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Sub Rosa Import

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  • Audio CD (29 Sept. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Polydor
  • ASIN: B0000AN1BL
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 509,725 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Been one of the seemingly very few Eagle Eye Cherry fans in the UK ever since 'Save Tonight' and perseverance has led me to this gem.
One of the very very few albums I've ever heard where I can honestly say that I like every single song. Whereas the other 2 albums had somewhat 'less catchy' songs on, this one never lets go from start to end. EEC has firmly cemented his place in the music hall of fame with this one. 'Skull Tattoo' and 'Feels so right' are the type of songs which put you in an instantly better mood.
An essential purchase even if it'll go nowhere near the charts...maybe thats a good thing????
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Although 'Save Tonight', gave Eagle Eye Cherry a huge hit and could have been one of the finest songs of the last decade, he never truly made it. The album that accompanied it, 'Desireless', named after his famous Jazz playing late-father's song, never really took off despite having another superb hit single in 'Falling In Love Again', and the album being a critical triumph. Perhaps it was a lack of promotion that never really let Eagle-Eye truly break through.
'Sub Rosa' comes on the back of Eagle-Eye's first real break in five years, following the hectic schedule that engulfed him after, 'Save Tonight'. By the time he'd finished extensive touring and releasing a futher album in 'Present/Future', which was disappointing both in the critical sense and sales, Eagle-Eye decided to relax and take in the world and what it had become in the time he spent not having the time to observe. So in 'Sub Rosa' Cherry offers 12 tracks of not just observations of how he sees the world, but he also gives, and for that matter retains, a personal collection of songs.
There are many sides to 'Sub Rosa': There's songs of much questioning, of optimism, of beautiful and unfortunate people, and thorough stories that contain a bit of them all. 'The Food Song', isn't as dumb as it sounds and is in actual fact a beautiful piece of questioning, including jealousy, of how the world is today, and 'How Come' follows along a similar line, of wondering why we are what we are. 'Twisted Games' offers two stories in one, interestingly, with the first verse telling of a child who becomes a pyromaniac, and the second telling of a boy who becomes obsessed with guns.
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If you're looking for something new to listen to try Eagle Eye Cherry's albums.
Great songs and wonderful voice and guitar playing.
Everyone will be aware of his 'hit' single 'Save Tonight'.
That was the first album I bought (Can't remember the album title), and is still the best in my opinion.
Pick up one of his albums and give your ears a treat.
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Presumably like many others, I got into Eagle-Eye Cherry from the song 'save tonight' and if this is the case I think you'll love this album. My favourite is track 5 "don't give up" which was great from exam revision times but track 1 rocks as fact they all do, they're fantastic. Perhaps not too many ones you want to listen over and over but plenty that you could listen to hundreds of times and still enjoy them...if that makes sense!
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HASH(0x909ed504) out of 5 stars He hasn't grown. 13 April 2005
By Eric Olsen - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Well, it looks like Eagle Eye Cherry is not planning on releasing his newest album in the US. Fortunately, if you go to [...] you can listen to real audio files of the new album. But, before you run off, don't expect much. Where "Desireless" gave us the jazz, fusion, pop melodies of Eagle Eye Cherry, his last two efforts have been relatively flat. Just like on "Present Future", there are some catchy tunes, but nothing groundbreaking. And it looks as if "Desireless" was a big hoax. An unrequited promise of what might have been. We at least have to wait another album to see, but with this latest release, it does not look like he may ever get there.
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HASH(0x9052e6b4) out of 5 stars Take Me To The Stew. 30 Sept. 2004
By Jason Stein - Published on
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Like Cherry's previous works "Desireless" (1998) and "Present/Future" (2001), "Sub Rosa" is a mixed bag. It has potential hit singles with "Skull Tattoo", "Don't Give Up", "Up To You", "How Come" and "Twisted Games", but it also has a large helping of average music--the rest of the album. This isn't to say that Cherry has lost anything from his debut, but only to suggest that he has difficulty differentiating one song from another. He still has room to grow as an artist, and, shamefully, the American record companies have shafted him (this album and his last one were released overseas first). If you liked his first two cds, there's a good chance you'll like "Sub Rosa" too. Pleasant and consistent, Cherry knows how to fuse modern rock, blues and r&b together like Sheryl Crow and Lenny Kravitz. He could stand to expand his musical palette, however, and what's interesting is that he utilized several different producers for "Sub Rosa", but the end result suggests that they did not have much influence over his musical vision. It will be interesting to see if Eagle Eye plays it safe or tries to experiment more like his sister, Neneh (when is she ever going to release a new cd???)
By Wilbur T. Isidore - Published on
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As an Eagle Eye Cherry fan, I found this CD delightful. I think it is his best yet, and it has left me wanting to hear more from him. A couple of the songs I have heard on his other CD but it is still very enjoyable.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x90a96c0c) out of 5 stars Great cd! 3 Nov. 2003
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
CD is not yet released in the U.S. but got hold of this new release now available in Asia. I have been playing this one over and over and it gets better every time!
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x90d436fc) out of 5 stars Sub Rosa ~ Eagle-Eye Cherry 18 Sept. 2005
By Bjorn Viberg - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Sub Rosa~ Eagle-Eye Cherry being the brother of Neneh Cherry (spelling?!) is a very good rock album with simple yet effective lyrics and vocals that work quite well. His dress is quite ok but it looks a bit like H&M and that is not a good idea since H&M means bland and uninspired. I like the cover photo but he would look even better if he combed his hair and wore a tie. The book-let is quite well done and photographs serve their purpose but the font is atrocious and that is a big minus. Even so this album gets 4 out of 5 stars and it is definetely not an album to be missed.
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