappointing two tracks from last year's "Come With Us" (Star Guitar and The Test), arguably their most cohesive work since "Exit Planet Dust" and finishes off with two new tracks, the joyous religion-inspired Flaming Lips collaboration Golden Path and the rather less exciting Get Yourself High neither of which, while quality recordings in their own ways, add much to the Chemical sound which we haven't heard already.
All in all, this is a good story-so-far album, which may also serve as a fine introduction to the band for casual buyers.