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  • Audio CD (10 Jun. 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Big Cat
  • ASIN: B000024WFF
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 284,680 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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What makes this album dissimilar to the other Raissa albums is the inclusion of a number of instrumental songs. It also includes early versions of Your Summertime and We Can't All Be Angels that might catch the attention of Raissa fans.

Ok here's a brief description of each track:

Track 1 The Beach
The Beach is one of my favourite Raissa songs just because it sounds so haunting and bizarre. It made me laugh right at the start when during the introduction a guy coughs and you hear Raissa saying quietly "Oh God!" What follows is a gorgeously crafted song with a chorus that sends shivers down my spine whenever I hear it. Moody distorted guitar licks, eerie strings and high pitched vocals from Raissa in the background really add to the strangeness. This is without a doubt my favourite song on the album. 9/10

Track 2 Summer Parade
This seems to be the song that birthed Give Me Strength on the Believer album. In my opinion this song is far superior because I found Give Me Strength just a little too disjointed and muddled. This song is quite catchy and has an upbeat feel about it. You'll hear a male voice join in whenever Raissa sings "And all the world is a summer parade" and because of this the song is unique. Even though it's so very brief it's interesting to hear this mini duet. 7/10

Track 3 Your Summertime
This is an early acoustic version and was finally released in a complete state on the Meantime album. It is a bit shorter than the Meantime version but just as pleasant to listen to. Because there is just an acoustic guitar in this version you can enjoy Raissa's voice as it soars through the higher parts of this lovely song. 8.
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really enjoyed this album....more in keeping with what i'm used to hearing from Raissa....nice to hear a few earlier versions of songs recorded on later albums
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